Ticketed Events

The Whitlams

Saturday 23 June

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Doors 7.30pm
SS&A Auditorium
Tickets $45 | 18+

The Whitlams will tour nationally in their classic four-piece configuration to bring their 25th year to a rowdy finale. Starting the anniversary year in May 2017 selling out concert halls in each state capital with 60 piece orchestras, they end it with a jaunt through their favourite pub and small theatre gigs around the country.  They are ditching the conductor and the charts, and are back to the common muscle-memory of 1000 shows and six albums.

The Whitlams’ line up of Tim Freedman on piano and vocals, Jak Housden on guitar, Warwick Hornby on bass and Terepai Richmond on drums will be delivering the sort of sprawling, rambunctious set they have become famous for.


Regurgitator

Sunday 5 August

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Doors 7pm
SS&A Auditorium
Tickets $35 | 18+

They’re a punk bad at heart, and one of the finest this country has ever produced (Beat Magazine December 2012).

Never ones to compromise or shy away from the unusual, the untried, or any genre that infects their creative sensibility… more than ever they continue to infuse their irregular live performances with exuberance, mania and their mashedup motion of rock, punk, electro, funk, pop, wherever it goes vibe.

Featuring support from Glitoris! Four fearless female musicians who roar through uncompromising, unapologetic and unforgettable punk rock shows. Having kicked off the year with a headline slot at Sydney’s Psych Fest and an 8-night New Zealand Fringe Festival residency with Sound & Fury, Glitoris are ready to bring their theatrical brand of punk mayhem on the road, and to the SS&A!


Isaac Butterfield

Thursday 16 August

Doors 7.30pm
SS&A Auditorium
Tickets $35.95 | 18+

Isaac Butterfield takes his long awaited debut Australian Comedy Tour ‘Bad For Your Health’ across the country in 2018!

Five years after starting his stand up career in pubs and clubs performing to crowds of as little as 3 people and as many as 800, Butterfield has put together his favorite jokes that might just be ‘Bad For Your Health!’

Boasting an impressive 400,000 followers, over 20 million video views and a total of four real life friends – Butterfield has been preparing for this show since he can remember. From the days of rocking a double chin in high school to the present days of rocking “the greatest beard ever seen by mankind” (a quote from him), this modest man can’t wait to make you laugh, cry and hopefully not ask for your money back.

Hailing from a small beach community in NSW, Butterfield covers all the topics that would otherwise get him fired from any normal job and be on the front page of Buzzfeed.


Border Choral Choir

Saturday 18 August – Sunday 19 August

Doors 7pm/2.30pm
SS&A Auditorium
Tickets $25

Sat 18 August, Doors 7pm

Sun 19 August, Doors 2.30pm

Two day Choir Entrant Pass

The Rotary Club of Albury North partnering with SS&A Albury and The Murray Conservatorium will be hosting a very exciting Choral event on 18 and 19 August 2018 at the SS&A Auditorium with special guest, Choral Conductor Jonathon Welch AM well renowned as the founder of “The Choir of Hard Knocks”. We are involving community, church and school choirs with workshop and concert opportunities, the aim of the event is to raise funds for the “Wewak Special School MUSICABILITY program”. Choirs and individuals are welcome to participate with more information visit our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/borderchoralvoice/

Concert tickets give general admission access to view the concert on the chosen day.

Choir Entrant single day passes give access to workshops from 9am to noon and concert on the same day. Choir Entrant two day passes give access to workshops from 9am to noon on both days and participation in two concerts, Saturday 18 August, doors 7pm and Sunday 19 August, doors 2.30pm.