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2017 Narooma Oyster Festival Music news


19-Twenty to play the Narooma Oyster Festival on May 5th Narooma’s Oyster Festival kicks off on Friday evening 5 May with a free family concert with top band 19-Twenty, fantastic fireworks and great food stalls. ‘We’ve really ramped up the Festival’s opening night to be a wonderful community event,’ said Friday organisers Dave Moore and Michael Gardner. ‘It’ll really rock and be a great start to the Festival the next day, so come on down early with your friends and family, eat there and enjoy the evening and it’s free.’ The festivities at the Festival site at Quota Park, overlooking Wagonga Inlet, start at 6pm with fireworks on the water about 8ish. The energetic 19-Twenty is a blues, folk and rock band that is ‘a must see’.


Friday night will also be a cracker of a night with talented Narooma High School students Makayla Spires, Dayna Lindgard and Hayden Ryan being the support acts to 19Twenty! The Lachy Doley Group May 6th

The Lachy Doley group will be playing at the Narooma Oyster Festival on May 6th An absolute powerhouse of sound! Book it in and get ready to boogie! Saturday May 6th - music & entertainment all day for the grown ups & kids. And Oysters! Oh yeah!


For further event details leading up to the day, you can follow the 2017 Narooma Oyster Festival on Facebook or visit their website.


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