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Dig the dust

It’s been almost two years and Dig The Dust is finally returning to the Settlers Tavern stage on Friday May 6th.

The band will perform a medley of covers alongside hits from their 2019 debut album “Feels Like Home.”

The stage is set for a high-energy show of a wide variety of genres and styles across the decades, with reimagined versions of classics, including those unexpected 80s songs without the 80s production.

Free admission / Start of the show at 9 p.m.

Dig The Dust finally returns to Settlers Tavern this Friday after a two-year absence from the iconic Margaret River venue.

Perth International Jazz Festival

With an exceptional line-up specially curated to bring some of Perth’s finest jazz musicians to some of Western Australia’s finest venues, the tour begins at the Margaret River District Club on Friday 6th May in partnership with Arts Margaret River.

Enjoy a superb selection of WA’s finest jazz artists, including the Gemma Farrell Quintet and the Lucy Iffla Quartet.

Tickets ($30) can be reserved through the Arts Margaret River box office. Visit artsmargaretriver.com or call 9758 7316.

wild water women

Wild water women gather to share the art of bathing (how far is entirely up to you) at Melaleuca Beach, Gracetown.

Silver Queens to Teens and Intermediates.

Bring your booty in all its glory, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.

A supportive space to be exactly who you are and meet other like-minded women.


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