How to get there
Ride the G: to Broadbeach South Station, catch the 777 Bus (Airport) to Nobby Beach Shops, then it's a short walk to Cambus Wallace.
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From Thursday March 14 until Sunday March 17, the two venues will be hosting an epic weekend filled with food and drink, live music, an Irish whiskey seminar and in-house games across both venues.
For the vitals: They’ll be featuring classic dishes from the Emerald Isle (think house-baked Irish Soda Bread, Irish Stew, Steak and Guinness Pie with peas and mash, and Oated-Apple crumble just to name a few), alongside some local beer offerings and a selection of Ireland’s finest tipples. Think dark beers akin to Guinness (from Currumbin Valley Brewing and Black Hops), Young Henry’s and Jameson’s boilermakers and Irish Coffees to boot!
For the ear’s: Enjoy live music from Joshy Dredz, Free the Genie, Captain Fezza, RedLikeFire and Stephen Lovelight. As well as the traditional Irish folk and blues, there will be vinyl DJ’s spinning wax until late.
For the mind: You can also join The Scottish Prince for a special Introduction to Irish Whiskey seminar hosted by The Captain. If the aforementioned isn’t yet enough for the ole’ ‘ear to ear’, there will even be a dartboard challenge running each day, with the best of the best stacking up against each other at The Scottish Prince for the finals come Sunday!
Tickets for the challenge are sure to go faster than you can sink a pint, so make sure to book early. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or get in contact via socials to reserve your spot.