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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

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    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.

    • Sunday 5th March

      All Age Open Stage $free

      This will be a monthly opportunity to perform on stage.
      Including music, poetry, readings, skits or comedy.
      This event is FREE and open to the community. All ages are welcome and encouraged to perform.

      Performers begin signing in at 4pm, wind up 7pm.
      Performance times generally 15 minutes

      Teachers welcome to present students.
      for more info, please call 0431 473 498 or email coolmusic@westnet.com.au

    • Thursday 9th March

      Scott Cook

      A roots balladeer with a rare personal warmth, Canada’s Scott Cook has distilled the stories collected over a decade of near-incessant touring across Canada, the USA, Europe, Asia, and Australia into straight-talking, keenly observant verse. His fourth release, One More Time Around, was nominated for a Canadian Folk Music Award, and its opening track “Pass It Along” won the Folk and Acoustic category in the 2013 UK Songwriting Contest, with UK magazine Maverick Country naming him “one of Canada’s most inspiring and imaginative storytellers”. Scott has already completed three tours of Australia, including talked-about performances at Woodford, Cobargo, Candelo, Newstead, Illawarra, and Yackandandah folk festivals. This year he’s returning with his acoustic trio the Second Chances (Bramwell Park on banjo, mandolin, guitar and harmony vocals, and Melissa Walker on upright bass and harmonies) in support of their 2017 album Further Down the Line. Cook is one of the hardest-working troubadours on the road today, averaging over 160 shows and a dozen festivals every year since 2007. All the hard miles notwithstanding, he still believes that songs can change your life, and your life can change the world.
      “Scott Cook has distilled his travels down into songs powered by a sharp eye for imagery, a healthy dose of humanity, and that unforgettable voice, that at the same time intones the rigors of the road and the most comfortable couch you have ever slept on.” -David Francey, 3x Juno-winning Canadian songwriter
      “There’s nothing flash about Canada’s Cook. He sings his heart and soul, and in doing so lets light flood into your own… He has a good eye for imagery, a gentle human touch, a wry sense of humour, a whole lot of integrity, a warm, rugged voice and a bunch of memorable lines… Truly one of Woody Guthrie’s children.” -David Burke, R2 Magazine

       

      TIX $15

    • Friday 17th March

      Victoriana Gaye $FREE

      Victoriana Gaye are returning to 5 Church street once again, this time to tour their brand new release “The Freest of the Free”.
      Recorded in the hills above Mullumbimby in the Winter of 2016. Songs about Love, flood babies, finding your own true gang and the inherited weight of the future of our planet.
      Freest of the Free see’s Victoriana Gaye taking a completely different approach. Acoustic guitar, electric guitar, trumpet and shared lead-harmony singing are still the backbone of the Victoriana Gaye sound, but add to this, for the first time, the Northern Rivers rhythm section of Dave Sanders on drums and Thierry Fossemalle on bass and the production of Christian Pyle, the net result is something real and true. The album is available on Bandcamp or direct from their gigs.
      Vicki and Jeff write all the songs together and cite their influences as jazz, classic movie soundtracks, psychedelia and their own blend of indie/folk/rock.

      Vicki Gaye Philipp and Jeff Raglus come from Aireys Inlet on the South West coast of Victoria and have packed a lot into the 8 years since they formed. Recording 5 albums, ‘Five Songs’, ‘Our Pleasure’, ‘Holy Roll’ ,’Red Moon Ray’ and now ‘The Freest of the Free’. They have played their original tunes at festivals and venues in The UK, Europe, Japan, New Caledonia and continue to tour around Australia.

