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Hats Incorporated

Hats Is an independent arts/event organization formed in 2010 to present live music performance and cultural events to the Mid North /Clare Valley. Based in the heritage town of Auburn Clare Valley Hats have converted an old heritage listed Courthouse & Police Station into an award-winning live music venue. Delivering a huge diversity of musical genres annually performers come from all around the world. All Hats performances are unique and affordable.

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Ian Mc Dowall & Friends in concert

Saturday 1 June 2024
AN EVENING OF SONG, STORY AND MEMORIES Ian Mc Dowall, is an award winning singer song-writer, who brings his Scottish heritage, Canadian and British upbringing and adult life as an Australian to his lyrics, which are inherently his. Ian’s expression of love, family and life resonates with all of us. A life of music, an accomplished guitarist, producing and recording a number of albums has seen Ian play with many other performers across several countries and it is a poignant reminder that his influence now sees his daughter, violinist Bridget, join him on stage. Bassist, Trish Drioli, also joins them to bring Ian’s original songs to life. As he says “ lots of little stories, all complete in themselves”; a performance that is an entertaining and enriching experience.
Hats (Auburn) Courthouse
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Apocalyptic Breakdown

Saturday 20 April 2024
Great name great band a band that combines concern for social justice and environmental catastrophe with a love of art and politics to ignite a creativity bomb, exploding with absurdity and musical diversity. Sometimes quirky, sometimes sad, but always poignant with an eye to events of our time, Apocalyptic Breakdown twists acoustic instruments and four-part harmonies into a musical feast, a constantly changing feast, and one that will undoubtedly delight. Come along prepared to be delighted. Featuring guitar double bass & mandolin this is a group you wont forget in a hurry.
Hats (Auburn) Courthouse
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The High Street Drifters hit the Hats Stage (CANCELLED)

Saturday 2 December 2023
Our last concert for 2023 and we bring you The High Street Drifters an Australian bluegrass quartet spanning the roads between Victoria and South Australia. While the band strive to honour the hard driving sound of original Bluegrass music their youthful flair and unpredictable arrangements demonstrate a progressive take on standards and original compositions. Appearing for the first time at Hats they are a young and progressive bluegrass band with lots of energy.
Hats (Auburn) Courthouse
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Endo Days (CANCELLED)

Saturday 25 November 2023
Endo Days is a hilarious comedy cabaret about chronic illness and what it is to be fully sick. Join Libby and the Jarmy Army for some top-notch storytelling, great music and incurable fun .Endometriosis is no laughing matter... but we'll give it a (gentle) nudge. Bigger, bolder and more bloated than ever, Libby Trainor Parker and her Jarmy Army are heading to Auburn with a fresh diagnosis of chronic fun. Join the singing support group as we poke fun at pain and being fully sick .WINNER Adelaide Fringe 2021 Weekly Cabaret Award Endo Days is rated M15+ and is not suitable for children.
Hats (Auburn) Courthouse
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Keith Potgers Celebrating the Seekers Concert

Sunday 24 September 2023
Keith Potger’s solo tribute to the group he helped to form back in 1962 covers the songs, the stories and the influences that shaped The Seekers in their rise to international fame. CELEBRATING THE SEEKERS is an audio-visual treat, with rare footage and still photos of the group. His 12 string guitar was an integral part of their sound and being the arranger of the vocal harmonies he had a unique place in the group. During his performance Keith pays a special tribute to his colleague and dear friend of 60 years, the late and great JUDITH DURHAM. This special program contains some timeless favourites from The Seekers, some beautiful original ballads from his three solo CDs and a few hits from the ‘60s to the ‘80s that influenced the group and appeal to the generation who grew up playing SEEKERS albums at home or in the car. Throughout his show, Keith shares stories and amusing anecdotes from almost 60 years on the international music scene.
Hats (Auburn) Courthouse
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An intimate Courthouse concert with The Melting Pot

