The Australian Celtic Fringe Festival comes to the Hereford Steakhouse Char Grill with three great evenings of entertainment

After the cancellation of the Celtic Festival in 2020 we are even more excited than normal to be bringing you three fabulous nights of entertainment during the Australian Celtic Fringe Festival weekend in 2021.

The Hereford Steakhouse Char Grill will be the venue for some incredible entertainment during the Australian Celtic Festival. The Hereford Steakhouse Char Grill is one of the most intimate evening entertainment venues available during the Australian Celtic Festival and we have a wonderful line-up. Each evening guests can enjoy an exclusive dinner and show with a two-course dinner menu and different musicians every evening.

Each night will kick off at 6.30pm, tickets are $55 per person and include the entertainment and a two-course dinner. Bookings are essential.

Friday 30th April 2012 at the Hereford Steakhouse Char Grill – The Gathering
Booked out with a waitlist.

Fronted by award-winning Irish musician Mick McHugh. The group prides itself on getting audiences very much physically involved with its high-energy music, blended with an array of covers anything from late Swedish DJ Avicii and Mumford & Sonsto Creedence Clearwater Revival and Johnny Cash. The band has a unique stamp on Irish music, so be sure to bring your dancin’ shoes for this craicin’ band.

Saturday 1st May 2021 at the Hereford Steakhouse Char Grill – Limerick

A high-energy group that plays a lively mix of traditional Celtic and contemporary toe-tapping, beer-stomping, singalong songs. The group won for ‘New Celtic Talent of the year’ at the 2019 Australian Celtic Music Awards and features Tim Cody on guitar and vocals, Melinda Coles on fiddle and accordion, Belle Hendrik on bass and vocals, and Craig Tobin on drums and vocals. Be prepared to mosh in a Celtic manner.

Sunday 2nd May 2021 at the Hereford Steakhouse Char Grill – Gone Molly

For the past three years, singer-songwriter Sally Harris has built a repertoire that demonstrates a love of history, mythology, traditional song and more and, in league with Rebecca Wright and multi-instrumentalist Lachlan Baldwin, we have a variety of instrumentation (cello to all sorts of string-driven things) and vocal blends that have been captured on the trio’s debut album, which scored three gongs at the Australian Celtic Music Awards 2018.

Australian Celtic Festival Dinner & Shows at the Hereford Steakhouse Char Grill
Friday 30th April, Saturday 1st & Sunday 2nd May at 6.30pm
Two course dinner & shows – $55 per person.
Bookings essential – phone 02 6732 2255