RESPECTED MUSICIAN: Ian Moss will perform at the Lismore City Hall, November 23.
RESPECTED MUSICIAN: Ian Moss will perform at the Lismore City Hall, November 23.

What's on: Northern NSW

THE TWEED FOOD FEST

THE Tweed Food Fest is on Saturday, December 1 from 4-11pm. Go to tweedfoodiefest.com.au for more details or to book your table.

CAROLS BY THE COAST

ENJOY a sing-along on Tuesday, December 11 at the Rowan Robinson Park, Kingscliff for the first time. This is Kingscliff Lions Club's traditional Carols By the Sea celebration but now beautiful new surroundings.

It is held from 6pm-9pm and is an evening of community Christmas celebrations led by MC and Conductor Jeff Dart and his Choir the Merry Makers and also includes lots of performances by local schools and performers.

KINGSCLIFF TRIATHLON MULTISPORT WEEKEND

HELD from December 1-2 along Marine Parade Kingscliff, the Kingscliff Triathlon is a fun, family-friendly triathlon for all ages. Phone 1300 282 949.

AT THE MUSEUM

'PASTURES of the Blue Crane' is finally happening. The Tweed Regional Museum and Friends of Pastures of the Blue Crane are very happy to announce a special one off showing of the entire series (2.5hrs with intermission) at the Regent Cinema in Murwillumbah on Sunday, November 25 at 4pm.

Starring Jeanie Drynan as Ryl, Harry Lawrence as Dusty, Harold Hopkins as Perry, supporting cast includes Queenie Ashton, Robert Bruning, Peter McPhie, Arthur Toar, Sheila Kennelly. This 1969 series was shot on the Tweed adapted from Hesba Brinsmead's book.

Tickets are $20 and can be purchased online, go to trybooking.com or at the Regent Cinema go to cinemaregent.com/special-events.html.

SEED LIBRARY EVENT - SUSTAINABLE LIVING

LOOKING for ideas to become more self sufficient? Join us for a presentation with Roman from SpurTopia. Roman will share his families' sustainable-living story to provide information, ideas, inspiration and courage to take the first step.

Bookings essential. Kingscliff library - Thursday, November 22 at 10.30am, phone (02) 6674 1607. Murwillumbah library - Thursday, November 22 at 2pm, phone (02) 6670 2427.

A TASTE OF THE IRISH IN CASINO

A TASTE of Irish Christmas hits the stage at the Casino RSM on November 29. It features stars directly from London's West End.

Witness the World Champions of Irish dance take to the stage for a magical night of tunes, taps and tradition! For more information go to atasteofirelandshow.com.

UNITY EARTH AT BYRON

UNITY Earth Fields of Healing: A Journey of Awakening is a two-day event from November 24-25.

Taking place at the premier location of North Byron Parklands, Fields of Healing aims to bring together an international line-up of artists, activists, musicians, healers and inspirational leaders of many modalities for a unique community experience of deep healing. Go to fieldsofhealing.com.au.

HER SOUND HER STORY

'HER Sound Her Story' is an intimate conversation unveiling the personal experiences, histories and significant social impacts of women in the Australian music industry.

Featuring more than 45 artists spanning six decades, its unique narrative brims with rage, strength, beauty and triumph: a moving and powerful dialogue that extends beyond the music industry. Star Court Theatre, Star Court Arcade, 126 Molesworth St, Lismore on November 21. Phone (02) 6622 5005.

IAN MOSS

RESPECTED as one of Australia's iconic musicians, Ian Moss will perform at the Lismore City Hall on November 23.

While primarily recognised as an axeman of tenacity and sweet melodic sensibility, Ian's distinctive vocal is the essential signature of his soulful, bluesy muse - as it has been since his first tentative foray into music during the early 1970s.

Lismore City Hall, 1 Bounty St. Phone 1300066722.

CAROLS IN THE HEART

LISMORE City Council presents 'Carols in the Heart' a free event on December 9 at Crozier Field with gates opening at 4.30pm.

Come and sing along to some of your favourite Christmas Carols with face painting, jumping castles, fireworks, Santa, and lots, lots more including a wide variety of food and drink stalls.

FEAST FOR ZEPPELIN FANS

WIDELY acclaimed as the best Led Zeppelin band on the planet, No Quarter, The Led Zeppelin Experience is pounding its way from Seattle in the US to the Twin Towns for a show in November. Rolling Stone magazine credited the band for keeping the Zeppelin spirit alive in a 2012 collector's edition of Led Zeppelin. The band has toured the world for more than 15 years, returning the characters of John Bonham, John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page and Robert Plant to the stage in their absolute prime.

Dennis D'Amico, Executive Producer for Paul McCartney, went to see the band play live and says he found himself pleasantly surprised at what he discovered.

"They were terrific, note for note, and the thing that impressed me the most was having a singer that could sing like Robert Plant.

"I've seen legacy bands in the past, especially Led Zeppelin bands, and always the singer is the critical centrepiece, the cornerstone, and usually that's where the bands fail to really hit the mark.

"But they just got it. I was so surprised I am now working with them because I believe they are the best Led Zeppelin tribute band in the world."If you have 'A Whole Lotta Love' for 'Rock and Roll' and all the music of Led Zeppelin, don't miss the chance to see this acclaimed international band, live and loud. At Twin Towns Showroom, Friday, November 23, 8pm (Qld time) tickets are $49.

To book, phone 1800 014 014, go to twintowns.com.au or book on the Twin Towns app.


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