      http://www.victorianagaye.com/
    • Friday 17th March

      Shelly Morris

      2014 NT Australian of the Year and NAIDOC Artist of the Year, Shellie Morris is one of Australia’s finest singer songwriters.
      Her voice and heart-felt music has seen her grace stages from the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow in 2014, the Sydney Opera House, to the Vancouver Winter Olympics and the Skirball Centre in New York.
      In 2014, she performed at Showcase Scotland, MIDEM in France, WOMAD NZ, The Queen’s Baton and toured China.
      Shellie has featured with award-winning Black Arm Band, has collaborated with Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and was a composer of Prison Songs – a musical film with Casey Bennetto (Paul Keating the Musical) which is doing the international film festival rounds.
      Shellie has worked with more than 40 remote communities throughout her career, performing singer-songwriter workshops and learning different First Nations Australian languages and styles.
      As an Ambassador for the Fred Hollows Foundation she has helped raised awareness of eye health and healthy lifestyles for the organisation and assisted its fund-raising.
      In 2009 she travelled with Brazilian legend Gilberto Gil through different communities collaborating with musicians along the way as he featured in a documentary that tracked his journey.
      Her own recordings are Shellie Morris, Waiting Road, Cloud 9. She is featured on Black Arm Band’s Murundakand Hidden Republic amongst others.
      From her work on the big stages with John Cale, Sinead O’Connor and Gurrumul Yunupingu to sitting round a campfire with a guitar, her music speaks of shared experience and backgrounds.
      Shellie won the 2012 national Music in Communities Award from the Music Council of Australia. She is a two-time winner of Female Musician of the Year at the NT Indigenous Music Awards and her language album Ngambala Wifi Li-Wunungu (Together We Are Strong) created with the Borroloola Songwomen won 2012 and 2013 National Indigenous Music Awards.
      In 2013, Shellie won a Deadly Award for her community commitment.

      Shellie Morris has spent the past 25 years honing her skills as a story teller and musician. She has learnt from communities around the world and worked with them engaging in music as a healing tool.
      She imparts the importance of having a voice and that each individual is important whether she is in the desert or the city.
      While she has been in the spotlight over the years for her involvement with Black Arm Band, Deadly awards, ARIA nominations, Music Australia award, NAIDOC Award, G.R. Burarrawanga Memorial Award and Australian of the Year award; by and large, she works on the ground empowering and gently effecting change.
      Since discovering her Warduman and Yanyuwa roots, she has tirelessly worked to improve the lives of Indigenous Australians, especially in the Northern Territory.
      She is the 2014 NT Australian of the Year, the 2014 NAIDOC National Artist of the Year, a multi Deadly Award winner and a driving force of the acclaimed album Ngambala Wiji li-Wunungu and the internationally award-winning musical documentary Prison Songs.
      The documentary has won film and humanitarian awards around the world and is nominated for five AACTA awards (including best sound and score), ATOM Awards – Best Indigenous Resource and a Walkley Documentary Award to name a few.
      She has worked with numerous organisations using music as a healing tool and also as an educational tool, highlighting in subtle but powerful ways the importance of numeracy, literacy and education as a whole. Her power to impact lies in her ability to make these learnings relevant to the country, place and language of the land and individuals she is working with. People are engaged because they are invited, feel included, have ownership and the process and end product is meaningful to their lives in very relevant ways.
      Shellie has worked in more than 80 remote and urban Indigenous communities delivering music workshops in songwriting, singing, arranging, composing and performance to Indigenous children, young people, adults and elders from Cape York in Far North Queensland to Tasmania, from Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory to the Pitjantjatjara lands of South Australia and from the Kimberley region to the Ngaanyatjarra lands in Western Australia.

      TIX $15

    • Saturday 18th March

      Shelly Morris

      2014 NT Australian of the Year and NAIDOC Artist of the Year, Shellie Morris is one of Australia’s finest singer songwriters.
      Her voice and heart-felt music has seen her grace stages from the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow in 2014, the Sydney Opera House, to the Vancouver Winter Olympics and the Skirball Centre in New York.
      In 2014, she performed at Showcase Scotland, MIDEM in France, WOMAD NZ, The Queen’s Baton and toured China.
      Shellie has featured with award-winning Black Arm Band, has collaborated with Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and was a composer of Prison Songs – a musical film with Casey Bennetto (Paul Keating the Musical) which is doing the international film festival rounds.
      Shellie has worked with more than 40 remote communities throughout her career, performing singer-songwriter workshops and learning different First Nations Australian languages and styles.
      As an Ambassador for the Fred Hollows Foundation she has helped raised awareness of eye health and healthy lifestyles for the organisation and assisted its fund-raising.
      In 2009 she travelled with Brazilian legend Gilberto Gil through different communities collaborating with musicians along the way as he featured in a documentary that tracked his journey.
      Her own recordings are Shellie Morris, Waiting Road, Cloud 9. She is featured on Black Arm Band’s Murundakand Hidden Republic amongst others.
      From her work on the big stages with John Cale, Sinead O’Connor and Gurrumul Yunupingu to sitting round a campfire with a guitar, her music speaks of shared experience and backgrounds.
      Shellie won the 2012 national Music in Communities Award from the Music Council of Australia. She is a two-time winner of Female Musician of the Year at the NT Indigenous Music Awards and her language album Ngambala Wifi Li-Wunungu (Together We Are Strong) created with the Borroloola Songwomen won 2012 and 2013 National Indigenous Music Awards.
      In 2013, Shellie won a Deadly Award for her community commitment.

