Sunday 8 September 2019 at 2pm
at Sacred Spaces at the Sisters of Mercy Convent, Singleton, Hunter Valley
The Djangologists are a 5 piece gypsy jazz band, performing music inspired by jazz legend Django Reinhardt while adding their own twist! Their line-up is Chris Higgins - clarinet/saxophone, Thomas Arblaster - trombone, Hamish Reid and Michael Napoli - guitars and Oscar Peterson - double bass.
Relax in the stunning front garden of the Convent, listening to an acoustic concert of blistering fast tunes, through to velvety ballads, and everything in between! The musicians love their audience to be a part of the experience - whether you dance, sing or just smile, it doesn’t matter!You are invited to BYO drinks, picnic food, rugs or low seats and relax in our front garden. A delicious Convent-made afternoon tea will also be served. Additional seats will be provided around the garden. In case of wet weather, the concert will be held in our Community Room.
In the garden of Sacred Spaces at the Sisters of Mercy Convent.
30 Queen Street
Singleton, NSW 2330
(In case of wet weather, the concert will be held in our Community Room)
In Australia's famous Hunter Valley
We are only 1 hour west of Newcastle, and under 2 hours from Sydney (Hornsby)
$30 adult; $5 school student, which includes a delicious Convent-made afternoon tea.
Please click through this site to purchase a ticket on-line (at the top of this page).
Online tickets close at 11am Sunday - but will be available at the gate from 1.30pmThe garden will open at midday so you can choose your spot in the garden and enjoy your BYO picnic lunch.
Sacred Spaces Office
02 6572 2398 (open Mon to Thurs)
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