June Music Not to Miss

The three members of the Band Bonny Doon in a garden around a piano

We’re bringing you one of the hottest indie-folk acts on the US scene on Friday 14 June – Bonny Doon. It’s the band’s first trip Down Under and they are pumped at the prospect. “Playing for people on the other side of the world from us is a dream come true”, guitarist and vocalist for the band Bobby Colombo said. “When we formed this band 10 years ago a lot of what we were influenced by was the 2010’s Australian punk scene. If you told me then that we’d get the chance to go on tour in Australia I wouldn’t have believed you,”

Guest support artist for the show is Jess Ribeiro – no stranger to Sound Doctor audiences after her stand out set supporting Olympia in 2019. She’s been busy since then and comes to Anglesea with a brand-new album that’s got a lot of buzz about it.

The Music and Rolling Stone both gave it four stars and Double J said: Jess Ribeiro has cemented herself as one of the Australian undergrounds most engaging and unpredictable creative forces”.

Together Jess and Bonny Doon promise a sweet night of songs and pure joy. It’s also a rare chance to see international talent without leaving the Surf Coast! And if you’re under 30 there’s even more reason to get excited as tickets are just $30 for you.

Friday 14 June 7pm
Anglesea Memorial Hall
Tickets: $30 – $45

Our second June show, on Saturday 15, promises to be an absolute hoot! Andy Golledge Band are heading to Anglesea on their album tour and good times are guaranteed. Andy is known for live shows that are exhilarating and unpredictable. His killer songs can be tender and bring your to tears one minute, then the next will a rollicking track to get you dancing wildly.

Mika James is leaping out from the behind the drumkit of Melbourne punk outfit The Vovos to unleash her spirited solo outing in support

An Unearthed finalist in 2022 with her passionate proclamation ‘Witchy Woman’, Mika’s musical output swerves from cinematic country to punk-infused blues. and will be the perfect warm up for Andy Golledge and his band.

Saturday 15 June 7pm
Anglesea Memorial Hall
Tickets: $35