‘With this newly stocked bottleshop at the Beach Hotel you don’t have to worry about maintaining a constant supply of great beers and alcoholic beverages throughout the night. You can discover many local popular brands in this bottleshop; however, if you are looking for something a little special for tonight then try their international selection of beers that have been sourced from all over the world.
Where: 4 Bay Street, Byron Bay NSW 2481
The Scott Day Vee Duo
The Scott Day Vee Duo is set to kick off the Beach Hotel’s festivities at 5pm. Expanding on Scott’s solo act, Si Lamb completes this duo with his smooth vocals and bass. Their set list includes unique acoustic covers of songs from Jack Johnson, John Butler and Pete Murray. The beauty of the Beach Bottle is that you don’t have to walk far to order another round for your mates and your beer isn’t going to get warm before you arrive back for some more live entertainment.
Gig details: starting at 5pm
The Northern Bottleshop
Located on Byron Street, the Northern Bottleshop is considered to have one of the largest selections of beer and over 250 ciders from all over the local area, country and globe. This extension of the Great Northern Hotel conveniently has everything in one place with beer, live gigs and food – what more could you ask for? If you’re not a beer lover then get lost in a choice of over 500 wines, that can make the decision just that little bit harder, before you decide to head to the live gig on the other side of The Great Northern Hotel.
Where: 35 – 43 Jonson Street, Byron Bay 2481
These Byron Bay locals are making waves with their unique sounding indie rock band featuring tonight at the Northern Hotel. Following their set at Falls Festival in Byron Bay earlier this year, this band has definitely been one to watch with big things in the works, so why not see them for free at The Great Northern Hotel tonight. Head out tonight, support your local musicians and wet your whistle while doing so.
Gig details: starting at 9pm
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