The North Coast Halls Project – more music in local halls

A growing number of local halls are holding music events.

Community halls are wonderful spaces for listening to music. 

Music brings people together and helps keep our culture and communities thriving. 

For musicians it is good for their art and their bank balance. 

Halls also benefit: make money, increase bookings and community involvement.

Imagine a viable hall circuit for musicians….

That is why Music Collective is trying to support more music in local halls. 

Music Collective 

  • created a directory of halls (40 so far)
  • created resources to support people wanting to hear more music in their halls
  • will actively get involved in helping hall committees, musicians, music clubs, bring more music into community halls

 

Look at the directory

Add a free profile of a hall    Your local hall not on the list? It takes 5 mins

Read a guide      to see what some halls are doing and how to have a go yourself.

Ask for help       to get started

 

Check out what is happening in these North Coast Halls

Tintenbar Up Front – open mics and other music shows twice a month

Hot Club Kempsey dedicated to bringing live music to the Macleay Valley

Volunteer run Wauchope Community Arts host musicians of the highest calibre

A remote country hall (Upper Lansdowne) hosts regular music events

Swaino’s Supper  Club in Mylestom Hall. Great music, great food.

Fifteen Minutes Of Fame, Stokers Siding – long running 15 Minutes of Fame, and other events

Rous unplugged – monthly open mic and other music events

Marvell Hall Byron Bay – beginning to host more music

FROM LITTLE THINGS…

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