Saturday 19 August 2023
Allye Sinclair (cello), Rob Wallace (violin) and Dylan Woolcock (mandolin) are three Adelaide musicians who have performed as a string trio since December 2021 to play original chamber folk (largely written by Allye). Chamber Folk is a style of typically gentle fingerpicked acoustic guitar that initially gained prominence in the UK and the US during the mid-to-late 1960s. It is defined by an elegant and intimate style of arrangement and production, creating a sound that can be described as wistful, fey, pastoral and whimsical. This trio bring the tunes to life, it will make you move and smile. Regular house guests at Urrbrae House we know they will be right at home at The Hats heritage Courthouse. So come along and enjoy an evening of intimate music, with a sweet blend of strings delivering a fresh mix of melody and rhythmic drive along with a dose of subtle humour.
Hats (Auburn) Courthouse
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Sounds Of India with Sitar virtuoso Pt. Purbayan Chatterjee (CANCELLED)

Saturday 12 August 2023
One of India’s most celebrated sitar players Pandit Purbayan Chatterjee is joined by Australia’s tabla virtuoso Jay Dabgar on a National tour presenting a series of exciting concerts featuring the instrument that best captures the essence of Indian traditional music. Experience astounding musical virtuosity with unusual energy, skill and dynamic improvisation. Purbayan Chaterjee presents the sitar in all its shades and textures both melodic, playful, wistful and spiritual. The music ranges from sublimely meditational through to heart-racing energy and excitement. Weaving this subcontinental musical fabric of many colours, Purbayan Chatterjee & Jay Dabgar present this SA concert as part of a National tour and invite SA audiences to enjoy an evening of the best of classical Indian music in the ambient environment of The Hats heritage Courthouse where every concert is a special experience.
Hats (Auburn) Courthouse
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Meanwhile back at the Ranch with support by Djangalang

Saturday 5 August 2023
Meanwhile Back At The Ranch… is an Adelaide based swing band with a difference. The band takes on the traditions of the Western Swing genre which feature a rich stew of music styles and was a precursor to rock and roll, reaching its zenith with Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys. Predominantly 1930s/40s dance music string band jazz played with fiddles, guitars double bass and drums. In it you can you can hear Hillbilly Boogie, Swing, Gypsy Jazz, early rockabilly and blues They aim to swing the classics from every genre whether 100 years ago or 10 and with wit and energy. A most entertaining and fun entertaining band! AND they come with a support Act SAs very own Djangalang. An acoustic trio playing classic swing hits. Djangalang features Adelaide’s well known jazz guitarist George Grifsas and also the very accomplished Belinda Kendall Smith from the ASO on double bass .
Hats (Auburn) Courthouse
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An Evening with Angela Lount and Leo Joseph

Saturday 29 July 2023
An Evening with Angela and Leo will take you on a jazz- and blues-soaked journey through classics of the Great American Songbook as well as some richly textured blues and jazz tunes and of course some of their original tunes. Angela Lount is one of Australia’s finest jazz vocalists and a stalwart of the thriving Canberra music scene. Angela inhabits every song she sings. Her soulful voice takes the always enthralled audience with her as she breathes fresh life into every song she sings. South Australian audiences have been treated to her phenomenal performances since 2016 and recently when she has toured the State both with Leo Joseph in their ever popular piano-vocal duo mode or as part of Canberra-based band Key Grip. Originally from Adelaide, Leo Joseph returned to Australia in 2005 from 8 years in the US and has been based in Canberra ever since. With forty years of piano playing Leo provides for the most soulful accompaniment to Angelas vocals.
Hats (Auburn) Courthouse
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Nancy Bates in concert

Wednesday 5 July 2023
A special NAIDOC Week showcase. Nancy Bates will present her own musical journey when she takes to the Hats stage as part of NAIDOC week. Nancy Bates is a Barkindji Woman, and an accomplished singer-songwriter. She was under the wings of National treasure Archie Roach for 4 years as a backing vocalist and guitarist for his wonderful songs and music. Nancy is one of SA's foremost indigenous female singers and a popular artist who is in high demand at festivals and special events. Nancy is a celebrated First Nation’s Australian singer, songwriter, entrepreneur, and 2022 Finalist for the Australian Women in Music’s Humanitarian Award. Four years on the road with Archie Roach have spurred Bates on to become a powerful presence on stage, an advocate for Mental Health, and tireless campaigner for climate action, and human rights. In recent years she has collaborated with many women in prison, turning their experiences of pain and loss into beautiful music. Come and help us celebrate.
Hats (Auburn) Courthouse
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Siobhan Owen in Concert at Hats (Auburn) Courthouse

