The Victoria Bathurst is transitioning into a hive of live entertainment once again, with a large host of music and cultural events scheduled for the coming weeks.
Monthly open mic events are set to return once a month on Tuesdays from November 16, monthly classic album events are returning to their rightful place on Thursdays, and live music will continue to keep patrons happy on Friday and Saturday nights.
The Victoria brand an marketing manager Meg McKenna said the return of events across October and November will lead into big summer plans at the venue.
"We renovated The Backyard during lockdown, and are confident the space will be an ideal summer location to enjoy great food, drinks and entertainment," Ms McKenna said.
"Everyone's keen to get back to some form of normality, and we can't wait to continue welcoming the community back for some quality live entertainment."
Local musicians rostered to perform at the venue over the next few weeks include Soul Food [October 28], Clare Moore and Mark Adams [November 5], Jazzy Gold [November 12], Ska-ramouche [November 13], Deany and Izzy [November 19] and James Van Cooper [November 20].
Ms McKenna said the venue is also preparing to launch the 'Backyard Sunset Series' to further complement the venue's live music offerings.
"We're so thrilled to be able to bring highly skilled musicians to our venue and region that can be paired with our talented local musicians and vendors as support; it is a great opportunity for everyone involved within our community," she said.
"We are in awe to see how far we've come in a short two and a half years [plus a few lockdowns], and can't wait for 2022's live music roster to be released."
The line-up for the 'Backyard Sunset Series' will be announced in November, and take place from January to March.
Weekly trivia is also set to commence at Little Alberts from Wednesday, October 27, to be hosted by Alex Thompson.
Ms McKenna said accommodation bookings have already filled up for next month in anticipation for the resumption of regional travel on November 1.
"There'll be something on nearly every day of the week," she said.
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