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5 Church Street, Bellingen NSW Australia.

We are open for breakfast, lunch & dinner 8am - 8pm, 7 Days | For bookings please phone 02 6655 0155


    Our Story

    The philosophy @ No.5 is simple – an open space where people from all walks of life can come together to share an experience – to enjoy being nourished – to leave feeling inspired.

    Everything that we do is directed toward communicating ideas about how we can create a more sustainable, open minded, ethical and responsible community.

    Our food is a vehicle to express how we feel – wholesome & artistic, colourful & creative – simple flavours with attention to the details.

    We use the best local, organic & bio-dynamic produce available & design our menu based upon the abundance of the season – the way it should be!!

    By supporting local growers we are not only promoting growth of the local economy, we are reducing transportation costs & unnecessary use of non-renewable energy, not to mention providing healthy & affordable food for our community – whilst tantalising your taste buds too!!

    Our goal is not only to support local, ecologically balanced farming practices, but to actively venture towards establishing a holistic model for a fully sustainable small business operation that supports all those involved – our guests, our suppliers, our workers & ultimately ourselves!

    Live music, movie nights, social events & community gatherings – there’s always something going on down @ No.5!

    We welcome you to come down & enjoy the space, we look forward to serving you soon!

  1. Live@No.5

    Beneath the mountains by the sea, the magical Bellinger valley rolls just off the beaten track between Sydney & Brisbane, approximately 4hrs north of Newcastle and 3hrs south of Byron making it the perfect stop off for artists travelling along the old east coast tour trail.

    No.5 has established a strong reputation for hosting intimate live performances, with the likes of Mama Kin, Saskwatch, Jack Carty, Jordie Lane, Deborah Connway, Megan Washington, Lanie lane & Katie Noonan all playing memorable sell out shows.

    • Friday 2nd June

      Sally & George from Nashville

      Bio: In the town where country music was born–where two states come together on one street–a spark lit and a duo was ignited. At the 2012 Bristol Rhythm and Roots Reunion, on the way to take the stage with his band, Sol Driven Train, guitarist/singer Joel Timmons found himself sidetracked by Della Mae, an all-female, GRAMMY-nominated bluegrass band. It was that group’s bass player, Shelby Means, who most captivated his attention. After a conversation at the merchandise table about their shared love of travel and music, two-years passed before Means and Timmons would reconnect. A bold love song led the way, and eventually a growing romance turned into the Nashville-based duo Sally & George and their debut album tip my heart.


      TIX $15

    • Saturday 3rd June

      Aine Tyrell

      “Soul, intelligence, wit and wisdom, history and mystery and a voice that brings it all together. Don’t miss her, for fear that you might miss the very thing you need.” – Shane Howard

      Like many Irish troubadours before her, there’s a great storytelling tradition at the heart of Áine Tyrrell’s music. Perhaps that’s one of the things, apart from her musicianship and an equally deft touch with a killer hook or a heartrending lament, which attracted the attention of celebrated Irish craftsman Glen Hansard.

      That’s the story that has unfolded in the latest chapter of Australia-based Irish singer Tyrrell’s extraordinary career, a beautiful meeting of like minds in which Tyrrell’s seductive, mournful voice, atop a stirring Celtic soul romp, is given a little extra finesse by her good friend Hansard on her new single Don’t Be Left Crying.

      Tyrrell, whose father Seán Tyrrell is one of Ireland’s most revered and enduring folk singers, first met Hansard 11 years ago when she was an aspiring young songwriter in Dublin and he was king of the walk in his band The Frames. Last year they met up again, this time in Australia during Hansard’s sold-out solo tour, where they hatched a plot to work together on Tyrrell’s upcoming EP, Fledgling Fall.

      The EP follows Tyrrell’s much-lauded debut album last year, Queen of Swords, which she recorded with producer Mark Stanley, another soul-mate of Hansard’s from Stanley’s days as drummer in Irish band, The Mary Janes. Together these three have crafted, in various combinations, the five songs that make up Fledgling Fall, including another Tyrrell-Hansard composition, the elegant yet seductively psychedelic folk song Burn Up Those Notes.

      “It has been such an amazing opportunity for me to work with one of my songwriting heroes,” says Tyrrell. “I have long admired not only his work, but his integrity and bigheartedness in all he does.”

      There’s no denying Tyrrell has a big heart as well. Three years ago, after a traumatic relationship break-up, the singer left home in Victoria with her three young children to travel across Australia in a newly acquired 1966 Bedford bus. Apart from this converted coach becoming the home in which the family now lives, it also carried the singer to shows and festivals all over the country and to the various locations where she and Stanley recorded Queen of Swords, including an underground cave in the South Australian mining town of Coober Pedy.

