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The Dreggs - Concert

Where: Nightquarter, 201/8 The Avenue, Birtinya, Queensland

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • General Admission: $49.90 ea
  • Buy Tickets – 1300 264 448
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Listed by: office7p3

The Dreggs are beyond excited to announce their biggest hometown show yet, an All Ages event at Nightquarter on Saturday 18 September!

And it is a stacked line up with Sydney's Sons Of The East, Felipe Baldomir, Michael Dunstan and Dusty Boots also joining the line-up for an indie folk extravaganza.

The last 12 months for The Dreggs has seen an explosion in their loyal fanbase with 100% increases in social media followers and Spotify listeners off the back of six well-received single/EP releases.
With two acoustic guitars, a foot-stomp, and a driving beat, the duo have recently sold out a national tour and are fast consolidating their place in the growing folk scene

With a fresh new single in “Fool Me”, Sydney’s Sons Of The East will be bringing their dose of irresistible folky sunshine and cheer to their very first appearance on the Gold Coast.

The band’s motley acoustic/electric sounds has become a unique and charismatic trademark with songs like Into The Sun, My Repair and Come Away becoming classics with over 70 million streams between them.

A debut album is looming on the horizon for the back end of 202.

Michael Dunstan is a pensive folk writer from Western Australia, with a peaceful focus on all things bigger than us. Born and raised in the quaint Wheatbelt of WA, his laid-back attitude and preference for a slower pace of life is exemplified in his music, which is rooted in a mix of traditional folk and relaxed surf-rock styles. To date, the releases have loyally garnered in excess of 7 million streams on Spotify alone.