What's On

Local and Live coming to a venue near you

This April a host of Newcastle bars, pubs, and restaurants will be getting loud with a series of live music performances and local artists taking to the stage.

Locally Made & Played is a part of the City of Newcastle’s push to reignite the local music scene with the two-week event running from 6 - 20 April.

There are a long list of venues getting involved and a whole bunch of talented local musos who you can catch live on stage, these are just some of the venues with more to be announced soon;

Babylon - 145 King St, Newcastle
11 April | Half Nelson
18 April | Cool Jazz Trio

The Ship Inn - 102 Hunter St, Newcastle 
17 April | Pricey & Mughead

The Base - 3 Tudor Street, Newcastle
15 April | Prickly Pear | 7pm
16 April | Prickly Pear | 7pm

The Rogue Scholar -  4-6 Union St, Newcastle West
11 April | LaHi | 6-9pm
17 April | Daniel March | 7-10pm
18 April | Max De Groot | 6-9pm

The Duke of Wellington - 69 Regent St, New Lambton
9 April | Greg Bryce
16 April | Dean Kyrwood
17 April | Karen O’Shea

The Mark Hotel - Dickson St & Morehead Street, Lambton
10 April | Nano | 8-11pm
16 April | Daniel Arvidson | 8-11pm
18 April | The After Party | 5-8pm

Wickham Park Hotel - 61 Maitland Rd, Islington
10 April | Riff Raff
17 April | Rose Carleo Band
18 April | Floyd Vincent

The Kent Hotel - 59 Beaumont St, Hamilton
Catch live music on Friday 9, Wednesday 14 and Monday 19 April

The Exchange Hotel - 125 Denison St, Hamilton
10 April | Sound About
16 April | Mak Band

Beach Burrito Co. - 135 Darby St, Cooks Hill
Catch live music on Friday 9, Friday 16 and Saturday 17 of April

Racecourse Hotel - 11 Minmi Rd, Wallsend
16 April | Coral Lee | 6.30 – 9.30pm
17 April | Dave Javier | 6.30 – 9.30pm
18 April | Chloe & Alexine | 3 – 6pm

The. Beaches Hotel - 99 Frederick St, Merewether
9 April | Komiti Levai | 6-9pm
14 April | Kylie Jane | 3-6pm
18 April | Pete McCredie | 6.30-9.30pm

For more information about venues and artists visit Locally Made & Played