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Bungwahl Hall

WE OWN THE HALL VOL. 5

Sat 30th Nov 2019, 5:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Price

$15 - $30 AUD + BF

$15 - $30 AUD + BF

Bungwahl Hall

WE OWN THE HALL VOL. 5

Date and Time

Sat 30th Nov 2019, 5:30 pm - 10:00 pm
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Location

Bungwahl Hall
2473 The Lakes Way

Event description

WE OWN THE HALL - VOL 5 - FLIGHT HAWK

November 30, 5:30pm - 10pm. BUNGWAHL HALL. 

WHAT WILL WE HEAR? Newcastle's finest art-rock collective Flight Hawk. This secretive band draw inspiration from objects that are not easily seen in the mortal realm. Band leader Zackari Watt's former band "THE HAUNTINGLY BEAUTIFUL MOUSEMOON" reunited at GUMBALL 2019 to the direct joy of their feverish fanbase.

In short, this will be the most audacious rocking art project to ever hit Bungwahl. Expect projections, blow-up decorations, high falseto singing, possibly smoke machines. Expect to be moved. Expect the unexpected.  

WHO'S INVITED? Everyone! This is a community event to financially support one of the oldest buildings in our area. Old, young, crawling. We welcome everyone. 

Adult tickets (over 17) are $30 and children get in for $15. For your money you'll get a delicious dinner from Melting Pot catering and see FLIGHT HAWK play a kick-ass show. 

WHY DO WE PARTY? The Bungwahl Hall is community owned and we need to pay for it to stay in community hands. The best way to show your support for the hall is to buy a ticket and have a good time on November 30, easy.  

BUS TRANSPORT We have a charter bus service for transport to and from the event. The shuttle leaves Forster Information Center at 5pm, the Blueys Beach shops at 5:30pm, it'll be at Smiths Lake shops at 5:45pm. The bus will do a return loop of the spots it picked up from.  

Refund Policy

No refunds

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Date and Time

Sat 30th Nov 2019, 5:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Location

Bungwahl Hall
2473 The Lakes Way

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Bungwahl Hall

CONTACT ORGANISERVIEW PROFILE

The Bungwahl Hall was built in 1914. In 2017, the MidCoast Council gave ownership of the hall to the Bungwahl & District Progress Association. Funds raised through events at Bungwahl Hall keep the hall in community ownership.