      Shellie Morris has spent the past 25 years honing her skills as a story teller and musician. She has learnt from communities around the world and worked with them engaging in music as a healing tool.
      She imparts the importance of having a voice and that each individual is important whether she is in the desert or the city.
      While she has been in the spotlight over the years for her involvement with Black Arm Band, Deadly awards, ARIA nominations, Music Australia award, NAIDOC Award, G.R. Burarrawanga Memorial Award and Australian of the Year award; by and large, she works on the ground empowering and gently effecting change.
      Since discovering her Warduman and Yanyuwa roots, she has tirelessly worked to improve the lives of Indigenous Australians, especially in the Northern Territory.
      She is the 2014 NT Australian of the Year, the 2014 NAIDOC National Artist of the Year, a multi Deadly Award winner and a driving force of the acclaimed album Ngambala Wiji li-Wunungu and the internationally award-winning musical documentary Prison Songs.
      The documentary has won film and humanitarian awards around the world and is nominated for five AACTA awards (including best sound and score), ATOM Awards – Best Indigenous Resource and a Walkley Documentary Award to name a few.
      She has worked with numerous organisations using music as a healing tool and also as an educational tool, highlighting in subtle but powerful ways the importance of numeracy, literacy and education as a whole. Her power to impact lies in her ability to make these learnings relevant to the country, place and language of the land and individuals she is working with. People are engaged because they are invited, feel included, have ownership and the process and end product is meaningful to their lives in very relevant ways.
      Shellie has worked in more than 80 remote and urban Indigenous communities delivering music workshops in songwriting, singing, arranging, composing and performance to Indigenous children, young people, adults and elders from Cape York in Far North Queensland to Tasmania, from Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory to the Pitjantjatjara lands of South Australia and from the Kimberley region to the Ngaanyatjarra lands in Western Australia.

      TIX $15

    • Friday 24th March

      The Morrisons

      Sydney is not known for its fireflies – just as the Appalachian hill-country of Virginia, Kentucky and East Tennessee is not known for its picturesque sandstone harbours. But, as anyone familiar with the dun bushland quarters of the city’s hinterland knows, there are fireflies here – just as there are local pickers seized of all the spirit and fervour of those most enduring musical traditions of the American South. Sydney’s own The Morrisons are just such a band of peerless pickers: musicians possessed of ancient and unsleeping fire tempered and refined by conservatory education and grown warm and nourishing with closeness.

      Winners of the Australian Songwriters Association’s 2014 Acoustic/Folk Song of the Year, The Morrisons compound a singularly intoxicating formula, imbuing original songs that tell essentially, stirringly Australian stories with all the timeless soul and rousing intensity of the American roots canon – spanning bluegrass, Americana, country and folk with fluidic ease.

      The Morrisons have appeared at Port Fairy Folk Festival, The National, Out On The Weekend, Secret Garden, Blue Mountains Music Festival and countless others, and have supported the likes of US trad. soul luminaries Lake Street Dive, Canadian alt. country icon Lindi Ortega, and fast-rising weird-country star Marlon Williams (NZ).