Saturday 24 June 2023
Be captivated as internationally acclaimed Siobhan Owen, takes you on a musical journey up close and personal at our muti award winning heritage listed venue Heart wrenching traditional Celtic ballads entwined with contemporary Celtic song are woven together with Siobhán’s exquisite, emotive voice and harp. Siobhan holds audiences spellbound as her voice floats across the room . A huge crowd favourite performance not to be missed, just breathtaking.
Hats (Auburn) Courthouse
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A true taste of Ireland comes to the country. Saoirse (Vic)

Saturday 27 May 2023
An award-winning band. Saoirse play the Hats Courthouse stage. Expect delightful vocal harmonies and a highly polished musical performance as they are world class. A concert with Saoirse is both a rewarding and enlightening experience. Singing in both English and Irish (Gaeilge) their heart wrenching ballads and toe tapping gigs and reels and polkas make for a great nights entertainment. Playing both traditional Irish ballads and original work they are a not to be missed event.
Hats (Auburn) Courthouse
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A little touch of Blues & more coming to the Courthouse.

Saturday 6 May 2023
Nick Charles (Victoria) Touring with Mick Peeling (Victoria) Mick Pealing and Nick Charles launch their first duo album “Songs from this town” This is what happens when one of Australia’s finest voices in rock, roots and popular music unites with Australia’s virtuoso of roots guitar? The answer is simply - a sublime mix of acoustic music drawing on two lifetime’s acclaimed careers. Mick Pealing has been the signature voice of iconic Australian bands “Stars” with hit singles and a number one album as well as the front man in the legendary “Spaniards” and “The Ideals”. Nick Charles has been awarded every possible accolade in the blues and roots world, toured the USA 13 times and recorded nearly 20 albums.
Hats (Auburn) Courthouse
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Khristian Mizzi

Saturday 29 April 2023
Award winning Singer Songwriter You could hear a pin drop in the silent wave that sprawls across the audience when Khristian Mizzi begins to sing. His presence both on and off stage projects a unique warmth and a friendly openness. With a 'strong and gentle' voice, and an art for weaving beauty and truth into the words of each song, Khristian Mizzi reaches the hearts of his audiences with performances that are joyful, uplifting, confronting, spiritual, comedic and vulnerable all at once.
Hats (Auburn) Courthouse
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Ami Williamson In Concert at Hats Courthouse (Auburn)

Saturday 25 March 2023
Ami Williamson up close and personal. Ami is the daughter of Australian music icon ,"True Blue" John Williamson A Singer/Songwriter like none other! I cried, I laughed, then both at the same time; one woman show at it’s best” - (SMH) Ex-Opera Australia Singer; Ami Williamson has earned herself an enviable reputation as one of Australia’s leading Singer/Songwriters and has has enjoyed regular headline engagements at all the major festivals. On her first visit to Hats this will be a concert with a difference.
Hats (Auburn) Courthouse
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Kaurna Cronin and band in Concert

Saturday 10 December 2022
Kaurna Cronin is a unique Australian singer-songwriter and folk-rock artist who has split his time between his native Australia, Europe and Canada, warming the hearts of audiences globally. Performing with a live band rooted in the acoustic origins of folk, he is a captivating entertainer who is always seeking to push the genre to new heights. He has a knack for intelligent and heartfelt lyrics in the tradition of folk troubadours who are storytellers first and foremost.
Hats Courthouse Auburn
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On the Couch with Fiona MacIntosh & local Mayor Alan Aughey

Saturday 3 December 2022
A special Hats fundraiser. Bookings Essential. Wine & coffee available to purchase. International bestselling and well known popular published author Fiona MacIntosh has recently just launched her latest book “The Orphans” and travels the world researching and drawing inspiration for her writings. Fiona loves to write to travel and to bake and has raised twin boys so she has many stories to tell. Alan also loves to travel has a wonderful sense of humour and loves nothing more than a good story .There will be a meet & Greet at the end of the night and a light supper served plus the opportunity to purchase Fiona’s latest book just in time for Christmas. So please join us. NB : Not essential but green is the dress code colour of the night to wear. .All proceeds for this night to Hats Inc. A not for profit arts/event organisation towards their 2023 program.
Hats (Auburn) Courthouse
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Broken Creek in Concert (Victoria)

