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Newrybar coffee company gives Bangalow Music Festival a lift

The Bangalow Music Festival.
The Bangalow Music Festival.

IF you are a lover of both music and coffee, a new partnership between Zentveld's Coffee and the Bangalow Music Festival has you covered.

In a double celebration - of the festival and of the 20th Anniversary of Zentveld's Coffee at Newrybar - there will be an intimate concert staged at the roaster's plantation and 'coffee space' as part of the festival.

Usually used for barista training and tasting sessions, the space will be transformed for an intimate gathering including members of the Southern Cross Soloists, Jack Liebeck, Vicky Sayles and other headlining artists.

Festival creative director Tania Frazer said the Zentveld's concert was an exciting new addition to the annual festival.

Ms Frazer said Zentveld's had been part of the Bangalow Music Festival family since the beginning, and this year's concert was able to celebrate that.

STAGE SET: Rebecca Zentveld of Zentveld’s Coffee.
STAGE SET: Rebecca Zentveld of Zentveld’s Coffee. The Northern Star

"They've been serving coffee for us since the festival began," she said of Zentveld's.

"They're really part of the furniture.

"It's not just a concert, it's going to be an intimate little gathering."

As well as each of the acts performing, they will also be interviewed on stage and the audience will also be able to ask some questions.

The Zentveld's Coffee Concert is on Friday, August 15 at 11am at the Zentveld's Coffee Space at the Plantation, 193 Broken Head Rd, Newrybar.

Tickets are $55 and include coffee, cake and tour of the roaster.

Tickets available via southernxsoloists.com or by calling (07) 3844 7260, or at the door.

Limited seating available, pre-booking advised.

Topics:  bangalow music festival



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