      Cementing their place at the forefront of the local scene, The Morrisons spearheaded Sydney’s wildly popular Country & Inner Western fixture – presented by Lost Highway Australia – hosting such internationally acclaimed artists as Shane Nicholson, Emma Swift and Catherine Britt. The Morrisons’ own Man of Constant Sorrow: A Tribute to the Music of O Brother, Where Art Thou? showcase has sold out two years in a row (and counting), receiving marquee billing at the 2016 Spectrum Now and Vivid Festivals and featuring performances from Sydney mainstays including Ngaiire, All Our Exes Live In Texas and Brian Campeau. On top of which, The Morrisons have long enjoyed regular rotation on both ABC Radio and Sydney tastemakers FBi. (Gareth Hipwell, 2017)

      Tracked at Sydney’s industry-leading Free Energy Device Studios, the album was produced by analogue and retro-specialist Richie Belkner (Jack Ladder, Sarah Blasko), and features guest performances from Georgia Mooney (All Our Exes Live In Texas) and Matt Mason (DMA’s)

      It’s an album abrim with illuminating stories of Australia and of us: paeans to the wide brown land in all its sudden and unrivalled beauty spun in the silken web that is The Morrisons’ preternaturally close four-part harmony, clustered close together, vibrating to a tune that lives and breathes only when they are in company and concert.

      Tix $20

      www.facebook.com/TheMorrisonsAustralia
    • Saturday 1st April

      Hinterlandt

      Sydney indie-chamber group Hinterlandt presents its brand new album ‘Ode to Doubt’. Released in 2017 by indie-prog label, Art as Catharsis, ‘Ode to Doubt’ celebrates the notion of doubt as a healthy basis for critical thinking. The album was conceived as one piece of purely acoustic music spanning 40 minutes across seven movements. Three fine vocal duets are embedded in the otherwise instrumental composition. Music and words written and arranged specifically for this ensemble by German-born musician and composer, Jochen Gutsch. The full ‘Ode to Doubt’ set was first presented at Mona Foma festival in Hobart in January 2017.
      Stylistically, the music of Hinterlandt is diverse and progressive, with a narrative and engaging quality. On stage and in recordings, Hinterlandt has taken on a variety of shapes and colours, with this most recent incarnation featuring violins, cello, trumpet, guitar, piano, some vocals and several percussion instruments. Hinterlandt has performed internationally, including shows in London, Berlin, Bangkok, Melbourne, Hamburg, Jakarta, Helsinki, Kuala Lumpur, Cologne, Singapore, Rome, Amsterdam, Brisbane, Lisbon, and of course Sydney. In addition, twelve studio albums were released on a range of underground labels.

       

      TIX $15

    • Sunday 21st May

      Jeff Lang

      Jeff Lang releases his brand new CD ‘Alone In Bad Company’ February 24th, 2017 and announces national tour March – June.

      In a career spanning twenty- five years and at least as many recordings, Alone In Bad Company is Jeff Lang’s momentous new album which presents the most organic union of Lang’s talents and influences yet. Released through ABC Music on February 24th this year Alone In Bad Company is filled with exquisitely sung stories and melodies demonstrating that, Lang is nothing if not a lover of song.

      The first single from the album is ‘Burnside’ which immediately highlights Lang’s proficiency as one of Australia’s best guitarists with rapid fingerpicking and guitar work. Each song on the album is rendered such that an alternative approach is unimaginable and each time Lang steps up to solo, his hard-won style is unmistakable – fluid but with an edge-of-the-seat recklessness.

      Acoustic fingerpicking, slide guitar, electric lead, banjos, mandolins and blue-eyed soul singing drop into place like puzzle pieces in a portrait conceived and executed almost entirely by the artist. Steadfast cohorts Danny McKenna and Allison Ferrier deliver on cue and master writer Don Walker shares his peerless wit on two songs, including the pointedly titled ‘With You I Can Throw Away The Pills’, a bitter-suite finale.

      In the end, Alone In Bad Company presents one of our most inspired musicians – and songwriters – at the peak of his exceptional powers.

      To celebrate the release of his new album, Lang will launch Alone In Bad Company with a national tour through March, April, May and June 2017.

      Alone in Bad Company is released through ABC Music on February 24th 2017

      $25 pre $30 from door if available

    • Friday 9th June

      Daniel Champagne -FAULT LINES ALBUM & AUSTRALIAN TOUR

       

       

      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.

