It’s The Rhythm Hut’s huge second birthday in Faunce St, Gosford on Saturday, September 12.
“It has been a busy two years of renovations and growth, loads and loads of drumming, and, of course, the best live music on the Coast,” said manager, Ms Lou Sawilejskij.
“And now it’s time to celebrate with a huge night of music and dancing featuring the Hot Potato Band, Rhythm Hunters, and Tijuana Cartel,” she said. “There will be dinner and drinks available, bar open, a chill out zone, pumping drum circle, DJs and loads more.
“The first Birthday and our grand opening both completely sold out, so make sure you get in early and grab your tickets presale as it’s going to be huge.”
Locals, the Rhythm Hunters continue the tradition of playing at The Hut birthday gigs – what’s a party without the Hunters. Rhythm Hunters are a dynamite force combining music from Indonesia, Japan and Australia.
Cutting edge physical percussion, didgeridoo, western horns, Asian flute, deep grooves and ethereal sound scapes describe one of Australia’s most exciting music groups.
After bringing the Hut to its knees at the July Five Lands Experience, the Hot Potato Band is back. Anything could happen at a Hot Potato Band show.
Known to cause a severe case of happy fever the 11 piece, fresh sounds brass band is sure to put a smile on your face in an incredibly unique and energetic live show. They make you the centre of their performance, literally.
Tijuana Cartel will be showcasing new tracks off their soon to be released album ‘Psychedelicatessen’ and will play an extended set featuring all your old favourites.
19 August 2015
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