Cherry Bar announces more gigs as they continue to lead live music’s revival

Cherry Bar announces more gigs as they continue to lead live music’s revival

Pierce Brothers
Photo: Dara Munnis.
Words by Tom Parker

Great news!

Cherry Bar have announced some additional live gigs for those who missed out on the venue’s groundbreaking return shows with Phil Para and Kim Salmon. A limited number of fans were able to witness the respective local music legends perform across two sessions and similar restrictions will be in place when the next shows go ahead.

Cherry have revealed that Pierce Brothers, Black Cab and Eugene Hamilton will be the next artists taking to the stage, kicking off with cabaret luminary Hamilton performing on Wednesday July 1.

Experimental rockers Black Cab will then appear on Saturday July 4 before revered indie-folk duo Pierce Brothers get involved on Wednesday July 8. Each night will be split up into two sessions with the first commencing at 7pm and the next at 10pm.

Purchase a ticket to the early show and you’ll get the show, dinner courtesy of renowned Italian restaurant Tazio, three drinks including cocktails, some Cherry Bar merch and permanent access to the show’s live stream. The later show has all the same perks but with a grazing board instead of dinner service.

If you can’t make a physical appearance to the shows, you can watch them via live stream with the digital performance kicking off from 8pm for each show.

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Grab tickets or purchase live stream access to Cherry Bar’s next live gigs via the venue website.

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