      Tyrrell’s passionate music draws from a number of styles and influences. Certainly traditional Irish folk is in her blood, but so too are elements of soul, country, and rock ‘n’ roll. Her upbringing in County Clare and in the United States (her mother is American) and her new-found love of Australia also means she is drawing from many cultures in her writing.

      “I think that has given me permission to break the rules,” she says. “I am so proud of the musical heritage I come from, but tradition in its essence sets up boundaries, expectations, and ingrained rules. I have learned to dip from that deep well, but I value the freedom I have to express it in my way.”

      2016 was a stellar year for Tyrrell. In addition to her massive touring schedule, she joined Paul Kelly, Shane Howard, Pauline Scanlon, Declan O’Rourke, John Spillane and her father on the national concert tour Exile, a line-up of outstanding Irish and Australian artists who came together for a celebration of Irish influence in Australia, creating a rich tapestry of stories, imagery and music. The southern hemisphere summer of 2016/17 saw Tyrrell perform successful headline tours around Australia as well as performing at Woodford Folk Festival, Adelaide Fringe, Mullum Music Festival, Cygnet Folk Festival and many others. She has earned the reputation of being an unmissable live act.

      This year she’s setting her sights further afield. Tyrrell plans to record her next album in Ireland, following the same principle she applied with Queen of Swords, travelling around the country, recording wherever the mood takes her and doing plenty of shows along the way.

      Before she does that Tyrrell will play a lightning tour of her favourite intimate venues around Australia to celebrate the release of Don’t Be Left Crying. Tyrrell’s incredible journey is one you’d be well advised to follow.


      $15 concession or $20 kids free

    • Friday 9th June




      Daniel Champagne is good. Very very good. You may already know this but if not it’s time to get on board with this astonishing talent. The Australian born, Nashville based singer/songwriter and one of a kind guitar virtuoso is about to release his first studio album in three years and perform an extensive list of Australian dates on what seems to be beginning to rival Bob Dylan in the never ending world tour stakes.

      By way of background the story goes that a five year old Daniel first picked up a guitar after being inspired by a musical father, wrote his first songs at twelve, trained classically throughout his teens and began playing anywhere and everywhere he could around the far south coast of New South Wales It was here that he began to hone the astonishing live show he is renowned for today.

      At eighteen Daniel left school, hit the road and hasn’t really stopped since. Really hasn’t stop and seems to rarely pause to draw breath. Subsequent years saw him tour endlessly around the world, playing some of the most renowned festivals and sharing stages with the likes of Lucinda Williams, Ani DiFranco, Rodrigo y Gabriella, The Waifs, Judy Collins, INXS, John Butler and KT Tunstall – all of this while writing, producing and independently releasing four albums and two EPs.

      In 2014 Daniel made the move to America, basing himself out of Nashville and beginning to spread his music to all corners of the country where he played night after night, city after city, forever expanding and developing his craft and skills and digging deeper into his life experience as a songwriter. The culmination of this range of experiences to date are the songs on ‘Fault Lines’

      Recorded over a two year period, in Nashville for the most part during rare breaks from his American tour schedule and some closer to home sessions in Melbourne and the South Coast of NSW – ‘Fault Lines’ sees the troubadour branch out from behind his well know solo guitar and voice styling’s to explore a much broader sonic landscape throughout the thirteen pieces.

      ‘I’d say it’s more like an extension of what I do rather than another side’ says Champagne of his new offering

      ‘I mean, I know a lot of people know me as the high energy guitar player and that element will always be there. I will always love interesting guitar playing as long at it serves the songs, which are what this album is all about because between what’s around me and what’s inside me there’s always so much to write about. I come across a lot of people and places touring this world non-stop and they all come with their own stories that can wind their way into song.

      ‘So on the album, there certainly are moments where it is just me and a guitar, as I am every night on stage but there are also some big rock songs and elaborate string arrangements and electric playing and piano and I really think it takes the listener on a journey both musically and lyrically and I’m excited to show everyone what we’ve done and hope they can find themselves somewhere inside the picture’





      ‘Fault Lines’ will be released worldwide on March 20 through his own label Nightingale Records’. Its unveiling will come on the eve of a North American tour that will play out before Daniel returns to his homeland for what will be his most extensive tour yet – forty shows from April to July taking him to all corners of Australia and surely confirming him as a leading light in acoustic music with a reputation for making festivals buzz, holding crowds in his palm, dropping jaws and breaking guitars wherever he goes.





