Music Farmers to begin hosting gigs in February
January 9, 2012 Leave a comment
Wollongong music institution, Music Farmers, halted their live performances last year after issues with noise and neighbours. The record store and gallery space eventually began to hold occasional acoustic performances, but have today announced they will host monthly band performances starting in February.
The first Music Farmers gig for 2012 will see Rohin Jones (from recently broken-up Aussie band, The Middle East) with Townsville band The Broken Needles, Melbourne band Tender Bones, and Sydney singer-songwriter Marf Loth play the space on February 7th.
Tickets are $8 at the door, with the gig starting at 7pm.
ROHIN JONES, THE BROKEN NEEDLES, TENDER BONES, MARF LOTH