Top 5 things to do this weekend
NOT sure what to do this weekend and wondering what you can go and see?
Check out our Top 5 list.
LOCAL band PLTS (Pilots) have released their brand new single On & On. It was produced by JP Fung (Last Dinosaurs/Josh Pyke/Art vs Science) in Alberts Studios, Sydney, and sees the band delivering a huge rock anthem destined for airwaves around the country. At 16 Tasman Way (carpark area), Arts & Industrial Estate, Byron Bay, this Saturday, November 28 from 5pm.
MUSICIAN Roo Mackerras brings his Neily Diamond Show to Lismore. The gig is a tribute to the man and his songs by a fan and for the fans. At the Italo Australian Sport & Recreation Club, Barrow Ln, North Lismore, this Saturday from 7.30pm. $25.
Tribute and HIV Fundraiser SOME of our region's finest artists will celebrate the songs of Cole Porter and raise awareness of World Aids Day. World AIDS Day is recognised and observed by millions in more than 190 countries around the world.The singers include Lisa Hunt, Parissa Bouas, Jimmy Dowling, Ilona Harker, Benhur, Shelly Hughes, Shai Shriki, Amber and Stukulele are some of the artists in the line up, plus the musical talents of Steve Russell, Thierry Fossemalle and Dave Sanders. Money raised will be donated to WOFAK, a grassroots organisation in Kenya helping women and children living with HIV. At The Byron Theatre, 69 Jonson St, Byron Bay, from 7 pm. $35.
THE Ballina Shire Concert Band will hold its Christmas Concert, featuring Dean Doyle singing all the Christmas favourites, and piper Graham Broadhead with the band in A Touch of Scotland. At the Richmond Room, Regatta Ave, Ballina, on Sunday, November 29 from 2pm. $10.
COUNTRY songstress Beccy Cole has delighted Australians for more than twenty years. The Adelaide-born star's glowing warmth, sweet voice, bawdy sense of humour and perpetual smile have helped make Beccy one of the nation's best-loved and most celebrated artists. Her tenth release, Sweet Rebecca, is a bittersweet remembrance and reflection on her life thus far, both onstage and off. At the Bangalow Bowlo this Sunday, November 29, from 4pm. Doors open at 3.30pm.