      “The word Prodigy seems to entirely fall short of this soft-spoken young man’s skills, he coaxes sounds and melodies out of his instrument that literally drop jaws.” The Calgary Herald, CANADA


      “Today I saw the future of Folk – Festival goers flocking in their thousands towards the main stage to witness a young musical phenomenon from Australia dish out an absolute show-stopper.”

      The Firefly Column, USA


      “Daniel Champagne is a crossroads. Fusing the strong traditions of Blues, Folk and other roots art with pop showmanship and admirable lyrical ability. I firmly believe that he will become an ambassador for roots music in a time where it desperately needs representation.”

      The Indie Blender, CANADA


      “reinventing roots guitar”

      Rhythms Magazine, AUSTRALIA


      “Watching Daniel Champagne perform is a once in a lifetime experience. He is a true prodigy that plays like no one else could possibly play unless they spent at least two lifetimes studying the art.” BW Review, NEW ZEALAND


      ‘Daniel Champagne exudes a natural ease on stage, as he sings poignant lyrics and beautifully crafted melodies that invariably whisk the heart up with grand romanticism. Coupled with an exhilarating guitar talent that transcends mere acoustic playing to replicate a whole band, Champagne is just magical’ Themusic.com.au, AUSTRALIA

      TIX $15 pre/$20 from door

    • Saturday 10th June

      Soul Kindling

      3 piece Bellingen group Soul Kindling bringing melodic acoustic pop with an edge. Vocals/guitar – Nino birch, Bas/vocals – WiL Baker. Drums – Matt Sincock.


      Free Show

    • Sunday 11th June

      Winters End

      Australian Independent Music Award winners (2016) Winters End are the pioneers of the Cloud Pop genre which is best described as expansive, atmospheric sounds that fill every corner of a room, much like clouds fill up the sky. Formed in 2011 Winters End’s music has been described as dark, beautiful chords coupled with emotive vocals and expansive drumming. Back for their 4th national Australian tour Winters End are headed to Bellingen on their Warmer Winter Tour this June.


      TIX $5

    • Saturday 17th June

      Luke Vassella

      An inspirational performer from Lismore NSW, Luke’s triumphant ninth album ‘In a North Coast Town’ celebrates a love of people and places. Having also written a soundtrack to the gasfield free movement, he’s been described as ‘the true sound of the Northern Rivers'(Northern Rivers Echo, 23/6/16)

      Luke is well known on the NSW North Coast and beyond as an inspirational performer. Highly sought after as a weddings/function singer, Luke has released nine albums of his own material. He’s written many songs in support of a Gasfield Free Northern Rivers and won the ‘Australia’ category at the Australian Songwriter’s Association Awards 2013 with his protest song ‘The Mighty Dollar’. In 2010 he also won the ‘Australia’ and ‘Best Live Performance’ categories with his song ‘Lismore Girl’. Having played around 2000 gigs in Australia, Canada, Austria, Denmark, Sweden & Finland, he’s received eight NCEIA Dolphin Awards including Male Vocal of the year. Luke has produced several jingles and music for short films in his home studio, including the soundtrack to the influential 2013 documentary ‘Undermining Australia:Coal Vs Communities’.

      ‘In a North Coast Town’ is Luke Vassella’s triumphant ninth album, celebrating a love of people and places in Far North Coast NSW. This album is generous in its praise, yet bold in its honesty. It’s twelve tracks were recorded live in halls surrounding Lismore during February and March 2016. This record speaks to the heart of people from the North Coast and acknowledges a diverse spectrum of community, narrating tales of a summerland where the sun shines. These songs linger like incense,
      arousing the senses with affirmations of hope and faith, while bearing witness to the historical landscape.
      Sustained by a reputation for quality live performance, Vassella’s persistence as a songwriter is rewarded in this collection of insightful songs. He observes from a perspective that is unique yet familiar, offering a luminous vision of abundant life ‘In a North Coast Town’.

      “Vassella’s humility is clear, through his music and message he gently coaxes the listener into his world, laden with sympathy and real pain at the crossroads to which we have arrived in this country. The bottom line message is one of real simplicity. Do good, hurt not, be kind, speak up for those who cannot speak, champion the lost. Luke Vassella is one of these champions. He has a large following of diverse folk who feel the real truth in his music. It is not complicated- it is folk music in the true sense of the word. This is the music of the people, the music of the folk. If Paul Kelly had cut his teeth on the anti CSG blockades he could well be writing songs like Luke Vassella.” -‘The Mighty Dollar’ EP review by Nick Hanlon,Tweed Valley Weekly 11th Feb 2016

