in Front Yard
Seated Live Gigs | Every Saturday from 10pm
Featuring some of the best local live entertainment, we’ve got your Saturday night sorted. It’s time to grab your closest mates and enjoy that long awaited hit of live music.
Strictly no dancing, but you can wriggle in your seat! It’s a love affair between your bum and your chair.
$10pp + booking fee | Unreserved seating with free drink on arrival*
*Tickets must be pre-purchased. Tables cannot be joined together on the evening. Please ensure everyone you wish to seat at your table is included in your booking to avoid being seated separately. Tables are allocated in a first in, best dressed basis.
Saturday 24th October
Fresh off the back of the release of their new song, About Him and a packed show at The Vanguard, Liquid Time are back in their Northern Beaches home town venue. Bringing with them a brand new performance which incorporates some electronic music elements to the set. If you like mind genre bending psych rock blends, then this will be the show for you. Perfectly enjoyed sitting down. Supporting them are Astral Plane. The funkiest five piece on the Northern Beaches that dish out a healthy dose of sax and low slung bass to really get you feeling.
Supported by Astral Plane
Saturday 31st October
Supported by The Assets
Saturday 7th November
Living off Guzman burritos and an affinity for indie pop, Fripps & Fripps crawled out of a local garage and onto Cronulla’s live music scene in early 2015.
With a full course of bangers the lads have delivered sold out appearances on Sydney’s southern fringe, and are back in 2020 with their debut EP; a sun-drenched array of backyard spliff and effortless summer fun.
Supported by Bread Club
Saturday 14th November
In 2017, on the coastal town of Kiama on Pacific Avenue, a four-piece garage rock band was born, blending authentic rock & roll with today’s modern sound. The band stems its influences from the Surf-rock-garage sound, looking up to bands such as Hockey Dad and Skegss.
After a few months of lock down, the boys are back with newly release single ‘My Hero’ and their high energy live show.
Supported by Speaking of Which
Saturday 21st November
Exploding from the South Coast of NSW, CLEWS is the cultivation of two unique creative minds and upbringings featuring sisters Lily and Grace Richardson. The two Mollymook natives were born and raised on the anthemic ballads of the ’90s. Now based in Sydney, the girls are singing big choruses and writing songs that will make your heart explode.
With the release of latest single “Hollywood”, it’s clear CLEWS is mirroring the confidence they’ve found in the live arena.
Supported by Amber Rose
Saturday 28th November
Recently nominated for ‘Best Live Act’ in the FBi SMAC Awards, The Buoys came in swinging for 2019 releasing singles ‘Inside Outside’ and ‘Gold’ both of which received airtime on the likes of Triple J, FBi and 4ZZZ and ‘Gold’ being premiered on Triple J Good Nights.
After a huge national tour with DZ Deathrays and hitting the festival circuit, The Buoys have just release they’re high energy EP “All this Talking Get’s Us Nowhere” and are gearing up to take the stage at Park House this November.
Supported by Clouder