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Mackay Daily Mercury

Thursday

Federal Hotel: Reid Hall

Post Office Hotel: Broncs Karaoke

Criterion Hotel: Urban Playground - free entry

Carriers Arms: Free Peoples Poker

Hervey Bay Boat Club: Jon Vea Vea, noon; Kick Ass Karaoke, 8pm

Smokey Joes Cafe at Ramada Hervey Bay: Frank Benn

 

Friday

Federal Hotel: Sam

Criterion Hotel: Luke Stanley

The Bayswater: Dogwood Crossing, 7.30-11.30pm

Maryborough RSL: Ear Candy, 7-11pm

Carriers Arms: Skullduggery

Maryborough Cricket Club: All Fired Up Karaoke, 7.30pm

Hervey Bay Boat Club: Jon Vea Vea, noon; Richards Rock'n' On, 5.30pm; Velvet Kiss, 8pm

Hervey Bay RSL: Radio Star

Hoolihans: Old Man Young Man

 

Saturday

Federal Hotel: Jim Danniels

Criterion Hotel: James Ferrier; Rave Radio

The Bayswater: Matt Philips, 7.30-11.30pm

Maryborough RSL: Kool Tones 60s show, 8am to noon

Carriers Arms: Ian Murray Trio; Lexicon

Hervey Bay Boat Club: Trevor Judge, 4.30pm; Lipz, 8pm

Hervey Bay RSL: Red Betty

Hoolihans: Uncle Arthur

Smokey Joes Cafe at Ramada Hervey Bay: Keaton McNeil

Royal Hotel Tiaro: Steve Angoorly, with classic rock, blues and country, from 6pm-late

 

Sunday

The Bayswater: Luke Stanley, 2-6pm; Family fun day with face painting and kids disco, 12-2pm

Hervey Bay Boat Club: Lipz, 1pm; Buddy and Roy, 6pm

 

Tuesday

Hervey Bay Boat Club: Trevor Judge, noon

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