Saturday 26 November 2022
Drawing on Old Time Americana and Celtic traditions, Broken Creek creates intricate chamber folk arrangements for banjo, guitar, violin and voice that reimagines songs, stories and musical traditions from the past to connect them to our present moment. Lachlan Heycox (guitar/banjo/mandolin/percussion) and Erin Heycox (vocals/fiddle) grew up in rural Victoria steeped in bush bands and balladeers before moving to Melbourne. Named for the creek Erin grew up near, the name Broken Creek signals a love of traditional music with an adventurous musical bent to “break” with the same old ways of playing folk music. 2022 sees them releasing their debut album ‘Small Town Anthropologies’ and launching a national Small Town Tour and recording tunes in gorgeous rural locations.
Hats (Auburn) Courthouse
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Courtney Robb with Snooks La Vie

Saturday 12 November 2022
Courtney and Snooks move between the lines of country, folk and blues. Robb’s charged vocal delivery demands something of her listener as the imperfections and fragility of her stories reveal themselves. Together with La Vie's soaring harmonica and captivating vocals, they create a unique and compelling sound, encompassing a soulful pop sensibility that has seen the duo attract the attention of local and interstate music festivals and music lovers alike.
Hats (Auburn) Courthouse
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Bruce Watson in Concert

Saturday 5 November 2022
Bruce is a major Australian songwriter and performer in the folk tradition. Based in Melbourne, he performs around Australia and internationally at festivals, clubs and music venues. His performances are joyful and thoroughly engaging, with witty lyrics and energetic presentation, but also the power to move audiences to tears. He is a masterful craftsman of songs, be they evocative and heart wrenching, or side-splittingly funny. . Not just another songwriter “An Australian folk hero”(The Boite) “the best songwriter I have seen in a long time “Eric Bogle".
Hats (Auburn) Courthouse
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The Linda Ronstadt Story

Saturday 29 October 2022
A Band of simple dreams presents a high-powered authentic tribute to this amazing lady of music Linda Ronstadt. Louise Pearson Adelaide vocalist formed a musical collaboration with some of Adelaide's finest musicians all of whom shared a love of the music of Linda Ronstadt. Members of this band have since been inducted into the SA Music Hall of Fame & Country Music Hall of Fame. So come along and enjoy a great night out under the stars reliving the songs that Linda Ronstadt brought to us.
Auburn Institute hall
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Charm Of Finches in Concert

Saturday 15 October 2022
HATS Presents Charm of Finches (Victoria) "Folk Alliance Australia's 2021 Youth Artist of the Year winners Charm of Finches Sister duo (Mabel & Ivy)from Melbourne have spell binding harmonies and are hitting the road headed for Auburn and Hats Courthouse. Having just returned from sell out overseas performances in UK and Europe they are very keen to be back working in their own country .On their first visit to South Australia this duo have to be seen and heard to be believed.
Hats (Auburn) Courthouse
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The Audreys in Concert

Saturday 8 October 2022
Hats Presents THE AUDREYS in Concert Live at Hats Auburn Courthouse for the very first time. Live favourites and multiple ARIA award winners The Audreys ARE appearing for the very first time together at the Courthouse. Led by sultry songstress Taasha Coates, The Audreys have graced almost every major festival in Australia and played more gigs than they can count. They’ve rocked festivals and clubs in Europe and North America, sold songs to films and tv shows far and wide, written music for live theatre, won awards, hit the charts, gone gold and pawned their very hearts for rock and roll. Book early to not be disappointed limited tickets available.
Hats Auburn Courthouse
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Take me to the river with King & Associates

Thursday 15 September 2022
The seven-piece line up of Kings and Associates presents Take Me To The River; a night of gospel blues honouring the remarkable cultural movement from the 20th century. This music stirred generations with impassioned lyrics expressing the reality of oppression and hope. Featuring artists such as Blind Willie Johnson, Mavis Staples, Skip James and Mississippi John Hurt, Take Me To The River is a performance that inspires leaving audiences feeling like they’ve just had a ‘religious experience'!!
HATs Auburn Courthouse
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Two songbirds Lisa Richards and Jen Lush at the Courthouse.

