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Explosive weekend of entertainment starts with Bombs Away

THIS weekend is a big one with Sneaky Sound System at the Sawtell RSL and Bombs Away at the Planto - both will pile on the party Friday night.

Also on Friday, the Hoey Moey has a change of pace with Australian music legend Renee Geyer and guests.

Then, on Saturday, one-man band Nathan Kaye will be bringing his trademark style to the Hoey Moey.

Continuing with the Hoey Moey, they are bringing West African sounds to Coffs on Sunday with Afro Moses.

Back to Saturday night ... it will be the big one for everyone, with the Earth Frequency launch party.

It will feature Freq Nasty and supports including Coffs Coast boogie monk Joelism.

The party will launch the 2013 festival of the same name and organisers will be giving away tickets to the event.

The Coffs Harbour Musical Comedy Company's Beauty & The Beast continues, bringing with it shows Disney fans will sing - or lip sync - the words to all weekend.

With so much on, the hardest thing you'll have to do this weekend is choose where to be.

FRIDAY, NOV 23

  • Plantation Hotel - Bombs Away
  • Sawtell RSL - Sneaky Sound System
  • Federal Hotel - Thorazoo
  • Sawtell Hotel - 1st Avenue
  • C.ex Coffs - Tommy Memphis
  • Lodge 241, Bellingen - Friday Folk
  • Moonee Beach Tavern - Matty Devitt
  • Seaview Tavern - Nathan Kaye
  • Jetty Memorial Theatre - Coffs Harbour Musical Comedy Company Presents: Beauty & The Beast
  • Coffs Hotel - DJs Jordy + Uncle Russ
  • Hoey Moey - Renee Geyer + special guests
  • Bellingen Golf Club - Bellingen Jazz Festival Presents: The Date Brothers

SATURDAY, NOV 24

  • Plantation Hotel - Earth Frequency Launch Party featuring Freq Nasty
  • Club Coffs on West High - So Dance Studios Presents: Nostalgia Nights + free dance lesson, 7pm
  • Bollywood Bazaar - Woolgoolga Beach Reserve, 7am-2pm
  • Amble Inn Corindi - Mick Bateman, 7.30pm
  • Sawtell Hotel - Owen Shannon
  • Sawtell RSL - Damon Leach
  • Jetty Memorial Theatre - Coffs Harbour Musical Comedy Company Presents: Beauty & The Beast
  • Coffs Hotel - DJs Jordy + Uncle Russ
  • Hoey Moey - Nathan Kaye
  • C.ex Coffs - Secret Squirrel
  • Bean@Bello Cafe - Live Jazz, noon

SUNDAY, NOV 25

  • Coffs Harbour Surf Life Saving Club - Sunday Sesh: Coastal Soul, 3pm
  • C.ex Woolgoolga - Trivia with Dave James, 5pm
  • Coffs Hotel - Sunday live bands, 2.30pm
  • Jetty Memorial Theatre - Coffs Harbour Musical Comedy Company Presents: Beauty & The Beast
  • Coramba Hotel - live music, 1.30pm
  • Barrels Restaurant - live music, 4pm
  • C.ex Coffs - Debra Lee's Kidz Biz
  • Latitude 30 - Live jazz
  • Sawtell RSL - Howard Collins
  • Harbourside Markets - Jetty Foreshores Park, 8am-2pm: Tim Stokes Band
  • Hoey Moey - Afro Moses

MONDAY, NOV 26

  • Hoey Moey - Trivia Madness
  • Club Coffs on West High - Cuban Dance: Latin Rhythm, 6.30pm, $10

TUESDAY, NOV 27

  • Coffs Hotel - Trivia with Dave
  • Coast Hotel - Brain Teasers Trivia
  • Hoey Moey - Uni Night
  • Pier Hotel - Innquizitive Trivia
  • Plantation Hotel - Family Tuesdays with face painting

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