Live at NightQuarter

Event Date : 24 February 2018 4:00 pm

How to get there


Ride the G: to Helensvale station. From here, head upstairs and use the overpass to cross to the entrance of Helensvale train station. NightQuarter is across the road.

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FRIDAY 23RD FEBRUARY

MARSHALL OKELL

Marshall grew up on the NSW far North Coast area of Byron Bay and was aptly named after two of music’s greatest rock/bluesmen (Jimi ‘Marshall’ Hendrix and Johnny ‘Dawson’ Winter) Marshall Dawson Okell was born on April 13th, 1979, into a Rock n Roll arena, with a guitar case for a crib. His father Glenn was a Melbourne based rock-n-roll guitarist who nourished his son’s musical appetite with Hendrix, Winter, Waters, Little Feat and AC/DC. Don’t miss when he takes The Backyard stage this February! 

FRIDAY 24RD FEBRUARY

TIM HART

Tim Hart has a thing for honesty and convictions. As the drummer of insanely popular folk-rock band Boy & Bear, the majority of Hart’s musical life is spent behind the drum kit – touring the world, singing back-up vocals, and contributing songwriting to the award-winning Sydney group’s beloved songs and spirit. But for his second album, The Narrow Corner, concept was shunted aside for life experience. Hear his new songs, live and intimate, at The Narrow Corner tour at NightQuarter!

SATURDAY 24TH FEBRUARY

MATTY ROGERS

As soon as Matty Rogers opens his mouth, his husky vocals will win you over. As a singer/songwriter, Matty Rogers has been creating and performing his original music throughout Australia for the last 12 years and his unique blend of blues, folk, and rock has seen him perform alongside some of the best in business. An established song writer he is, with deep lyrics and amazing music. His songs will get into your head and never get out. Don’t miss when he takes The Backyard stage this February!

NightQuarter is open every Friday and Saturday from 4:00–10:00 pm
Music | Markets | Food | Fashion
1 Town Centre Drive, Helensvale (opposite the Helensvale Train Station)
$3 entry / Kids Under 12 Free