Orange, known as Australia’s Colour City is just a few hours drive from Sydney and within easy reach of the Blue Mountains. When you visit the Orange Region you will discover a welcoming city, rich in history with a flourishing cultural scene. Take a walk around the historic town centre, the wide streets and stunning architecture – particularly impressive examples of the Victorian, Edwardian and Federation periods. The surrounding hillsides produce some of the best fruit, wine and food in Australia. Taste the best of the season at a farm gate or cellar door. Enjoy a locally flavoured menu at a café or restaurant. Orange emerged as the number one place to live in a recent national survey of regional cities. Great health and education services, excellent shopping and marvellous community facilities helped us top the list. And the scenery is breathtaking across all four seasons.
Festival of Small Halls will roll into Orange on Saturday , 25th January 2020 with Siobhan Miller (SCO) and Jack Carty (AUS).
Festival of Small Halls Orange will be supported by Gabbi Bolt. Hailing for Bathurst NSW, Gabbi Bolt has a unique history with music. She learnt classical piano for 10 years before quitting at 14 to pursue contemporary musical performance. She has been developing her craft as a musician and songwriter for the past 10 years and in October 2018 Gabbi released her EP “Grey into Blue”.
Gabbi’s vocals have been described as a soulful mix of Norah Jones, Janis Joplin and Adele all rolled into one weird alto butter blend. At the very basis of her performance is honesty, an ideology she believes is paramount to performance.
Tickets available online here or locally at Landers Music, Orange
Doors open 6.30pm for 7pm start.
A sausage sizzle will be available on the night.
Proudly presented by JAM Orange.
Bloomfield Hall is located at Park Drive, Bloomfield Hosptial, 1502 Forest Road, Orange 2800.