Whats On

Weekend event and gig guide

Weekly

Poker tournament on Tuesday at The Royal from 6pm.

Trivia night, Wednesdays at the Phoenix Hotel from 7pm.

Red Hot Poker on Thursday at Billy's from 6pm.

Karaoke on Thursday at the Empire Hotel from 8.30pm.

Pool competition at Mt Pleasant Hotel from 7pm.

 

Friday

Sam Bannink at The Royal from 5.30pm followed by DJ Glenno from 8pm.

Andrew Weller in the Irish Bar from 7pm.

Friday Freebies from 5pm at Billy's, followed by music from Nightlife.

Duo Smooth n Groove at Gympie RSL from 7.30.

Pool comp at Gunalda Hotel and Jockey Club from 7pm.

Glen Mooney at Sleepy Lagoon Hotel from 6pm.

Dan and Sheree Atherton at Silky Oak Tea Gardens, 7pm.

Short Note at Tin Can Bay Country Club from 7pm.

 

Saturday

Stone Crazy Duo at Kandanga Hotel, 7 - 11pm.

DJ Glenno in Rosco's Bar at The Royal from 8pm.

Industry of Kool at Billy's from 9pm.

Duo Simply 2 perform at Gympie RSL from 7.30pm.

Free pool table and jukebox in the Irish Bar from 7pm.

 

Sunday

Di Cross and Friends entertain at Raffinatis from 11am.

Shane Crang at Mount Pleasant Hotel from 1pm.

The Jockey Club has free pool table and jukebox all day.

Linda Street at Country Life Hotel from midday.

Short Notice Band from midday at Silky Oak.

CMSOE bands from midday at Theebine Hotel.

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