Shearers’ Ball

Come along to the Shearers’ Ball to enjoy a great night’s dancing with Paverty Bush Band, Canberra’s premium bush band.
Paverty plays Australian folk music – an eclectic mix of traditional and original songs, ballads and instrumentals with country, blues, rock, bluegrass, skiffle and jug band influences.

Shearers’ Balls have been around in regional Australia for a long time. Traditionally, they were usually held at the end of the shearing season before itinerant shearers moved away for a well-earned break or for other work.

No experience is required, no need to bring a partner, all dances will be called and taught on the night so just come along in less formal colonial gear or smart casual dress and comfortable shoes and join in the fun.


When:  Saturday, 30 March 2019

Band:   Paverty Bush Band with calling by Bob Buckley

Where: Canberra Baptist Church Hall
11 Currie Crescent ,   Kingston     Location

All dances start at 8pm till 11.30pm and please bring a plate for supper.

Great Value
Adult entry: $19    Groups and concessions: $17    MFS members: $14    Students: Half Price    Under 18s free






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