Saturday 16 July 2022
Canberra based chanteuse Lisa Richards returns to SA coming together with SAs very own Jen Lush and her stellar band. Together their evocative dynamic original songs and music will spread throughout the Courthouse. Songs steeped in musical expressiveness and lyrical succinctness, borrowing from the traditions of folk, blues and jazz .Lisa's songs have appeared on compilations, sharing the track list with heavyweights including Adele, Nina Simone and Corinne Bailey Rae.
Hats Auburn Courthouse
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Bluegrass Junction in Concert at the Courthouse

Saturday 9 July 2022
Bluegrass Junction is South Australia's premier bluegrass band. They have a huge repertoire of bluegrass classics - Bill Monroe, Flatt & Scruggs, to name a few.The band remains faithful to the classic bluegrass sound of the '50s thru the '70s performing the songs and instrumentals that were made famous then, as well as traditional music from the Carter Family, Hank Williams and Old-Time fiddle music. They also play their own original compositions, written in the style of the bluegrass pioneers.
Hats Auburn Courthouse
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Kym Warner in Concert support Meanwhile back at the Ranch

Saturday 7 May 2022
Born in Adelaide, SA, 4x-time Australian Mandolin Champion and multi-instrumentalist/vocalist Kym Warner began his musical journey touring the outback.He spent 5 years touring Australia with Kasey Chambers, Lee Kernaghan, Beccy Cole, Gina Jeffreys, Darren Coggin, Adam Harvey, & Tania Kernaghan before moving to the U.S in 2001. Spending the past 21 years performing and living in the U.S Kym is now relocating back to Oz celebrating with a series of concerts one of which will be at HATs Courthouse.
HATs Auburn Courthouse
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The Commissioners In Concert

Saturday 11 December 2021
Vanuatu’s famous gospel singing group ! Sensational & Uplifting Gospel, Acapella, and Island Songs in glorious harmony, they effortlessly blend close harmonies in a way that comes naturally to them. Drawing on church hymns and gospel, pacific Island folk songs, and regional pop songs The Commissioners are a unique phenomenon, They impress their audiences with the sheer joy of singing together in performances that are powerful, emotional, uplifting, and affirming.
Hats Auburn Courthouse
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Saoirse in Concert at the Courthouse (CANCELLED)

Saturday 20 November 2021
Saoirse has been playing together since 2006, brought together by a common love of beautiful Irish music. An invitation to sing at a fundraiser in Melbourne lead to an instantly formed bond and the band soon followed! Saoirse have worked tirelessly to bring world-class Celtic music to a wider audience,.A Saoirse performance will delight the audience with a little bit of everything Celtic; heartfelt ballads, lively jigs, reels and polkas, original songs, and even a traditional step dance or two!
Hats Auburn Courthouse
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The History of Bluegrass presented by SAs Bluegrass Junction

Saturday 13 November 2021
South Australia's premier bluegrass band, developed from several lifetime's obsessions for old-fashioned, hard-core, high-lonesome bluegrass. Bluegrass Junction plays a big repertoire of bluegrass classics as well as their own original music inspired by the tradition. The band consists of South Australian 'bluegrass royalty’, Trev Warner, Nick Cawthorne,Geoff Bridgland and Stephen Loss. Bluegrass Junction came into being around 1997, however each band member began their music long before this.
Hats Auburn Courthouse
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Tamarisque in Concert

Sunday 31 October 2021
Hugh and Janet Gordon are the heart and soul which make up the band Tamarisque. Fabulously talented musicians who are always ready to give you a wonderful afternoon's entertainment. Originally formed as a family band the children have all now grown up and flown the nest with children of their own but often, they return as special guests to help Mum & Dad out so who knows who might join them on this occasion. Tamarisque has played around the dance halls and music festivals throughout Australia.
Hats Auburn Courthouse
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Germein Sisters rock the Courthouse

Sunday 19 September 2021
Three sisters Georgia (guitar, keys), Ella (bass, electric cello) & Clara Germein (drums). Growing up jamming together on their family farm in South Australia, they have since been turning heads across the globe with their unique brand of organically crafted catchy songs & signature harmonies. Writing, recording & producing their own music - the trio’s distinct sibling magic overflows into their charismatic & euphoric live show - described as nothing short of mesmerising.
Hats Auburn Courthouse
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Sunday arvo with Neil Murray

Sunday 29 August 2021
Maverick song man Neil Murray is touring nationally in 2021. He is a founding member of the pioneering Warumpi Band, which penetrated mainstream Australia with the iconic anthems My Island Home and Blackfella Whitefella, he is now a respected singer/songwriter, with a string of remarkable albums, the most recent being Blood & Longing and Tjungu (all in one, joined together) with Sammy Butcher. His latest single, Keep Rolling On, continues to develop his musicial heritage.
Hats Courthouse
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Dorian Modes (NSW) Unforgettable Tribute to Nat King Cole (CANCELLED)

