Enjoy Mannik at the Aussie Hotel, Mister Fixit at Flanagan's Irish Bar or country music at the Sir Ian McLennan Centre.February 22, 2013 4:04am
Aussie Hotel. Mannik. Phone 5821 4011.
Barooga Sports Club. Step Back. Phone 5873 4448.
Shepparton RSL. Mystical Groove. Phone 5821 3124.
Flanagan’s Irish Bar. Brook Chivell. Phone 5821 9955.
Aussie Hotel. Daisy Chainsaw. Phone 5821 4011.
Barooga Sports Club. Black Water – Doobie Brothers Tribute Band. Phone 5873 4448.
Flanagan’s Irish Bar. Mister Fixit. Phone 5821 9955.
Peppermill Inn. Briana Lee. Phone 5823 1800.
Mooroopna Golf Club. Mystical. Phone 5825 2834.
Sir Ian McLennan Centre. Country Music with Bec Hance and walk-up artists. Phone 0438 574 553.
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