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Fraser Coast's gig guide

Local Jenny Podd enjoys the company and support given from both Guy and Joan Scheerlinck of Caboolture at the Hervey Bay Boat Club.
Local Jenny Podd enjoys the company and support given from both Guy and Joan Scheerlinck of Caboolture at the Hervey Bay Boat Club. Jodie Kirkwood

LOOKING for a night out? Check out the gigs happening on the Fraser Coast.

 

Thursday

Post Office Hotel: Broncs Karaoke

Maryborough Sports Club: Perry O, 6pm

 

Friday

Federal Hotel: Kev Gray

Maryborough Cricket Club: Karaoke

Kondari Hotel: NPL Poker

Maryborough RSL Club: Wayne Nettle

The Bayswater: Phil Morgan

Post Office Hotel: Mark Easton

Criterion Hotel: Dogwood Crossing

Maryborough Sports Club: Perry O, 7.30pm

Maryborough Cricket Club: Karaoke For Kash competition, 7.30pm

Hervey Bay Boat Club: Trevor Judge, noon, 5.30pm and 8pm

Hoolihans: Hooligans

Hervey Bay RSL: Dr Ego

 

Saturday

Federal Hotel: Jim Danniels

Kondari Hotel: Karaoke

Maryborough RSL Club: A 2 Zed

Royal Hotel Tiaro: Monster Christmas live music jam, 3pm

The Bayswater: Red Betty

Criterion Hotel: Mick Gibson

Maryborough Sports Club: Old 45's, 7.30pm

Hervey Bay Boat Club: Trevor Judge, 4.30pm, 8pm; Buddy and Roy, 6pm

Hoolihans: Dr Ego

Hervey Bay RSL: Quando

 

Sunday

Theebine Hotel: Fiddle Me Please, noon

The Bayswater: Chukale

Criterion Hotel: Mick Gibson

 

Wednesday

Kondari Hotel: Trivia Night, 7pm

Ramada's Smokey Joe's Cafe: All Fired Up Karaoke, 6.30pm

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