LOCAL guitarist/singer/songwriter Heath Cullen and his band, Restless on the Farm, will play the Quaama Hall to see in the new year.
The party starts at 7pm on Tuesday with local bands on the verandah.
Loll about on a rug on the lawn, bring-a-plate, BYO dinner, then move inside at 9.30pm for the dancing.
Tea, coffee and soft drinks will be available.
The band (Cullen, Matt Nightingale on bass, drummer Dave Hibbert and guitarist Michael Menager) will intersperse dance covers with original songs from Cullen’s albums.
Tickets are $10 at the door, accompanied kids under 16 are free.
The dress theme is “Bogan Glam!” So polish off those white shoes and belts, iron your tightest black jeans (guys) and your shortest denim skirts (gals).
If you haven’t yet heard Cullen, here’s an idea of what you’ll be treated to - from Rhythms Magazine after a recent Melbourne performance:
"There’s something about Cullen. Something absorbing. That whole tall, dark and handsome stranger get-up and princely stage presence he exudes leaves punters’ eyes following him about the raised Northcote platform wherever he moves. And the show is suave and captivating...that proves once more the integrity and musical bones that reverberate throughout Cullen. The gent is a genuine troubadour".
This will be a great night’s entertainment, a fun way to see in 2014 in Quaama.
MEANWHILE, DJ Matt will have the beats pumping at the Commercial Hotel in Bega on Tuesday night.
DJ Matt will begin his set at 9pm, with the Commercial extending its hours for New Year’s Eve.
DJ Matt has played at a few Foreshore festivals and has fronted for Havana Brown.