Gig guide: September 23, 2016

The Beatle Boys bring a heap of fab #1s to the Lighthouse Theatre.

The Beatle Boys bring a heap of fab #1s to the Lighthouse Theatre.

THE tribute bands continue at Warrnambool’s Lighthouse Theatre on Saturday night, but there is much more on offer over the coming months at the venue.

Former Australian Idol Damien Leith will mark 10 years since his reality TV victory with a concert on October 7, followed by country music veteran James Blundell on October 11.

Jimmy Barnes returns to the Lighthouse Theatre on November 17 with a night of stories and songs as part of his national Working Class Boy tour. 

The concert will see Barnes “sharing stories from his troubled childhood and delinquent adolescence” and the journey that set him on the path to music stardom.

As for the tribute shows, The Beatle Boys deliver a night of #1s on Saturday, while you can catch Todd McKenney singing Peter Allen on December 2, a tribute to Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons on February 19, an Eagles tribute on May 19, a celebration of 50 years of Cat Stevens on May 24, and another Johnny Cash concert on May 26.


The Beatle Boys perform Beatles No. 1s: Hamilton PAC

New Cow: Kirkstall Hotel

Jess Skye: Rafferty’s Tavern, Warrnambool

Ben Cross: Cally Hotel, Warrnambool

Magnus, King Evil, Spooked: The Loft, Warrnambool

Mick Ferguson: Seanchai, Warrnambool

DJ Josh Brown: Highline Bar & Lounge, Warrnambool

Jason Bull: The Last Coach, Warrnambool


Palace Of The King: Highline Bar & Lounge

Nancie Schipper: Rafferty’s Tavern

The Beatle Boys perform Beatles No. 1s: Lighthouse Theatre, Warrnambool

Lukey Luke: The Stump, Port Fairy

The Stiffys, Cheeky Fellas: The Loft

The Stand-Ins: Seanchai


Phil Holmes (arvo): Macarthur Hotel

Jason Bull (arvo): Warrnambool Bowls Club

Ken Smith’s Country Music Charity Concert (arvo): St Pius Hall, Warrnambool

Tank Dilemma (arvo): Hotel Warrnambool

Mick Ferguson (arvo): Cally Hotel, Warrnambool


The Delta Riggs, Gideon Bensen: Highline Bar & Lounge

John Hudson’s Guest Session: Hotel Warrnambool

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