Music: Tug, The Dart & Marlin, 7.30pm, supported by Jacuzzi and Sophia Walters. Dave Burgess, Last Coach, 8 -11pm. The Average Band, Victoria Hotel Warrnambool, 9pm. The SleeveHearts Love Of Us All single launch at The Loft Warrnambool 10.30pm supported by The 2nds, 9.30pm.
Farming: Community for South West Farmers and Volunteers are hosting a free barbecue and comedy family fun night featuring Slammin Sam Kekovich from 6.30pm at The Camperdown Football Club.
Pets: St Joseph’s parish’s annual Pet Blessing from 5.30pm.
Art: Warrnambool Art Gallery to host Girls Are Full STEAM Ahead, Friday and Saturday 9am to 3.30pm.
Gig: Glenn Kelly, Cally Hotel, 8.30pm.
Music: Club Cabaret Productions are presenting ‘Blues Brothers Revival’ at the City Memorial Bowls Club from 6.30pm.
Community: The Camperdown Show will kick off at the Camperdown showgrounds from 8am.
Car Show: The Razorbacks Social Club Warrnambool will host the annual Car and Bike Show, incorporating Geelong Harley-Davidson’s Ride and Demo Day, at Lake Pertobe from 10am to 2pm. Event includes barbecue, jumping castle and trade stalls. All proceeds donated to Legacy.
Gigs: Shannon Bourne, Hotel Warrnambool, 3pm. Mick Ferguson, Cally Hotel beer garden, 4pm. Christo Rook, Warrnambool Bowls Club.
Performance: If you are looking for a fun way to spend your Sunday afternoon head along to The Loft and help raise money for a worthy cause.
A charity gig at the Warrnambool venue will raise money for The Lookout, a proposed 20-bed residential rehabilitation centre to be built in the south-west.
Singer-songwriter Scotty Thwaites is helping to organise the event and will also perform.
He said there would be a range of musical genres with something for everyone.
Five acts will grace the stage of the Liebig Street live music venue.
They include Ruby McKenna, Worm, Scotty T, The Monaros and a new band, making their debut gig – Modus Vivendi.
"We want to raise a bit of money and awareness for The Lookout," Thwaites said. "I was a former long-term client of Western Region Alcohol and Drug centre and I want to give back."
He said there would be plenty of variety.
"Ruby is folk, Worm is indie-rock, I'm a singer-wongwriter, The Monoras are rock and roll and Modus Vivendi is techno-rock-world beats,” he said.
Doors at The Loft open at 3pm and entry is $10.
Spring: The Port Fairy Spring Music Festival begins on Friday at 8pm and includes an array of events throughout the weekend until Sunday afternoon.
Bike:Warrnambool Mountain Bike Club are hosting a free come and try day at its Thunder Point clubrooms from 11am.
Fundraiser: The NHK Obstacle Race will be held at Lakes Edge Adventure Playground for children aged 3-13 years. The North Hamilton Kindergarten fundraiser starts at 10.30am.
Sale: The Mortlake CWA, Evening Branch are hosting a community Garage Sale from 8am to 3pm.
Port Fairy: St Patrick’s Primary School are hosting their annual Spring Fair from 10am to 2pm.
Fishing: Gone Fishing Day, Jubilee Park Allansford and Port Fairy Angling Club from 10am to noon.
Rivers: World Rivers Day Mouth of the Merri event to be held at Viaduct Road from 10am to 1pm.
Athletics: Warrnambool Little Athletics Club are hosting a free Come and Try Day from 10.30am to 12.30pm.
Gig: Jazz Combo at Hotel Warrnambool from 8.30pm.
Music: The Warrnambool and District Pipes and Drums to host its annual AGM, Pavilion Cafe, 8pm.