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The Lithgow Lowdown (Featuring Former Members of AC/DC, The Masters Apprentices and Midnight Oil)
Get ready to rock and roll at the Lithgow Lowdown, an unforgettable event taking place on Saturday, November 25, 2023, from 1 PM to 6 PM at Club Lithgow, located at 2C Lithgow St, Lithgow, NSW 2790. This incredible showcase of musical talent features former members of iconic bands AC/DC, The Masters Apprentices, and Midnight Oil, brought to you by Retro Rehash, Acid Amora Band, and other fantastic collaborators.
At the heart of Lithgow Lowdown is a unique mentorship experience where four seasoned rock legends from The Masters Apprentices, Midnight Oil, and the first drummer of AC/DC will join forces to perform a mesmerizing medley of songs from their legendary catalog. This collaborative mentorship will involve artists from five outstanding Lithgow acts, offering them valuable insights into the art of songcraft and stagecraft.
Lithgow Lowdown is not just a music event; it’s a celebration of unity within the local creative community. By bringing together artists from the Blue Mountains and Lithgow/Central West, this event showcases the magic that happens when talent flourishes in a collaborative environment.
But that’s not all! Lithgow Lowdown is also a fundraiser for a noble cause. We’ll be raising funds for the Mingaan Tribal Council’s cool burning ranger project, supporting their vital efforts.
This extraordinary event is led by Willem Hendriksen of the Greater Blue Mountains Creative Arts Network, in collaboration with Lithgow’s Sam Williams and with the generous support of a FRRR grant. Don’t miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime experience! Grab your tickets at events.humanitix.com/lithgow-lowdown and get ready to groove, rock, and be part of something truly special.
When: Saturday, November 25, 2023 🕒
Time: 1 PM – 6 PM 📍
Where: Club Lithgow, 2C Lithgow St, Lithgow, NSW 2790
🎟️ Tickets: events.humanitix.com/lithgow-lowdown
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Greater Blue Mountains Creative Arts Network
CONNECTING CREATIVES ACROSS THE GREATER BLUE MOUNTAINS
DARUG, GUNDUNGURRA AND WIRADJURI COUNTRY
WELCOME TO THE NETWORK
Connecting Creatives Across the Greater Blue Mountains
We are delighted to welcome you to the Greater Blue Mountains Creative Arts Network (The Network) — a vibrant, engaged community of creatives living in the Greater Blue Mountains encompassing the City of Blue Mountains and the Seven Valleys (Lithgow) LGAs.
In collaboration with our partner organisations, we seek to support all arts genres and to project a positive image, regionally, nationally and internationally of Greater Blue Mountains arts and culture through member-initiated projects, art exhibitions and through multi-arts events with our network partners.
We offer our members personalised pages on our website, and the opportunity to engage in thought leadership through our blog and forums.
The Network’s community is supported by a volunteer management committee that meets once a month and reports to our members through our quarterly ARTBytes e-newsletter.
Members can get involved in the full range of our activities and projects, which you can learn about elsewhere on this website:
- Seek support for your project from fellow members in the network
- As a visual artist, help to support and exhibit in our exhibition programs
- Have your personal page linked to your own artwork and projects on our website
- As a writer, contribute to our Regenesis Collective blog and ARTBytes quarterly newsletter
- As a cultural worker in the community, help us build strong partnerships with other cultural organisations
- As a creative use The Network as your auspicing body if you are applying for a grant
- As a musician or performing artist, work with us to initiate and run multi-arts events that showcase your talents
- As a network partner, work with us to initiate projects that support the creative community.
Don’t hesitate to reach out to members of the Management Committee to discuss your ideas and needs.