Sat. Jan. 28 – Acoustic Jam with Pirate Brides

Apollonian Hotel Jam Tarts

The Sunshine Coast is blessed to have some of the best musicians in Australia living here. Come along and hear local musicians getting together to make acoustic music and have a heap of fun doing it.

Pirate Brides will be leading the jam and conclude the jam with a short performance.

With a repertoire spanning acoustic originals, bluegrass, contemporary folk and old -time, these seasoned performers combine great four-part vocals with tasty guitar, accordion, mandolin, clawhammer banjo, autoharp and double bass. Audiences love their foot-tapping, infectious and unpretentious approach, leaving the gig well satisfied and humming the songs as they stroll back into the real world.

Website: http://www.piratebrides.com//

Onlookers are most welcome. If you play an instrument come along and join in (players at all levels welcome). Acoustics instruments only.

Details: Jam 3.00 pm to 5.00 pm, followed by a performance from 5.00 pm to 6.00 pm by Pirate Brides.

Where: Apollonian Hotel, Laguna Street, Boreen Point – Map – about a 20 minute drive from Noosa Beach.

Come early for lunch or stay afterwards for dinner – Noosa’s historic Apollonian Hotel offers an excellent pub-style menu – plus wide cool verandahs in summer, open fireplaces in winter, all in a rainforest setting with lawns where children can play.

Have a drink and stay overnight in the hotel’s unique former railway worker’s accommodation

For info contact Neil Murray 0409 453 032 or email nmurray@exemail.com.au

Sun. Jan. 8 – Spit Roast with Passionfruit Fools

On a musical journey from Melbourne, this unique duo are full of energy, and have a great time while they play, which usually means others do too.

Come along and enjoy some fabulous harmony vocals and a smorgasboard of musical styles and instruments. Peter and Wendy present an eclectic mix of musical styles, including swing, blues, country, bluegrass, Hawaiian and Motown, playing guitar, fiddle, mandolin, banjo, ukulele and a big bold double bass.

Website: http://passionfruitfools.com/

The Apollonian’s famous spit roast is always a favourite. Popular with locals and visitors alike. A wood fired spit-roast is prepared in our rustic bush kitchen. Large platters of salad, hot potatoes and damper complete this popular meal … be sure to book early for this unique dining experience.

When: 12.00 noon to 2.00 pm.

Where: Apollonian Hotel, Laguna Street, Boreen Point – Map – about a 20 minute drive from Noosa Beach.

Booking: ESSENTIAL – To make a reservation call us on 07 5485 3100 between 10.00 am and 10.00 pm any day.

Sat. Jan. 7 – Acoustic Jam with Passionfruit Fools

Apollonian Hotel Jam Tarts

The Sunshine Coast is blessed to have some of the best musicians in Australia living here. Come along and hear local musicians getting together to make acoustic music and have a heap of fun doing it.

Passionfruit Fools (Peter Hisco and Wendy Jackson) will be leading the jam and conclude the jam with a short performance. On a musical journey from Melbourne, this unique duo are full of energy, and have a great time while they play, which usually means others do too.

Come along and enjoy some fabulous harmony vocals and a smorgasboard of musical styles and instruments. Peter and Wendy present an eclectic mix of musical styles, including swing, blues, country, bluegrass, Hawaiian and Motown, playing guitar, fiddle, mandolin, banjo, ukulele and a big bold double bass.

Website: http://passionfruitfools.com/

Onlookers are most welcome. If you play an instrument come along and join in (players at all levels welcome). Acoustics instruments only.

Details: Jam 3.00 pm to 5.00 pm, followed by a performance from 5.00 pm to 6.00 pm by Passionfruit Fools.

Where: Apollonian Hotel, Laguna Street, Boreen Point – Map – about a 20 minute drive from Noosa Beach.

Come early for lunch or stay afterwards for dinner – Noosa’s historic Apollonian Hotel offers an excellent pub-style menu – plus wide cool verandahs in summer, open fireplaces in winter, all in a rainforest setting with lawns where children can play.

Have a drink and stay overnight in the hotel’s unique former railway worker’s accommodation

For info contact Neil Murray 0409 453 032 or email nmurray@exemail.com.au

Sat. Dec.17 – Acoustic Jam

Apollonian Hotel Jam Tarts

The Sunshine Coast is blessed to have some of the best musicians in Australia living here. Come along and hear local musicians getting together to make acoustic music and have a heap of fun doing it.

Local band Grass Roots (Terry Contini, Terry Cook, Neil Murray, Bunjie Nicols & Phoebe Rainer) will be leading the jam and conclude the Blackboard concert with a short performance.

Onlookers are most welcome. If you play an instrument come along and join in (players at all levels welcome). Acoustics instruments only.

Details: Jam 2.00 pm to 3.30 pm, followed by a Blackboard Concert from 3.30 pm to 5.00 pm (contact Neil on 0409 453 032 to book a spot), concluding with a short performance by Grass Roots.

Where: Apollonian Hotel, Laguna Street, Boreen Point – Map – about a 20 minute drive from Noosa Beach.

Come early for lunch or stay afterwards for dinner – Noosa’s historic Apollonian Hotel offers an excellent pub-style menu – plus wide cool verandahs in summer, open fireplaces in winter, all in a rainforest setting with lawns where children can play.

Have a drink and stay overnight in the hotel’s unique former railway worker’s accommodation

For info contact Neil Murray 0409 453 032 or email nmurray@exemail.com.au

Sat. Dec. 3 – Acoustic Jam

The Sunshine Coast is blessed to have some of the best musicians in Australia living here. Come along and hear local musicians getting together to make acoustic music and have a heap of fun doing it.

Local Bluegrass band Grass Roots, will be leading the jam and concluding with a short performance.

Onlookers are most welcome. If you play an instrument come along and join in (players at all levels welcome). Acoustics instruments only.

When: 3.00 pm to 5.00 pm on the first and third Saturday of the month.
Where: Apollonian Hotel, Laguna Street, Boreen Point – Map – about a 20 minute drive from Noosa Beach.

Stay afterwards for dinner – Noosa’s historic Apollonian Hotel offers an excellent pub-style menu – plus wide cool verandahs in summer, open fireplaces in winter, all in a rainforest setting with lawns where children can play.

Have a drink and stay overnight in the hotel’s unique former railway worker’s accommodation.

For info contact Lou Paynter 0418 744 899 or email apollonian_hotel@bigpond.com