      ‘The true sound of the Northern Rivers’
      -Northern Rivers Echo, 23/6/16

      “‘In A North Coast Town’ captures the essence of country living. It’s as pure an Australian album as you can get: a singer, a guitar, and some great songs. If you ever travelled through or lived on the NSW North Coast, this album will resonate.”
      -Bernie Howitt, July 2016

      “If you can’t afford a holiday or a sea change, sit down with this album and soak up the atmosphere and pace of life on the North Coast.”
      -Steve Britt, Rhythms Magazine Sept/Oct 2016


      TIX $10

    • Friday 23rd June

      Honey & Knives

      Bellingen’s own Honey & Knives have been working hard to bring their second album to life… so hard in fact that they have spent all of their money in the process!! Rather than crowd-funding the album, the band have opted instead to assemble a crowd at No. 5 Church Street on 23 June and give them a night of rollicking good times in a one off gig with some very special guests. Adults $20 / kids $12 and album pre-sales welcome for those keen beans who really want to help us across the line. On your marks, get set : it’s Honey & Knives!!


      TIX $20 KIDS $12

    • Sunday 25th June


      Outfitted with members of Captain Dreamboat, Big Dead, and Moreton, among several other Brisbane bands, SOLS (or, some order of lost souls), is the composite of four longstanding musical commrades as they take time off from their usual musical duties to hit the road in a unique musical vehicle of their own. Bringing with them a rich pallet of eclecticism, the quartet celebrates the marrying of several genres and styles, amounting to a dynamically cinematic experience which explores many moods and atmospheres. Drawing on their combined interests in modern american music, world/folk music, futurism, improvisation, the digital world and the unknown, they aspire to create unique, exploratory musical installations with each individual performance. Being multi-instrumentalists, each member offers different contributions to the musical conversation;
      Lee Brackenborough (Moreton, Big Dead, Captain Dreamboat) – bass, keys, synths, sax, guitar
      Nathan Macgregor (Big Dead, Captain Dreamboat, HRBRT) – drums, synths, sequencers
      Robert Marsh (Steve Handly the Diplomat) – keys, drums, synths, guitar
      Trav Jenkins (Captain Dreamboat, One Dragon Two Dragon) – guitar, keys, bass, drums
      Originally founded in 2008 by Trav, SOLS has its roots in being an improvisatory vehicle for the exploration of world music styles. Travis, composing all the arrangements, assembled an ensemble that quickly grew to more than ten members. The group went on to perform at various music festivals including Ozprog and the 2high festival at the Brisbane Powerhouse. After a long hiatus, the SOLS repertoire has been revived, expanded and modernized with a more condensed and easer to mobilize ensemble.



    • Friday 30th June

      The Ahern Brothers

      Both highly respected solo artists and songwriters in their own right, Steve Grady and Josh Rennie-Hynes formed The Ahern Brothers after an impromptu trip to the United States in late 2016. After spending a few days in San Francisco, they packed the car and set off. For the next three weeks they travelled throughout Northern California and Oregon taking in national parks, small towns, cities and stories along the way, documenting the experience by writing an album’s worth of songs.

      “Steve and I hadn’t written anything together before, but as soon as we got to San Francisco we pulled out our guitars, and the songs just came pouring out,” Rennie-Hynes said. “We’d wake up, make a Coffee and work on writing a song for that day. At the end of three weeks, we had a bunch of material that we were so proud of.”

      Upon returning to Australia, they locked in studio time with renowned Melbourne Engineer and Producer, Roger Bergodaz, in his newly built Union St Studio. The album was tracked completely live over two days in mid-December of 2016. There was an emphasis placed on capturing the spirit and true performance of each song, with strictly no overdubs.

      “Working with Roger Bergodaz was crucial in bringing this record to life. He immediately understood what we wanted to capture with the sound and feel of these songs,” Grady says.

      Immediate comparisons to Simon and Garfunkel or The Everly Brothers in terms of storytelling and harmonies are to be expected – but this is an album that stands on its own. The singing and performances are world class, but freedom and playfulness are what make The Ahern Brothers incredibly refreshing. Organic, cohesive, pure and spacious, these are two incredibly talented young Songwriters who joined their skills to create the best songs they possibly could.

      Simply put: this is an album that needs to be heard.


