Welcome to The Shack

The Shack is on the first Saturday of every month and is one of Sydney's live music venue gems. It provides an entertaining and diverse range of both modern day and traditional, quality acoustic music in a comfortable candle-lit atmosphere.  

Technology is re-defining the music experience but nothing can replace a live performance from dedicated artists.  Each month audiences are delighted by the variety of acoustic acts presented.  Musicians love to play at The Shack and it is difficult to accommodate the number of those who want to play.  

The Shack is a non-profit organisation. It’s origins were over 50 years ago, and The Shack has been running in its current format for over 12 years. All proceeds go toward the promotion and presentation of original, contemporary and traditional 21st century folk music.    

For more information or to reserve tickets, call Rhonda on 0413 635 856, or email jenfromtheshack@yahoo.com.au.

Preferably please book on line, but if that's an issue, just come along and buy your tickets at the door. 

The Shack performances are at The Tramshed Community Centre, 1395a Pittwater Rd, Narrabeen, in the Lakeview Hall, which is on the first floor of the building at the back of the complex, near the lake. There is lift access. 

 

 

The next SHACK performance is Saturday, 2nd November.
7:30 - late

 

and we are delighted to present

GLEN CARDIER and CHRISTIAN MARSH

 

AKoVA

DR COOCACHOO


 

Dr Coocachoo is a Sydney based newgrass band who sing 3 part harmonies and play guitar, fiddle, banjo and bass. They play a range of bluegrass and beyond

 

Please click here to go through to our events page for information on our performers and links to listen.

Entry $25

On-line bookings here.

 

Upcoming in December

MIC CONWAY and ROBBIE LONG

BIG SKY MOUNTAIN

TRADITIONAL GRAFFITI

 

Other local venues to explore:

The Manly Fig
Humph Hall
Fairlight Folk
The Music Lounge
 

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