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Old Bar comes alive October Long Weekend with the Old Bar Beach Festival, an annual celebration of classic Australian summer holidays. Kombi Fest is one of the festival's highlights that attracts hundreds of keen Kombi van enthusiasts. 

Flow Bar will be keeping the festival vibe alive all weekend and will be open from 8am featuring live music for guests to enjoy while grabbing a bite to eat and/or enjoying a cocktail, cold brew or coffee on the deck.

Friday 29 September. Open from 8am for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. Live music from 6:30pm. 

This is Americana Royalty Tim Easton's second visit to Australia and he will have his ninth solo studio album ‘American Fork’ with him on this trip, described by No Depression as having “*a clear sense of grit and determination present in these grooves, making ‘American Fork ’Easton’s toughest and most tenacious effort yet”.*

Saturday 30 September. Open from 8am for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. Live music from 6:30pm. 

Multiple award-winning Australian Blues musician Darren Jack has been electrifying audiences with his signature powerhouse Rock ‘n’ Blues and original music for over twenty years. 

Darren first fired up the Blues scene as the driving force behind award-winning band Third Degree which introduced a legion of Blues enthusiasts to his powerful vocals and exceptional artistry on the guitar. After six years fronting the band, Darren ventured out as a solo artist under the name Darren Jack . For the past 13 years he has collaborated with some of Australia’s finest musicians, touring throughout the country thrilling audiences with his passionate performances and proving why he is regarded as one of Australia’s top Blues musicians.

In 2012 Darren Jack released his fourth solo album “Better Place”. Featuring eight original tracks and a more refined approach to his powerful vocals, he experimented across genres in this album while retaining his true authenticity to the Blues. His relentless efforts and maturity as a songwriter were rewarded that year when the album swept up five awards at the 2012 Australian Blues Music Awards, including Best Album of the Year.

Sunday 1 October 2017. Open from 8am for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. Live music from 12:30pm. 

Written & recorded over the course of the last year, ‘Feeler On The Roof’ is the debut
EP from Sydney band Fripps & Fripps. Charged by festival deliria and an affinity for
indie pop ‘Feeler On The Roof’ is a home cooked meal to prep you up for the big night
that’s looming. Since the release of their first single ‘Maria’, Fripps & Fripps have come along way from playing shaky support gigs to pub locals and sound guys.

In late 2016 feature track and second single from the EP; ‘Get Your End Wet’ was released with a little help from Matt O’Connor and his team at The A&R Department in Sydney. The track has since gone on to feature in the UK’s ‘ Viral 50’ & ‘ Indie Spotlight’ where it has received over 110,000 streams and racked up 49,000 monthly listeners on Spotify.

Sunday 2 October 2017. Open from 8am for Breakfast & Lunch. Live music from 12:30pm.

THE RUIINS (Mid North Coast, NSW)
Local boys, The Ruiins’ is a collaboration of raw blues and vintage rock enriched by powerful vocals and a touch of character livening each song. The brother-like duo, Adam Dooker and Pat Sugden, hail from the New South Wales Mid North Coast and have graced audiences from Sydney all the way through to the trendiest venues of Brisbane. Stemming from their roots of a beach orientated lifestyle, Adam and Pat have manifested into a unique two-piece who claim a sound that is The Ruiins. With the use of captivating riffs, heartfilled vocals, and a foot-tapping beat, residing on the Gold Coast they have grown into a locally loved icon. There is no end-sight for the quirky pair as they face down the release of their debut single ‘Eventually’, working with the likes of Producer Sean Cook (Big Scary's 'Vacation') the track has rich personality, humbling lyrics, and rhythm that will force you to groove.