The Potbelleez will take the stage at Murwillumbah on Sunday. Photo: Contributed
The Potbelleez will take the stage at Murwillumbah on Sunday. Photo: Contributed Contributed

Potbelleez at Mur’bah for End of Summer Party

AUSTRALIA'S most loved electro-house DJs The Potbelleez will take the stage at Murwillumbah on Sunday.

The APRA award winners and ARIA nominees are the biggest name that's played in the town for a long while.

Murwillumbah Hotel Murray's Place manager Jamie Manwarring said he and another manager had helped to bring the stars to town.

"We picked them because they would appeal to a broader age group," he said.

"They had big songs out six of seven years ago so anyone from their late twenties to mid thirties as well as the young kids would appreciate the show.

"It's the biggest name the town has seen in ages."

The End of Summer Party is expected to draw more than 350 people and with pre-sale tickets at just $10 more than 200 were snapped up quick.

"We're not doing this for a big profit," Mr Manwarring said.

"It's about giving back to the town and making a bit of a name for the hotel."

Whether the weather will interfere is yet to be answered but Mr Manwarring is hoping it won't be an issue.

"I can't control mother nature but fingers grossed it is okay," he said.

"It's going to be an amazing event and it will be a fantastic day and a great opportunity to put Murwillumbah on the map."

The pub is already looking at getting more well known Aussie acts out there including Bombs Away and Timomatic.

To find out more contact Murray's Place on 0266721139.



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