      TIX $10+BF

    • Saturday 19th August

      Ed Kuepper

      The ARIA award winning solo artist and founder member of legendary 70’s proto-punk outfit The Saints and post-punk originals Laughing Clowns, will be bringing his one man request fest to both regional centres suburban centres this August.
      Initially performed in 2014, the ‘By Request’ shows have proved hugely popular, with Kuepper gladly accepting the invitation to tackle material from the aforementioned acts alongside various covers versions and material from Ed’s 40 albums strong solo career.
      “There was so much happening at this gig: the familial relationship between audience and musician – a room full of devotees who have been keenly following his career for years, if not decades – and the tales of broken bands, ex-collaborators and shitty Countdown experiences all simmered under the surface. I’ve never seen an audience so intimately engaged with a performer; it was honestly amazing. Kuepper, you have my heart.” – The Brag March 17, 2016


      TIX $25

    • Sunday 20th August

      Ed Kuepper

      The ARIA award winning solo artist and founder member of legendary 70’s proto-punk outfit The Saints and post-punk originals Laughing Clowns, will be bringing his one man request fest to both regional centres suburban centres this August.
      Initially performed in 2014, the ‘By Request’ shows have proved hugely popular, with Kuepper gladly accepting the invitation to tackle material from the aforementioned acts alongside various covers versions and material from Ed’s 40 albums strong solo career.
      “There was so much happening at this gig: the familial relationship between audience and musician – a room full of devotees who have been keenly following his career for years, if not decades – and the tales of broken bands, ex-collaborators and shitty Countdown experiences all simmered under the surface. I’ve never seen an audience so intimately engaged with a performer; it was honestly amazing. Kuepper, you have my heart.” – The Brag March 17, 2016


      Tix $25

    Beneath the mountains by the sea, the magical Bellinger valley rolls just off the beaten track between Sydney & Brisbane, approximately 4hrs north of Newcastle and 3hrs south of Byron making it the perfect stop off for artists travelling along the old east coast tour trail.

    No.5 has established a strong reputation for hosting intimate live performances, with the likes of Mama Kin, Saskwatch, Jack Carty, Jordie Lane, Deborah Connway, Megan Washington, Lanie lane & Katie Noonan all playing memorable sell out shows.

