VICTORIA, Heyfield, Perch Creek Family Jugband

EVENT DATE: 15 November 2014

Perch Creek are excited to announce a very special Country Halls Tour, celebrating their homecoming after a huge thirty date European, UK and Canadian tour with performances at Womad (UK), Edinburgh Fringe and countless other festivals and venues.

Perch Creek play harmony driven roots music with a creative energy and fearless spirit that sparkles with imagination and individuality. With diverse instrumentation including guitar, double bass, keyboard, ukulele, washboard, trombone, saw, banjo and tap dancing, the band combine five-part vocal harmonies with folk, roots and blues musical styles all threaded together by their unique collaborative song writing.

Perch Creek consistently deliver unforgettable, high-energy shows – at moments haunting, but ultimately uplifting. They are excited to be hitting the road on home soils bringing music back to the beautiful country halls of Victoria.

EVENT DETAILS

Date: Saturday 15 November
Venue: Heyfield Memorial Hall
Address: 38-44 MacFarlane Street HEYFIELD
Time: Door open 7.30pm show starts 8:00pm
Entry: $25
Bookings: Booking can be made at http://www.ebbwec.com.au or ph 5143 320. Door sales will be available if not sold out perch creek_3

ABOUT THE HALL

Heyfield War Memorial Hall is a versatile facility suitable for weddings, funerals, conferences, meetings, concerts, dances, exhibitions etc. The building includes the main hall for large events, with a large stage and backstage dressing rooms, a commercial kitchen and supper room.

Theer is also office space for hire and the adjoining Heyfield Library. Air-conditioning is featured throughout a number of rooms with the exception of the main hall, which utilises ceiling fans for the warmer months and gas heating for the cooler months. The main hall seats up to 300 people.

If you would like to hold an event in our magnificent hall, please contact the booking agent for more information.

http://www.visitheyfield.com.au/explore/services/item/heyfield-war-memorial-hall