YACHT ROCK (Featuring Barry Leef & Peter Northcote) - Sunday Lunch Show
YACHT ROCK (Featuring Barry Leef & Peter Northcote) - Sunday Lunch Show
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YACHT ROCK (Featuring Barry Leef & Peter Northcote) - Sunday Lunch Show

(Celebrating 25 Year of The Brass Monkey)
Brass Monkey (Cronulla, NSW)
Sunday, 20 October 2024 12:30 PM
93 days away
18 Plus
Adult
Music
Rock

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Doors open 1pm / Music starts Approx 2pm / Price is per person & a barcoded ticket each will be issued / Venue contact - brassmonkeycronulla@gmail.com  / Menu - http://brassmonkey.com.au/menu/
Meal & Show - Table of 2 - 18+
$95.80
$95.80
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Meal & Show - Table for 3 - 4 - 18+
$95.80
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Meal & Show - Table for 5-8 / 18+
$95.80
$95.80
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Meal & Show - Bench Seating - 18+
$95.80
Seating along the bar on high back stools - Stage view will be unobstructed
$95.80
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Show Only - No Seating Provided - 18+
$40.20
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Cruise to the grooves of the 70s and 80s with Barry Leef and his all-star band featuring Peter Northcote and a who’s who of the finest musicians on board who pay tribute to the West Coast Sound know as Yacht Rock

Performing all the smooth Hits of the 70’s & 80’s: The Doobie Brothers, Boz Scaggs, Hall & Oates, Steely Dan, Christopher Cross, Toto, Dr. Hook, Little River Band and More

Witness the smooth R&B sensibilities, the layered vocal harmonies and amazing musicianship that made Yacht Rock popular from the mid-1970s to the early 1980s and now a fresh resurgence in 2023 as real live music rules the land While the 70’s and '80s are long gone, the sounds of Yacht Rock still floats on.