    • Friday 6th December

      Dustin Tebbut
    • Saturday 7th December

      Nice Verdes
    • Saturday 14th December

      Joni Mitchell Show
    • Sunday 15th December

    • Saturday 21st December

      Shaun Kirk
    • Friday 3rd January

      Hunt Brothers
    • Saturday 4th January

      Zoe Elliot
    • Friday 10th January

      Rizal Abdulhadi
    • Saturday 11th January

      Aubrey Auld
    • Thursday 16th January

      Jamie Hutchings
    • Friday 17th January

      Matt Henry, Brad Butcher & Jen Mize
    • Saturday 18th January

    • Friday 24th January

      Matt Wicking & D.A Calf
    • Saturday 25th January

      Kim Churchill
    • Sunday 26th January

      Hatz Fitz & Cara
    • Saturday 15th February

      Miss Renee Simone
    • Thursday 20th February

    • Friday 21st February

    • Friday 28th February

    • Thursday 6th March

      The London Klezmer Quartet
    • Saturday 8th March

    • Friday 14th March

    • Wednesday 19th March

    • Thursday 27th March

    • Friday 28th March

    • Saturday 29th March

    • Friday 4th April

      THE BEEZ
    • Saturday 5th April

    • Friday 18th April

    • Sunday 20th April

      The Bakers Digest
    • Saturday 3rd May

    • Saturday 10th May

    • Friday 16th May

      Twin Haus
    • Friday 23rd May

      Slow Turismo
    • Saturday 24th May

    • Friday 30th May

    • Saturday 31st May

      Kevin Bennett and Glen Hannah
    • Friday 6th June

      Ed Kuepper
    • Saturday 7th June

    • Saturday 14th June

      T.J.Quinton & Ahliya Kite
    • Friday 20th June

      Lucie Thorne
    • Saturday 21st June

      Beaten Bodies
    • Thursday 26th June

      Mustered Courage
    • Friday 27th June

      The Dead Setters
    • Thursday 10th July

      Justin Bernasconi
    • Friday 11th July

      The Yearlings
    • Sunday 13th July

      Little Bastard
    • Sunday 20th July

      Essie Thomas
    • Thursday 24th July

    • Friday 1st August

      JAY HOAD
    • Saturday 2nd August

      Tim ‘Tonic’ Hulsman
    • Saturday 9th August

      Melody Pool & Marlon Williams
    • Friday 15th August

    • Wednesday 20th August

      Vincent Cross
    • Thursday 21st August

      Mr Black and Blues
    • Friday 29th August

      Miriam Lieberman
    • Sunday 31st August

      Julia Henning
    • Saturday 13th September

      Katie Noonan
    • Thursday 18th September

      Maia Jelavic
    • Friday 3rd October

      Cat Canteri
    • Saturday 4th October

    • Sunday 5th October

      Luke Jon Shearer
    • Friday 10th October

      Brad Martin and Shaun Meehan
    • Saturday 11th October

      Lisa Richards and The Baker Suite
    • Wednesday 15th October

      The Grahams + Marcus Blake + Phil Smith
    • Friday 17th October

      All Our Exes Live in Texas
    • Thursday 23rd October

      Siskin River – ALBUM TOUR!
    • Friday 24th October

      James Bennett
    • Friday 31st October

      Yoyo Tuki
    • Saturday 1st November

      Starboard Cannons
    • Thursday 6th November

      We Two Theives
    • Friday 7th November

      We Two Theives – ENCORE!!
    • Saturday 8th November

    • Wednesday 12th November

      Hat Fitz & Cara “Do Tell” Tour
    • Friday 14th November

      Benjalu Winter Acustic tour with The Flumes
    • Friday 21st November

      Jack Carty
    • Wednesday 26th November

      Liz Stringer
    • Saturday 29th November

      Toni Swain
    • Monday 1st December

      MOVIE NIGHT @ NO 5 – Jim Henson’s LABYRINTH!!!
    • Friday 5th December

      Steve Tyson
    • Saturday 6th December

      Betty and Oswald
    • Monday 8th December

      FILM CLUB!! Screening – FRANK
    • Wednesday 10th December

    • Thursday 11th December

      David Flower and Caroline Trengove
    • Sunday 14th December

      Tora – Eat The Sun Tour
    • Monday 15th December

      No 5 Film Club presents – TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE!!
    • Thursday 18th December

      Steve Smyth
    • Friday 19th December

    • Saturday 20th December

      Darren Jack
    • Monday 22nd December

      FLIM CLUB PRESENTS – Bad Santa!!
    • Thursday 25th December

      – Christmas Day we are Closed –
    • Saturday 27th December

      Original Sin
    • Monday 29th December

    • Thursday 1st January

      – New Year’s Day we are closed –
    • Friday 2nd January

    • Friday 2nd January

      Jason Lowe
    • Saturday 3rd January

      Morgan Billygoat Tucker
    • Sunday 4th January

      The Brass Knuckle Brass Band
    • Friday 9th January

      Jenn Grant & The Starboard Cannons
    • Monday 12th January

    • Friday 16th January

      Steve Smyth
    • Monday 19th January

      Film Club Presents – WAKE IN FRIGHT!!
    • Friday 23rd January

      Dan Waters
    • Saturday 24th January

      Telegraph Tower
    • Sunday 25th January

      Daniel Champagne
    • Monday 26th January

    • Thursday 29th January

      Kava Kings
    • Friday 30th January

      Honey & Knives
    • Thursday 5th February

      I Sognaturi
    • Friday 6th February

      Grace Turner
    • Saturday 7th February

      Green Mohair Suits
    • Monday 9th February

      No 5 Film Club Presents – ERASERHEAD!!
    • Friday 13th February

      Den Hanrahan
    • Saturday 14th February

      Ed Wells w Benny Francis & Gina Balenzano
    • Friday 27th February

      Mr Cassidy w Andrew Morris
    • Saturday 28th February

    • Friday 6th March

      The London Klezmer Quartet
    • Saturday 7th March

      Kim Richey and Sarah Humphreys
    • Saturday 14th March

      Nick kingswell + alex gibson
    • Thursday 19th March

      dustin Thomas
    • Saturday 21st March

      The Beez
    • Saturday 28th March

    • Thursday 9th April

      Elwood Myre
    • Friday 10th April

    • Saturday 11th April

    • Friday 17th April

    • Saturday 18th April

    • Thursday 23rd April

      Betty & Oswald
    • Saturday 25th April

      Microwave Jenny
    • Thursday 30th April

      black bird hum
    • Friday 1st May

    • Saturday 2nd May

      Elana Stone
    • Friday 8th May

      The Flumes
    • Thursday 14th May

      The Silver Dollars
    • Friday 15th May

      willowy and direwolf
    • Thursday 21st May

      Sweet Lil Rider
    • Friday 22nd May

      Wes Carr presents “Here Comes The Sun” A Journey Through The Songs of George Harrison
    • Saturday 23rd May

