The Camden Haven Music Festival: Saturday, September 16, 2017

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DOUBLE TROUBLE: Graham Doubleday and Big Al Herbert will play at the LUSC this Saturday night. The festival is a fundraiser for Legacy.

DOUBLE TROUBLE: Graham Doubleday and Big Al Herbert will play at the LUSC this Saturday night. The festival is a fundraiser for Legacy.

Dust off your boots and put on your cowboy hat, it’s time for the Camden Haven Country Music Festival.

This Saturday, head on over to the Laurieton Services Club (LUSC) for a country music extravaganza.

Starting at 10am until 2pm, The Rovena Duo will be playing their tunes. Enjoy a tasty lunch and river views whilst listening to the sounds of country - a perfect plan.

There’s a sausage sizzle, classic cars to enjoy and raffles to enter. Just come on down, entry is free.

For a great night out make sure you get back to the Club by 6.30pm. Pick yourself out a seat and be ready for the show starting at 7.30pm.

Tickets are just $10 on the door.

Topping the bill are special guest artists Graham Doubleday and Big Al Herbert, known as Double Trouble. 

Dubby and Big Al will crank out the country and are sure to get your toes a tapping. These couple of crowd-pleasers certainly know how to put on a great show.

Also on the bill are Mackenzie Pringle, Lyn Payne and Eric Styles.

Remembering the fallen

This Saturday’s event is a fundraiser for Legacy. 

Legacy was established 94 years ago to help the families of war veterans to live well in the absence of a loved one.

Today, Legacy provides support and services around 70,000 families nationally, including children, people with a disability and widows.

For more information about events at LUSC visit www.laurietonclub.com.au.

This feature is proudly supported by:

  • Ocean Drive Family Practice
  • PRDnationwide Laurieton
  • Amplex Hearing Centre
  • Ray White Laurieton
  • Camden Haven Tyre & Brake Centre
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