The Lookout House Concerts
Local and touring musicians in intimate house concert setting in Blackheath, NSW
The Lookout House Concert series aims to provide a supportive and inclusive environment for local and touring artists to perform in intimate house concert settings. Typically on a Saturday or Sunday evening, the house concerts include a featured act, as well as floor spot opportunities, light supper/tapas and a chance to mingle with friends old and new. Entry is by a nominal donation, to support the artists.
Concerts will be advertised here, and via the facebook page.
Check out the shows below, and look forward to seeing you soon at The Lookout!
Seating and capacity is limited (25 max), so bookings are advised. You will receive the venue address, and any other information about the show, at the time of booking. If for any reason you need to cancel, please let the host know, so that tickets can be reallocated. For bookings, enquiries etc. please contact Craig at thelookouthouseconcerts(at)gmail.com.
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September 2023 - Valley Road (duo) and Jess Parker (Vic)
The inaugural show of the Lookout House Concert series features not one but two wonderful acts. Valley Road and Jess Parker are making their NSW debuts, fresh off the Hume Highway all the way from Central Victoria. Join us for an intimate evening of country/folk/blues-infused stories and songs. Both Valley Road and Jess Parker are celebrating the release of their latest singles and are excited to bring them to Blackheath!
Valley Road is a folk duo of two friends, Marty Mckenna and Rebecca Jane Howell, who have been singing together for over a decade, creating a rare kind of magic when they take to the stage. Known for their heart-rending harmonies and intricate guitar playing, they weave their experiences into songs of people and place, bringing an Australian perspective to their diverse folk influences.
Summoning the dark folk spirits from her home in the Victorian Goldfields and making them dance to sweet country blues, guitar picker Jess Parker has been sharing her stories state-wide for the past 8 years. Gearing up to release her 4th album 'Wholesome Prison Blues' in autumn of 2024, Jess is thrilled to be bringing her freshest batch of stories to NSW for the very first time.
When: Sunday September 17th 6:30pm (doors), music 7pm - 9pm
Entry: $15 donation