    • Friday 29th May

      Fish On Fire
    • Saturday 30th May

      shake presents “BOOGIETRONIC”
    • Monday 8th June

    • Thursday 11th June

    • Friday 12th June

      Yhan Leal “Wilderness” Album Lauch
    • Saturday 13th June

      Harry Hookey & Matt Henry
    • Saturday 27th June

      Gavin Doniger is Mescalito Blues
    • Friday 3rd July

    • Saturday 4th July

    • Sunday 5th July

    • Thursday 9th July

      Jed Rowe & Alison Ferrier
    • Friday 17th July

      Brendan Gallagher
    • Saturday 18th July

      Harry Jakamarra
    • Friday 24th July

      Jimi Beavis and Paul Renton
    • Saturday 25th July

      Mick Daley, Jimmy Dowling and Den Hanrahan
    • Friday 31st July

      Starboard Cannons
    • Friday 14th August

      George Washingmachine’s Gypsy 5
    • Saturday 15th August

      shake presents : COSMIK
    • Friday 21st August

      Nova and the Experience
    • Thursday 27th August

    • Friday 28th August

      The Escalators
    • Saturday 5th September

    • Tuesday 8th September

      Megan washington
    • Wednesday 16th September

      megan washington 2nd show!!
    • Friday 18th September

    • Saturday 19th September

      Jason Lowe
    • Thursday 24th September

      The Rockabilly Women Show
    • Saturday 26th September

      Dave Garnham and Leo Rondeau (USA)
    • Friday 2nd October

      Honey & Knives
    • Saturday 3rd October

    • Wednesday 7th October

    • Thursday 8th October

      Brad Butcher
    • Saturday 10th October

      shake presents SAFARI $15
    • Friday 16th October

      Ed Kuepper
    • Saturday 17th October

      Angus Gill & Harley Coleman
    • Friday 30th October

      Jodi Martin
    • Saturday 31st October

    • Friday 6th November

      Mark Lucas
    • Saturday 7th November

      Rick Price
    • Friday 13th November

      Victoriana Gaye
    • Saturday 14th November

      Jojo Smith
    • Thursday 19th November

      Loren Kate EP Launch
    • Friday 20th November

      Áine Tyrrell Album Launch Tour
    • Friday 27th November

      Soda Eaves
    • Saturday 28th November

      Sye McRitchie
    • Friday 4th December

      The Cope Street Parade
    • Saturday 12th December

      The Morrisons ‘Single Launch’
    • Friday 18th December

      Honey & Knives
    • Saturday 19th December

      BUNYA – Return Of The Bunyi
    • Wednesday 6th January

    • Thursday 7th January

      Men From Earth
    • Saturday 9th January

      Irish Mythen
    • Saturday 16th January

      The Zap Show
    • Friday 22nd January

      Jack Tully Show + FREE Album
    • Friday 29th January

      Baltic Bar Mitzvah
    • Saturday 30th January

    • Thursday 4th February

      Elwood Myre
    • Friday 5th February

      Dried Spider
    • Thursday 11th February

      Collingwood Casanovas
    • Friday 12th February

      The Yearlings
    • Thursday 18th February

      Ziggy Alberts ( exclusive show )
    • Friday 19th February

      Lucie Thorn and Hamish Stuart
    • Saturday 20th February

      Bethanie Jolly
    • Friday 4th March

      Geoff Turnbull “Alive In The Madhouse: Tour
    • Saturday 5th March

      Raku O’Gaia
    • Sunday 6th March

    • Thursday 10th March

      Shaun Kirk 10th March $10
    • Saturday 12th March

      Mark Lucas & the Dead Setters
    • Wednesday 16th March

      Hat Fitz & Cara
    • Friday 18th March

      Samuel Dobson & Anatole
    • Saturday 19th March

    • Friday 25th March

      The Bean Project
    • Thursday 31st March

      The East Pointers & The Mae Trio
    • Saturday 2nd April

      Mick Daley and Pete Bufo Tix $15
    • Wednesday 6th April

      Vanuatu Women’s Water Film screening and presentation. Gold coin entry
    • Friday 8th April

      Miriam Lieberman Tix $25 /$20 concession
    • Saturday 9th April

      Sian Evans & Nicole Brophy
    • Thursday 14th April

      Oh Pep!
    • Saturday 16th April

      Bethanie Jolly
    • Friday 22nd April

      Joe Mungovan Tix $10
    • Saturday 23rd April

      Devon Sproule (USA)
    • Friday 29th April

    • Saturday 30th April

    • Friday 6th May

      Croft and Dolben
    • Saturday 7th May

      Claire Anne Taylor
    • Friday 13th May

    • Saturday 14th May

      Yhan Leal , Marcus Blacke & Kiara Jack
    • Friday 20th May

      Tara Carragher Tix $10
    • Friday 27th May

      Mat McHugh “SOLO”
    • Sunday 29th May

      Mark Wilkinson $30 tix or $35 thru door
    • Saturday 4th June

      Darren Jack “Solo”
    • Sunday 5th June

      Skycraper Stan
    • Friday 17th June

      Reilly Fitzalan Show
    • Saturday 18th June

      Geoff Turnbull “Alive In The Madhouse “
    • Saturday 25th June

      Mitch Power & Tom Dockray
    • Friday 1st July

      Baltic Bar Mitzvah
    • Saturday 2nd July

      The Weeping Willows
    • Friday 15th July

      Vanishing Shapes
    • Saturday 23rd July

      Jason Lowe
    • Saturday 6th August

      Peta Pomerenke & Petal and Peace
    • Friday 12th August

      Benny Fowler and George Bishop
    • Saturday 13th August

      Joe Newton
    • Thursday 18th August

      Bernard Kelly-Edwards presents Warrungaam Miindi ( Freshwater God )
    • Friday 19th August

