Lucky day after all as live music returns

FRIDAY the 13th is a lucky day for live music with The Granville Centre hosting a talented lineup of indigenous artists as part of November’s Great Southern Nights Music Festival.

Darug singer and songwriter Stacy Jane Etal kicks off the show at 5pm, followed by Barkaa at 5.35pm; Yulugi – a collaboration between Gumaroy Newman and Keyna Wilkins – at 6.20pm; and rapper, drummer and composer, Dobby, closing the event at 7.20pm.
On Friday, November 20, Arabic music ensemble Dandana will light up the performance space from 5pm to 8pm; with a fabulous female lineup featuring Akala Newman, Spvrrow, Mirrah and A Girl on Friday, November 27.
Ready to walk under a ladder, live music is also back at Sydney Olympic Park with Vintage Allsorts presenting Sarah O’Connor plus Queenie and the Cavaliers at Abattoir Blues from 7pm to 10pm on Friday, November 13.
Ribs ‘n’ Rumps will host Mary Heart followed by Eamon Dilworth and the Crawfish Po’ Boys on Saturday, November 14, from 7pm to 10pm.
The Festival also includes shows at Abattoir Blues with Steve Edmonds and Drey Rollan on Friday, November 20, and Lauren Neko, GabZak and Speed Queen on Friday, November 27; as well the Armory Theatre with Worlds Collide on Sunday, November 22, and The Morrisons and Kid Hank on Sunday, November 29.
All events are held in line with Covid-19 safety guidelines and patrons are asked to register on entry and adhere to social distancing while inside. Details and tickets,