Wolfe Brothers Country Pub Chorus

Wolfe Brothers Country Pub Chorus 

Tues 6 July | 6pm  |  Longley International Hotel  |  All ages  |  $20

The Wolfe Brothers at Longley Hotel

 

Gather your mates, bring the family, and don’t forget to pack a puffer jacket –  join in the chorus at the Longley International Hotel. Local legends, Tom and Nick Wolfe, are going to lead an epic sing-a-long of favourite country pub classics.

The Wolfe Brothers

 

The revered country duo, comprised of brothers Nick and Tom Wolfe, have become renowned over the past few years for their jaw-dropping live shows and slow-but-steady ascent to Australian country music’s upper echelon. Part of their rise has been due to talent, and a lot of it due to hard work. But the truth is that music is in The Wolfe Brothers’ blood. “We come from four generations of farmers and musicians,” Nick explains. Their father, the man who encouraged them to start playing and helped facilitate their first shows in their early teens, was a rock drummer. His father played saxophone, touring around Tasmania with a family band. And his father — Nick and Tom’s great-grandfather — was a fiddle player. So to say that The Wolfe Brothers’ story begins anywhere except four generations ago would be disingenuous; it would be ignoring the tides of history.

If the musical gene was already in Nick and Tom’s DNA, it was their parents who brought it to full bloom. Their father guided Nick to the guitar and Tom to the piano, perhaps with “the intention of starting a band with us,” as Tom says. And their mother filled the family home with music, exposing her children to 90s country staples like Garth Brooks and Billy Ray Cyrus. It was almost an inevitability that the Wolfe family home would produce two of Australia’s finest country musicians.

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* Please note that whilst under 18s are welcome at this venue, due to licensing laws they will need to vacate the venue by 9pm.

VENUE: Longley International Hotel

MASKS:

Festival of Voices is now a masked festival. Please bring a mask for every person in your group to this event. Persons 11 years and younger are exempted but encouraged to wear masks.

Contact tracing:

It is mandatory for all patrons to check in using the provided Check in TAS QR code at this event venue. If your device does not have QR-scanning capabilities, a member of your group is able to check you in as an additional person on their app. Otherwise, please speak to one of our staff to sign you in manually.

Hygiene and sanitation:

Our Festival venues undergo full sanitation before each show. To maintain our venue hygiene and sanitation practices, please have a spritz of sanitiser on your way in and make use of hand soap in the bathrooms.

Physical distancing:

This venue will abide by density restrictions of 2 squared metres per person.

Dancing:

There will be a dancing zone at this event, accessible to all patrons. The zone can hold a maximum of 250 movers and shakers at any one time.

Consumption of alcohol:

Alcohol will be served at this event. Under Public Health restrictions, you must be seated to consume alcohol in this venue. The only exception to this rule will be within the dancing zone, where you can have a boogie with your beverage.

Coat check:

To avoid any unnecessary transfer of germs, there will be no coat check facilities at this venue.

Feeling ill?

Please do not attend this event if you are experiencing flu symptoms (fever, cough, runny nose). Similarly, if you feel a cough or a sneeze coming on while in this venue, please use your elbow to cover it!

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