    • Saturday 20th August

      Dom Kelly
    • Friday 26th August

    • Saturday 27th August

      Shellie Morris ‘POSTPONED’
    • Saturday 27th August

      Little Betty
    • Friday 2nd September

      Walrus and the Carpenter
    • Saturday 3rd September

      Caiti Baker
    • Friday 9th September

      Grizzlee Train
    • Saturday 10th September

      Rory Ellis
    • Friday 16th September

      Bohemian Nights
    • Saturday 17th September

      Marie Wilson “CANCELLED”
    • Friday 23rd September

      The Willie Wagtails
    • Saturday 24th September

      Tom Lee-Richards
    • Thursday 29th September

      Joe Mungoven
    • Saturday 8th October

      Irish Mythen
    • Friday 14th October

      Kiara Jack Trio + Yhan Leal
    • Thursday 20th October

      Haywood Billy Goats
    • Friday 21st October

      Melody Pool
    • Saturday 29th October

      Peter L Barry & Pablo Blizter
    • Friday 4th November

      Aleyce Simmonds & Tori Forsyth
    • Saturday 5th November

      Henry Wagons with special guest Lachlan Bryan
    • Friday 11th November

      Fish On Fire
    • Saturday 12th November

      YESHE — Woven EP launch tour
    • Friday 18th November

      Nick Murray
    • Saturday 19th November

      Josh Rawiri
    • Friday 25th November

    • Saturday 26th November

      Croft and Dolben
    • Saturday 3rd December

      Mimosa Duo
    • Sunday 4th December

      All Age Open Stage – Free Event
    • Friday 9th December

      Bellingen Stands with Standing Rock
    • Saturday 10th December

      The Cope Street Parade
    • Friday 16th December

      Papa Richie $Free
    • Saturday 17th December

      Little Betty
    • Friday 23rd December

      Nino Birch $Free
    • Thursday 5th January

      Mat McHugh
    • Friday 6th January

      Vanishing Shapes
    • Friday 13th January

      Mitch King
    • Saturday 14th January

      The Jug Addicts
    • Wednesday 18th January

      Four Winds
    • Friday 20th January

      Crazy Old Maurice
    • Friday 27th January

      The Bean Project
    • Saturday 28th January

      Nicole Brophy
    • Friday 3rd February

      KIM Churchill – The Raw Files Tour SOLD OUT
    • Saturday 4th February

    • Tuesday 7th February

      One Drum Road Trip Screening
    • Friday 10th February

      Tommy Castles
    • Saturday 11th February

      Nell Greco and Gadjo Guitars Show
    • Tuesday 14th February

      London Klezmer Quartet
    • Saturday 18th February

      Peter L Barry
    • Sunday 19th February

    • Friday 24th February

      Jack Carty SOLD OUT
    • Thursday 9th March

      Scott Cook
    • Friday 17th March

      Victoriana Gaye $FREE
    • Friday 17th March

      Shelly Morris
    • Saturday 18th March

      Shelly Morris
    • Friday 24th March

      The Morrisons
    • Saturday 1st April

    • Sunday 2nd April

      Robbie Boyd
    • Thursday 6th April

    • Saturday 8th April

      Dustin Thomas
    • Sunday 9th April

      All Age Open Stage – Free Event
    • Friday 14th April

      The Tambourine Girls
    • Thursday 20th April

      Fiona Boyes
    • Saturday 22nd April

      Tom Lee-Richards Single Launch
    • Monday 24th April

    • Saturday 29th April

      The Escalators
    • Friday 5th May

      James Bennett
    • Saturday 6th May

      Joe Newton
    • Thursday 11th May

      Afro Moses “Spirit of Bob Marley”
    • Friday 12th May

      Bob Evans
    • Saturday 13th May

    • Friday 19th May

      An Evening with BKE
    • Saturday 20th May

      Dan Southward
    • Sunday 21st May

      Jeff Lang
    • Thursday 25th May

      The Ollie McGill Trio
    • Friday 26th May

      Rory Ellis
    • Saturday 27th May


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