Country music legends James Blundell and Sara Storer will headline a major benefit concert at Cudgewa in the wake of the bushfire crisis. They will be supported by popular locals Red Belly Black, Danny Phegan, Adam Crossman, Jammed Up, Phil Holmes, Lion Bear, Nathan Vaccaro, Adrian Clark, Emma Black, Left Arm Orthodox and Lazy Harry. The weekend-long event includes music, markets, auctions, food and children's activities. Concert from 11am both days.
I LOVE LUCY
Melbourne-based comedian Judith Lucy will bring her show Judith Lucy Vs Men to the Border. Having already toured the capital cities, Lucy wanted to bring the show to a regional audience. Based around being single again at 51, Lucy said she wanted a second opinion on her dating game. Among exploring stereotypes and her own desires, Lucy will recount her full history with the opposite sex and leave it up to the audience to determine whether she should ever date again. No pressure, Albury!
Appetite for Destruction, Saturday, February 29, SS&A Albury, 9pm
Appetite for Destruction was one of the most influential albums of the late 1980s and early 1990s. For the five members of this tribute show, it was this album that helped define their own musical careers. Each member of Appetite for Destruction - the Guns N' Roses Tribute Show has spent many years touring and playing in the live music scenes.
A lap of honour by volunteer firefighters and a major fundraising effort will be the main focus of the Collingwood and Richmond preseason match. More than 300 CFA members take to the field for the pre-game lap.
Since 1983 the National Photography Prize has run biennially. It's Australia's longest-running acquisitive photographic award, now in its 15th presentation. The exhibition runs until May 31. The prize will be announced on May 1.
Fundraising Concert for Corowa Rural Fire Service, Corowa Memorial Hall, Sunday, March 1, 2pm
St John's Anglican Church and Corowa Sing Australia will host a concert to raise much-needed funds for the Corowa Rural Fire Service. Entertainment by Sing Australia and Border musicians. Come along for the concert and a sing-a-long.
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