If you’re interested in a great night of quality music, earmark Friday, September 22 for the latest Live ‘n Loud, timed perfectly to celebrate the end of term.
Live 'n Loud is a hugely popular long standing event that is planned and run by the Manning Youth Action Team (MYAT).
Not only is it a fantastic night of great local music, with performances from acoustic through to rock acts, it gives young musicians the opportunity to perform in front of their peers and develop their musical confidence and ability.
“It’s a great opportunity to check out the sounds that emerging local bands are producing, and to unwind with your mates to celebrate the end of semester,” MidCoast Council's community strengthening youth officer, Russell Ingram said.
“Live ‘n Loud has been a launch platform for so many great current and past bands, including SOAR who’ve now gone on to perform at events like the Bello Winter Music Festival and Old Bar’s ‘Ocean Rhythms’.
Friday’s Live ‘n Loud event will transform Taree library into a live music venue, providing a central, safe place for young people who come along to enjoy performances from local bands including, SOAR, Sox and Robbers, Ramballam and more.
"Young people from across the entire MidCoast region are most welcome to come along to Live'n'Loud - entrance is a gold coin donation and any young person who enjoys live music is encouraged to come along,” Russell said.
Now in its 11th year, Live 'n Loud is funded by Indent, part of Music NSW and is a fully supervised, drug and alcohol free event. It is being held Friday, September 22, 6pm to 9pm at MidCoast Council’s Taree library.
To find out more join the event page on Facebook for all the updates, visit www.facebook.com/ManningYouth