Fun Haus keeps it local over Easter

Turtle Custard

The Fun Haus Factory in Gosford is keeping it local this Easter weekend.

On Thursday, March 28, The Welcome Choir will sing Rocket Man by Elton John.

The choir is a great way to express yourself, step out of your comfort zone, catch up with mates and meet new ones – an open, safe, friendly group of strangers and friends of all singing abilities making up a pub choir.

On Easter Sunday there will be free live music with renowned local young band Turtle Custard, who are making waves across the Australian indie music scene with their psychedelic sounds.

Redefining norms with their engaging lyrics, powerful guitar riffs and electrifying melodies, their ability to seamlessly blend dynamic storytelling with contagious rhythms sets them apart and solidifies their position as the Coast’s progressive rock band.

Bassist Ori Raz, drummer Blake Cox and Daniel Bracher on guitar and vocals make up the three-piece band.

Their music envelops listeners in a full-bodied musical journey.

Enjoy the cheapest drinks in town and a feast of fresh meats and vegan treats with the Empanada Bar serving up the flavours of Columbian street food with a 6pm cocktail $10 happy hour.

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