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Now this is a real country feel NYE – think hay bales, call dancing, strings of lights, southern fried chicken and wide-brim hats!

Featuring Thrillbilly Stomp from 7pm with their usual country folk covers and originals, along with some dance calling…you know the type ‘take your partner by the hand’…

And then from 10pm Glen Massey and the Thread. Their sound is country, classics and rock, and if it’s the smooth grooves you are into, this is the way to bring your 2014 in!

Entry includes a Farmhouse Feast: two courses (mains and dessert) for $55 pp from 7pm – bookings essential. Plus, a bar snack menu will be available until late – no bookings required.

Courtesy bus available to drop home in the local area.

 

Find this and many other great gigs in Echonetdaily’s North Coast Gig Guide.

 


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