Saturday 3 July 2021
One of the world's most beloved popular jazz singers Nat King Cole life comes alive with an "Unforgettable" performance by Multi-award-winning Dorian Modes and his swinging Trio. Dorian has been performing this tribute since 2015 to sell out audiences across the country. From Sydney /Melbourne & the Gold Coasts Performing Arts Centre. A lifelong fan Dorian has meticulously researched Nats catalogue to choose iconic original trio arrangements to transcribe and weave into this show.
Hats Auburn Courthouse
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Taasha Coates in Concert at the Hats Courthouse

Saturday 26 June 2021
Singer/Songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Taasha Coates was the voice of multiple ARIA Award-winning folk-rock band The Audreys. Taasha released 4 studio albums with The Audreys then in 2016 she released her debut solo album ' Tasha Coates & her melancholy Sweethearts" produced by Shane Nicholson and released on ABC Music. Taasha performs songs from her solo album and of course a solid dose of Audrey hits.
Hats Courthouse Cultural Centre
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Paula Standing & The Mixed Blessings {"The More I Give")

Saturday 19 June 2021
One of SAs best-kept secrets if you have never seen Paula live in concert before make sure you get along to this one. The Courthouse lends itself perfectly to her beautiful vocals. Immersed in a sea of live music created during her family’s regular ‘front parlor sessions, Paula Standing continues to be impacted by the musical and personal influences in her life.Paula is an established favourite amongst the Australian contemporary indie roots scene. With special guest blues artist Don Morrison.
Hats Auburn Courthouse
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Andrew Clermont & the famous (Tamworth Supper Club) at Hats

Saturday 22 May 2021
Clermont starts his 60th Birthday celebrations with a 40year of music gathering! A reunion of Nuclear Shoes - a New Acoustic group from the early 80s - featuring the living members Gary Coombs on Guitars and Bass & Tim Bailey on Guitar & Banjo. Seasoned inclusion are Janet & Hugh Gordon (Tamarisque) of 25 years with Clermont as well as magician of music Quentin Eyers. Together they will include twin fiddle, twin Mandolins triple guitars music & song from all kinds of lands through to originials.
Hats Courthouse
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First Nations Voices

Saturday 1 May 2021
A special night that transcends time and showcases a chronicle of life & culture. Set in a small intimate venue at the Hats Courthouse Cultural Centre two of Australia’s leading First Nation musicians, Glenn Skuthorpe and Vonda Last, come together with an incredible backing band to share their stories of culture and life. Glenn a Nhunggabarra, Kooma man and International touring singer-songwriter & Vonda, a Wongai woman with over 25 years musical experience as a songwriter & performer.
Hats Courthouse Cultural Centre
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Deta and Rob Rayner from The Beez:

Saturday 24 April 2021
Stranded in Australia!! That´s right! Probably the only international act currently in the country and loving it! Deta C. Rayner (accordion and vocals) and Rob Rayner (guitar and vocals) unwittingly missed the Last Plane Out of Sydney and will be presenting a yodellin´, thigh slappin’, lederhosen wettin´ fest of Beez music featuring the Beatific Beats of their Bavarian Boombox. You´ll thrill to comic classics from the likes of Rammstein and Bonnie Tyler; you´ll tear off that dirndl and shake
Hats Courthouse
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Eric Bogle & band in Concert Under the Stars .

Saturday 10 April 2021
Eric Bogle an internationally known and respected songwriter who has toured the world with his music for almost 40yrs from outback Australia to the streets of New York and many places in between. Eric continues to do the occasional concert as the spirit moves him. A warm and engaging performer he can cut to the heart of the matter with a few well-crafted lines. Joined on the night by Pete Titchener and Emma Luker this will be another stunning not to be missed HATS outdoor concert.
Hats Courthouse ( Garden)
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John Schumann & The Vagabond Crew present The Redgum Years

Saturday 13 February 2021
A special outdoor seated 'under the stars' concert in the grounds of the Hats historic Courthouse in Auburn gateway to the delightful Clare Valley region. The Redgum Years is a concert for all those people who bought the records, who came to Redgum gigs, sat on the floor, listened, and gave the songs life.
Hats Courthouse