Bust out your cowboy hat and vest for this Halloween country and western gig featuring Babitha and Georgia Mulligan.
If you're looking for an excuse to break out your cowboy hat this Halloween, look no further than the Factory Theatre's Halloween Hoedown. The inner west concert venue is collecting a heap of local modern country music acts for a night of sweet country tunes on Saturday, October 30.
Costumes are (of course) encouraged at the gig, with country and western getup an obvious choice. But, any spooky costume you may have planned for the weekend is entirely acceptable. Tunes will kick off from 4pm, with Sydney country stalwarts The Morrisons and Cruisin' Deuces joined by exciting new singer-songwriters Babitha and Georgia Mulligan. Rounding out the lineup are The Sweet Jelly Rolls and Shelly's Murder Boys.
The outdoor stage will be accompanied by The Factory's beloved beer garden and food trucks. After months without live music or dancing in Sydney, head down to Marrickville for an afternoon of live sets in the sun.
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