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31/10/2015 Live Music with The Vee Bees

A huge day out at the Brewery with lude live music ... In their words.."We are a 3 chord, dumb arse, punk'n'rock'n'roll band from Queanbeyan, Australia. 4 blokes, 3 chords, 2 brain cells, 1 carton of beer. We formed in 2000 and are still hanging around like a bad fart, doing half arsed tours, and releasing albuns whenever we bloody well feel like it. We're don't sing about nuthin' we don't know about., Our songs are easy to play with a gut full of tinnies. Get f...

 

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22/09/2013 Live Rock all weekend

Dave and the Dalgety Destroyers, Ditchy and the Dunnits, Brett Olzen from the Dreamlanders Rock and roll hard and fast ! Saturday and Sunday
15/09/2013 Vendulka Live at The Winery

Vendulka Live at The winery!! Come out for a great family day on the lawn and listen to Vendulka [full event details]
09/06/2013 The Dreamlanders Live

The Dreamlanders play slow dreamy songs of love, death and redemption. Blending old country, gospel country blues, mariachi and southern soul into a slow-burning, heady acoustic mix of music for the soul.
12/05/2013 Sunday 12th May Mike Waddell Soloist from the Bar stars

Mike is the lead singer from the barstars definitely the most popular gig at the brewery. This Sunday Mike will treat mothers day guests with a rare solo performance, weaving his majic on the guitar. A great afternoon to be had by all.
13/04/2013 Canberra Craft Beer festival

Over 80 beers and ciders to try! Local Gourmet Food Stores! LIVE Entertainment! Entertainment throughout the day! Lots of Giveaways! Beer and Food matching! Beer Quiz! Meet the Brewers!Jumping Castle! Brewers Table Tennis Championship! Charity Auction! The Canberra Craft Beer festival is committed to heritage whilst paving the way for innovation in the brewing industry and achieves this every year by inviting the best brands to exhibit their wares in an incredible surrounding to make an exciting day for men, women and their families. With an unprecedented amount of interest drummed up thanks to the great participation of partners and punters alike, the Canberra Craft Beer Festival sees Australian Capital Tourism teaming up with the event to drive even higher awareness and participation around it. [full event details]
09/03/2013 Small Brewers Beer Festival

The Small Brewers Beer Festival is about showcasing some of the unique and exquisite beers made by the smaller breweries and beer companies from around Australia. Participation to this festival is strictly limited to small breweries as on-going battle to level the playing field against the big breweries. Over 55 different beers and ciders will be available for tasting on the day. Set in the tranquil beauty of the Australia National Botanical Gardens this festival will have beers never before seen in Canberra. Also included will be some Australian ciders and a few local cold-climate wineries. Entertainment and food will be available all day long. Saturday 9 Mar 2013 from 11:00am to 4:30pm (Australia/Melbourne) Closing date Friday 8 Mar 2013 11:59pm (Australia/Melbourne) [full event details]
27/05/2012 Sunday 27th May Jindabyne Ukulele Kollective

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26/05/2012 Sydney Craft Beer and Cider Fair

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24/03/2012 Saturday 24th March Train to Budapest

Three jazz men with one goal, to fill the gap between your ears with music! This band will keep you up late at night, and then they will send you home singing and thumping the steering wheel. They may even take years off your life!! Train to Budapest is the freshest thing to happen to jazz in years. They are audacious and fun and at the same time they are slick professionals without the dry elitism normally associated with jazz. They are not necessarily genre specific and anyone could listen to and enjoy this trio. They have taken big band and swing and turned it into a three piece, given the lead back to the vocalist where it belongs and tied it all together with a flawless rhythm section.“Train to Budapest” doesn’t sound busy; they have reinvented playing the spaces.

Andrew Szerys’guitar work fits very well here and his vocals can’t help but remind one of those great crooners of yesteryear. In the rhythm section Jonathan Trevena has taken brush and cymbal work to a new level adding pulse and crispness to each number while Chris Ralfs’ bass lines are elegant and sophisticated. The original new music is refreshing and speaks of our modern world while it maintains its integrity in recognisable jazz arrangement and structure. In songs like “Catchy Monkey” the strong Latin feel sits opposite big ballads like “Close as it Gets” while covers like “Sophisticated Lady” and “Satin Doll” just remind you where these guys started forty years ago...

What can I say... the name “Train to Budapest” just abounds with metaphors!!! Catch the train, get on board the train, take a train ride, etc, but the best I can come up with is, if you miss them, make sure you catch them at the next station. Whatever you do you don’t want to miss “Train to Budapest

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