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What: An energetic three-piece cover band from the Gold Coast with a diverse repertoire of songs and emphasis on vocal harmonies. From '50s and '60s rock to contemporary classics, reggae and country and everything in between, Agent 777 cover every style of music from every decade.
Where: The Hoey Moey.
When: Sunday, October 15 from 4pm.
What: Don't miss Midnight Oil's first tour in 15 years as they make their way to Coffs Harbour with special guests Jebediah and Jack River. A free shuttle bus will pick up from the racecourse, run to the city centre and proceed to the stadium continuously throughout the concert.
Where: Hockey Fields, Phil Hawthorne Dr, Coffs Harbour.
When: Thursday, October 19 from 4.30pm to 10pm.
Gone fishing day
What: Bring the family for a great day out learning how to fish while having a fun day out with workshops, demonstrations and much more.
There will be free, fun-filled fishing activities including how-to-fish workshops, casting comps, loads of kids' activities, free goodie bags with bonus lures, fish cooking demo, fishing tips from experts, touch tanks, boating safety stand and more.
Where: Jetty foreshore park.
When: Sunday, October 15 from 9am to 3pm.
Kathryn Fenton exhibition
What: Coffs Coast artist, Kathryn Fenton is excited to present her new body of work in oils, representing all genres; figurative, landscape, seascape and still life.
Her works are expressionistic with a big emphasis on lively strokes and contrasting light and shadow
Where: Nexus Gallery, Old Butter Factory, Bellingen.
When: Saturday, October 15 at 3pm until Friday, November 10.
Giant Glenreagh garage sale
What: You'll never know what new and used goodies you might find at a town sized garage sale. It started with a post on Facebook about a garage sale and grew into a whole town joining in.
When: Saturday, October 14 from 7.30am to 2pm.
Boating safety day
What: Spend time learning about boating safety with advice and demonstrations. The event will run alongside the Gone Fishing Day, with a range of free activities and advice for safe and responsible boating.
Where: Jetty Foreshore Park.
When: Sunday, October 15, 9am-3pm.
What: Mid Coast Communities is holding a Rainbow Fair to promote inclusion for LGBTIQ+ people in the community. There will be entertainment and workshops all day.
Where: Park Beach reserve.
When: Saturday, October 21, 11am-5pm.
Visit MNC Rainbow Fair on Facebook.
National junior Oztag championships
What: Players from NSW, ACT and QLD will merge to form 13 regions and compete in one of Australia's toughest Oztag tournaments, which started yesterday.
Where: C.ex International Stadium.
When: Today and tomorrow, 7.30am-8.30pm.
What: One of Australia's most respected songwriters, Paul Dempsey, best known as the front man of iconic Australian band, Something for Kate, is coming to Coffs Harbour.
Dempsey will perform tracks from his latest album and songs from throughout his career, including favourites from the Something For Kate back catalogue.
Where: C.ex Coffs.
When: Friday, December 15, from 7.30-11pm.
Cost: $30 pre-sold and $40 on the door.
Troy Kinne live
What: Following recent sell out shows across Australia Troy Kinne comes to Coffs Harbour for one show only.
A comedic force to be reckoned with, Logie nominated and renowned on the stand-up comedy circuit, Troy has gained national and international attention as the star of his own sketch comedy show Kinne and his popular online viral videos.
Where: C.ex Coffs.
When: Saturday, November 4 from 7.30-10pm.
Tenori at Anchors Wharf
What: Don't miss four of Queensland's powerhouse singers, David Kidd, Andrew Pryor, Craig Atkinson and Jason Turnbull for a dynamic, uplifting and entertaining show.
Where: Anchors Wharf, Urunga.
When: Saturday, October 28 from 6pm and Sunday, October 29.
Cost: $110 per person for Saturday including show, three course dinner, sparkling on arrival, tea, coffee and cheese plate. Sunday show is $70.
Call 6655 5588.