Live Shows & Ticketing

Wagga Wagga's International Jazz Day

Mark your diary for Saturday, 29th April, 2017 to make sure you come to Wagga Wagga’s International Jazz Day at the Commercial Club, Gurwood Street in Wagga Wagga. The Nathan Room will be filled with great jazz music; from 3pm to 5pm for School bands programme; then the main show from 5pm to midnight. Featuring performances from Australian Army Band Kapooka, Wagga All Stars Jazz Band, Meredith & the Conmen, Peter Brown & Friends and Jazz Daiquiri.

When

Saturday 29th April from 5.00pm at the Commercial Club

Cost

Adult – $27.50 (12yrs+)
Concession/Students – $22.50

Bookings

Tickets can be purchased at the Commercial Club during office hours on 6921 3012 or online by clicking here

Adam Brand

Adam Brand is back in 2017 with an electrifying new show and he’s bringing a full deck of fine songs to the party.

“Get On Your Feet’ national tour includes special guest Matt Cornell and newcomer Gemma Kirby.

“I was ready to make new songs that redefined boundaries. I was looking for great songs that I wanted to press ‘repeat’ on when I was driving the car,” Adam said.

When

8.30pm, Thursday 11th May at the Commercial Club

Cost

Tickets $47.50pp

Bookings

Tickets can be purchased at the Commercial Club during office hours on 6921 3012 or online by clicking here

2017 Golden Crow Awards

The Thomas Bros Golden Crow Awards recognise and award the most outstanding businesses in Wagga Wagga.

The event encourages businesses to aspiration for excellence and rewards outstanding contributions to the community by business leaders

When

Saturday 27th May from 7.00pm at the Wagga RSL Club

Cost

Tickets $230 per person

Bookings

Tickets can be purchased at the Commercial Club during office hours on 6921 3012 or online by clicking here

Symphony of Spirits present Tracey-Lee

Join Psychic/Medium Tracey-lee for a night of Connections, Validations and the Opportunity to ask Life’s Questions. Tracey-lee brings her mediumship to the floor and she has the rare ability to switch from mediumship to psychic ability with rare ease.  Book your tickets through the club for this great night out.

When

Thursday 29th June from 7.30pm at the Commercial Club

Cost

Adult  $35.00 per person (17yrs+)
Double  $25.00 per person (17yrs+)

Bookings

Tickets can be purchased at the Commercial Club during office hours on 6921 3012 or online by clicking here

Jett Williams

Hank’s ‘lost’ daughter is heading Down Under…

She’s the lovechild – and only daughter – of late, great American country music icon Hank Williams and she’s coming to Australia.

The product of a brief relationship between marriages with Hank and Nashville secretary Bobbie Webb Jett, Antha Belle Jett was born on January 6, 1953 – five days after her father died.

Jett’s story has all the ingredients of a great country song – but for her, it’s real life.

Williams, who’s widely recognised as one of the most significant and influential American singer-songwriters of the 20th century, had a string of hits including Your Cheatin’ Heart, Kaw-Liga, Cold, Cold Heart and Take These Chains From My Heart. Ironically, among the tracks laid down at his final recording session in September 1952 was the prophetic I’ll Never Get Out of This World Alive.

Jett didn’t find out who her father was until the early 1980s, and a legal battle followed. To say Hank Williams Jr was not keen to welcome her to the family fold is somewhat of an understatement. It wasn’t until 1985 that the courts recognised her as Hank’s only taught – and with it – granted her a 50 per cent share of his estate, from 1985, when the claim was lodged.

All the while, Jet pursued her ambition of becoming a country singer like her dad, and has performed with his band members, the Drifting Cowboys, on a number of occasions singing his songs.

In 1990, she published her biography, Ain’t Nothin’ As Sweet As My Baby.

This is Jett’s first visit to Australia and she’s keen to meet fans of her father’s, and make some new friends herself in the land Down Under.

When

Thursday 19th October from 8.00pm at the Commercial Club

Cost

Tickets $49.00 per person

Bookings

Tickets can be purchased at the Commercial Club during office hours on 6921 3012 or online by clicking here