March 17 ‑ 18
Cook BookOur Crab Fest cook book, 'The Fish Trap' is available to purchase for $20 all weekend. don't miss out.
March 17 ‑ 18
The 2017 Music Stage was a massive hit! Stay tuned for the announcement of our 2018 acts and another great year.
Saturday Headline Act 7.45pm
Hot on the heels of their recent Australian #HYPETOUR which saw them undertake their third headlining tour with 18 shows in a month on metropolitran and regional stages, Justice Crew continue on their winning-streak with the release of their eagerly-awaited new single ‘Que Sera’.
As Australia’s leading urban/pop group, Justice Crew have released a string of hit singles since coming to the public’s attention in 2010, proving that not only do they possess a versatile and extreme talent but that their appeal is consistent and prevailing.
2013 saw the group follow up their #1 ARIA single “Boom Boom” (6 x Platinum) with a further two smash ARIA Top 10 hit singles – “Best Night” and “Everybody”, both of which were certified double-platinum in Australia.
Sunday Headline Act 2pm
After a decade of making music, they are still as Thirsty as ever. They’ve released an indie EP which garnered Triple J airplay back in 2003, 3 critically acclaimed studio albums, an acoustic fan favourite record entitled ‘AAA: Acoustic Anniversary Album’ and a swag of classic tracks such as “20 Good reasons”, “Emancipate Myself”, “Someday Someday”, “Mousetrap Heart” and “In the Summertime”. Australian rock stalwarts Thirsty Merc are still excited to be making music and hungrier than ever before to extend their legacy.
While the band have booked Grammy nominated Emily Lazar (who has worked on albums by Foo Fighters, David Bowie, Sia and the Killers) to master their record in New York, Thirsty Merc’s ultimate plan is to take their record back to the people who have made it possible.
“We really want to tour this album to as many of our fans as we possibly can. We want to tour rural areas just as much as the regional and metropolitan areas. We want to have a solid playlist of songs and our new album is a way of adding a strong body of work to our existing catalogue.”