Dashville, Red Hot Summer, Hope Rocks, This That, Scene & Heard feed rock summer that lasts until fall | Newcastle Herald

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Summer is coming and we have the impression that the live music scene is going to develop well. The Dashville team in Lower Belford in the Hunter Valley will come to life on Friday December 10 and Saturday December 11 with the Friday Night Show hosted by William Crighton (special guests include Jeff Lang and Imogen Clark). Dashville also hosts shows on New Years Eve, Thrashville on February 11 and 12, Dashville Skyline on February 25 and 27 with The Black Sorrows, The Gum Ball (April 22-24) and Pig Sty in July (July 2). The Red Hot Summer Tour is scheduled for January 22 at Roche Estate. The show stars Jimmy Barnes, Hoodoo Gurus, Jon Stevens, Diesel, Chris Cheney and Vika and Linda. Hope Estate presents Hope Rocks on February 5th with James Reyne, Baby Animals, Choirboys, Models, Boom Crash Opera and Nick Barker and the Reptiles. Let’s not forget: It was announced last month that Midnight Oil will perform at the Newcastle Entertainment Center on February 23 – the group’s last tour. This That Festival on February 26 in Wickham features Client Liaison, Dune Rats, Badrapper vs Luude and more; Scene & Heard on February 27 will be titled by Grinspoon, Regurgitator and Ratcat. Under The Southern Stars was redesigned for March 11 at the Maitland Showground, still featuring lineup from Cheap Trick, Stone Temple Pilots, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Bush, Rose Tattoo, and Electric Mary. Groovin the Moo has released their 2022 show dates, featuring Maitland (at the Maitland Showground) on Saturday April 23 (Canberra April 24 and Bendigo April 30). No act has been announced. Organizers of the Festival of the Sun in Port Macquarie (May 20-22) have revealed the lineup and dates for their first-ever Boots & Beach Country Music Festival. The Boots Festival takes place May 27-29 at Breakwall Caravan Park in Port Macquarie. Presale tickets for members begin December 9. Festival talents include Lee Kernaghan, Fanny Lumsden, Brad Cox, The Wolfe Brothers, Brooke McClymont & Adam Eckersley, Amber Lawrence, James Johnston, Raechel Whitchurch, Leah Flanagan, Angus Gill, Jake Davey, Loren Ryan and Billie-Jo Porter.

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