Live music is back in the Central West with the Inland Sea of Sound 2021 series of concerts in the centre of Bathurst at indoor and outdoor events.
The festival kicks off on Tuesday, 23rd February with a free, but ticketed screening of Soda Jerk’s Terror Nullius in association with Bathurst Regional Art Gallery.
The live concerts commence on Wednesday, 24th of February in the BMEC City Hall with Sub-Tribe, a dynamic six-piece band from New Zealand, and supported by The Safety of Life at Sea and The Mirandas.
On Thursday, 25th Hussy Hicks with soul vocalist Leesa Gentz and Australia’s leading female guitarist Julz Parker will perform outdoors, supported by local favourites Smith & Jones.
Friday, 26th Kate Ceberano accompanied by guitarist Ben Butler having returned from the USA where he performed with Sting and Bruce Springsteen will be back at the BMEC. Local support from singer songwriter Andy Nelson with his amazing new five-piece band.
Saturday is again outdoors with Headliner CW Stoneking, a musical, blues story teller supported by the incomparable Mo’Ju, winner of best song and best album at the 2018 National Indigenous Music Awards.
On Sunday at 2pm in the BMEC theatre there will be a free show with kids favourites The Beanies.
Tickets at https://www.inlandseaofsound.com.au/tickets/ticket-information.html For the outdoor concerts and City Hall you can pre-order a delicious picnic box.