       

       

      PRESS QUOTES

       

      “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

    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

      Benjalu
    • 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

      Akova
    • 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

      LITTLE BASTARD
    • Friday 21st February

      OH PEP! + ONE UP TWO DOWN
    • Friday 28th February

      FISH ON FIRE + ROOM 7
    • Thursday 6th March

      The London Klezmer Quartet
    • Saturday 8th March

      Mettaphor
    • Friday 14th March

      MORGAN ‘BILLYGOAT’ TUCKER
    • Wednesday 19th March

      GROWING CITIES
    • Thursday 27th March

      MARK WILKINSON
    • Friday 28th March

      CYNDI BOSTE
    • Saturday 29th March

      THE HELLO MORNING
    • Friday 4th April

      THE BEEZ
    • Saturday 5th April

      CHRISTOPHER COLEMAN COLLECTIVE
    • Friday 18th April

      DARREN JACK
    • Sunday 20th April

      The Bakers Digest
    • Saturday 3rd May

      Manana
    • Saturday 10th May

      AKoVA
    • Friday 16th May

      Twin Haus
    • Friday 23rd May

      Slow Turismo
    • Saturday 24th May

      NATHAN KAYE
    • Friday 30th May

      PIRRA
    • Saturday 31st May

      Kevin Bennett and Glen Hannah
    • Friday 6th June

      Ed Kuepper
    • Saturday 7th June

      Chaika
    • 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

      Benjalu
    • Friday 1st August

      JAY HOAD
    • Saturday 2nd August

      Tim ‘Tonic’ Hulsman
    • Saturday 9th August

      Melody Pool & Marlon Williams
    • Friday 15th August

      BELLINGEN JAZZ FESTIVAL
    • 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

      Roesy
    • 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

      AKoVA
    • 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

      TIMBERWOLF
    • 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

      THE MID NORTH ALBUM LAUNCH!!
    • 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

      GHOSTBUSTERS!
    • Thursday 1st January

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

      JODI MARTIN
    • 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

      FILM CLUB PRESENTS – DEAD END DRIVE IN!!
    • 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

      HAPPY AUSTRALIA DAY!! – CLOSED
    • 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

      PHIL AND TRUDI EDGELEY
    • 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

      SHAKE
    • Thursday 9th April

      Elwood Myre
    • Friday 10th April

      Dubarray
    • Saturday 11th April

      Winterbourne
    • Friday 17th April

      KARL S. WILLIAMS
    • Saturday 18th April

      THE SEVEN UPS
    • Thursday 23rd April

      Betty & Oswald
    • Saturday 25th April

      Microwave Jenny
    • Thursday 30th April

      black bird hum
    • Friday 1st May

      Azadoota
    • 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

      ANNA SALLEH
    • Friday 29th May

      Fish On Fire
    • Saturday 30th May

      shake presents “BOOGIETRONIC”
    • Monday 8th June

      CLOSED 8TH JUNE
    • Thursday 11th June

      Snez
    • 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

      BELLO WINTER MUSIC FESTIVAL
    • Saturday 4th July

      BELLO WINTER MUSIC FESTIVAL
    • Sunday 5th July

      BELLO WINTER MUSIC FESTIVAL
    • 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

      OUTLAND BROTHERS
    • Friday 28th August

      The Escalators
    • Saturday 5th September

      Pat Tierney – AUSTRALIAN ‘WILD WORLD BLUES’ TOUR
    • Tuesday 8th September

      Megan washington
    • Wednesday 16th September

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

      AKoVA
    • 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

      Levingstone
    • Wednesday 7th October

      VanderAa
    • 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

      YESHE & KURAI
    • 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

      LANIE LANE
    • 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

      Willowy
    • 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

      Saskwatch
    • 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

      GARRETT KATO -‘ TROUBLE WILL FIND ME ‘SINGLE TOUR
    • 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

      Ed Kuepper “LOST CITIES” NEW ALBUM AND TOUR
    • Saturday 30th April

      Ed Kuepper “LOST CITIES” NEW ALBUM AND TOUR
    • Friday 6th May

      Croft and Dolben
    • Saturday 7th May

      Claire Anne Taylor
    • Friday 13th May

      THEN JOLENE
    • 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

      Gallie
    • Saturday 20th August

      Dom Kelly
    • Friday 26th August

      VICTORIANA GAYE
    • 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

      ZIGGY ALBERTS | START OVER SUMMER TOUR
    • 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
    • Sunday 8th January

      All Age Open Stage – Free Event
    • 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

      JuiceBox
    • 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

      WINTERBOURNE – MY PERFECT SUNDAE TOUR
    • Friday 24th February

      Jack Carty SOLD OUT

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