Ticketed Events

Paul Dempseypd-feb-shows2

Friday 2 February

Doors 8pm
SS&A Auditorium
Tickets $35
Buy now: www.eventopia.co/event/Paul-Dempsey/355267

After a jam-packed 2017 that has involved yet another sold out run around the country with his extraordinary backing band, a month of shows in Europe, a guest appearance on vocals with David Bowie’s band at the Sydney Opera House and a second invitation and appearance at India’s NH7 Weekender Festival, Paul Dempsey is happy to announce a run of solo shows. This tour will take Dempsey, one of Australia’s most respected singer songwriters, out of the major cities and into regional centres for the first time in a year. Having released his second solo album ‘Strange Loop’ to outstanding reviews and a top 5 ARIA chart debut, this run of shows will showcase Paul’s formidable talent as he takes to the stage on his own, offering fans intimate and stripped back interpretations of songs from ‘Strange Loop’ as well as his gold-selling debut ‘Everything Is True’, plus the odd well-chosen cover, something that Paul has a unique talent for. This show promises to be an up close and personal evening with one of Australia’s most singular artists.


Sydney Hotshotsalbury-ssa-fb-header-2018

Friday 16 February

Doors 8pm
SS&A Auditorium
Tickets $30 | 18+
Buy now: www.eventopia.co/event/Sydney-Hotshots/355198

Consider the Sydney Hotshots: a group of what can only be described as the yummiest kind of man: toned, fit, with washboard abs and cheeky twinkles in the eye… It’s impossible to resist a night out with the Hotshots!

The Sydney Hotshots shows are known as the best place to party and the go to-option for Girls’ Nights Out, Hen’s Nights and birthday parties across Australia. They’ve been touring Australia for over 20years, and with brand-new guys and an all-new show, they’re setting 2017 on fire! Come watch the hottest men tear off their fantasy costumes, and whisk audience members onto the stage for the time of their lives. Girls will blush, women will scream, and husbands will be left at home…


 

Victoria Welsh Choir
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Saturday 12 May

Doors 6.45pm
SS&A Auditorium
Tickets $25 General | $20 Concession (pension)
Buy now: www.eventopia.co/event/Victoria-Welsh-Choir/358753

Proceeds from this event will go to the Albury Wodonga Regional Cancer Centre Trust Fund Inc

The Victoria Welsh Male Choir sings in the distinctive spine-tingling, four-part harmony of the traditional Welsh male choir. It has a diverse musical repertoire, which includes Welsh songs (many in the Welsh language), other Celtic songs, popular songs, opera choruses, Broadway melodies and Afro-American spirituals.

The Choir is renowned not only for the quality of its singing, but also for the relaxed, informal style, and good humour of their concerts. They guarantee that you will leave the concert with ‘a smile on your face and a glow in your heart’.

The choir’s Musical Director, Faleiry Koczkar, was born in Wales and grew up with Welsh as her first language. Faleiry is an award-winning conductor who has been honoured by both Wales, and her adopted homeland, Australia. In 2012 the National Eisteddfod of Wales appointed her its President of Wales and the World for 2012. Then in June 2014 she was awarded the Order of Australia Medal (OAM) for her contribution to choral music in Australia.


The Whitlams25th-promo-shot-sml12

Saturday 23 June

Doors 7.30pm
SS&A Auditorium
Tickets $45 | 18+
Buy now: www.eventopia.co/event/The-Whitlams/354537

The Whitlams will tour nationally in their classic four-piece configuration to bring their 25th year to a rowdy finale. Starting the anniversary year in May 2017 selling out concert halls in each state capital with 60 piece orchestras, they end it with a jaunt through their favourite pub and small theatre gigs around the country.  They are ditching the conductor and the charts, and are back to the common muscle-memory of 1000 shows and six albums. The Whitlams’ line up of Tim Freedman on piano and vocals, Jak Housden on guitar, Warwick Hornby on bass and Terepai Richmond on drums will be delivering the sort of sprawling, rambunctious set they have become famous for.