in Front Yard
FREE Live Gigs | Every Saturday from 10pm
Come and celebrate the dance floor with us and some of the best local live entertainment, we’ve got your Saturday night sorted.
Saturday 24th April
Supported by Aloe VeraRSVP
Saturday 1st May
Astral Plane are a Northern Beaches based band who write and play a variety of fresh tunes that blend Alternative, Indie, Soul and even Jazz to create a signature, almost sensual sound.
Supported by Silky RoadsRSVP
Saturday 8th May
Pasiflorez is a 3 piece from far & wide residing in Byron Bay. Since their last E.P release in May the boys have been grinding on tours up the East Coast. Embark on their psych & groove voyage with ease and content and let the sonic endeavour convey you to your utopia when they come to Park House.
Supported by LipglossRSVP
Saturday 15th May
The Assets are an alt/psych/indie-rock concoction composed of six mates from Northern Sydney. The Assets emphasise performance authenticity in their live shows and quality song-craft in their compositions. Having been tucked away writing and recording for the better half of 2020, the sextet are beyond excited to release their debut EP in the early half of 2021.
Supported by Finn AllenRSVP
Saturday 22nd May
After bursting onto Sydney’s music scene with a string of gigs and the release of their debut single ‘What Am I Supposed To Do’, a global pandemic and country-wide lockdown forced the JIMZ off the stage and into the studio. The result: three unique singles more successful than the last, and a fan base that is growing every day.
SLIM JIMZ’ latest single, ‘In The Air’, is a funky, energetic follow-up to the soaring melody of ‘Fly Away’, and has been an immediate favourite with the JIMZ crowd.
Supported by Shark Bay DazyRSVP
Saturday 29th May
The Dolphin Show are a quirky hard-rock-punk-outfit band hailing from the northern end of Sydney.
The band was born in Sydney by four 18-year old boys, jamming in a damp garage. Though the band has changed a lot over the last five years (with new members and a more complex sound), the grittiness of The D Show and it’s following remains today.
Supported by The Bleeding LizardsRSVP