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Musos v Fans Trivia Night to test musical knowledge

Musos v Fans Trivia Night
Music fans can test their music knowledge against local musicians like the Spargo Brothers at the Musos v Fans Trivia Night.

Music fans can test their knowledge against local musicians at the Bundy Gig Guide Musos v Fans Trivia Night.

Coordinator Steven Price said the free event was a bit of fun for local music lovers.

“It’s not going to be the big fundraiser it’s just going to be a fun family night,” Steven said.

“Questions will include general music covering all categories – a little bit of classical, jazz, local, 70s to 80s we’re going to cover it all.

“Anyone who knows music should be there to test themselves.

“All the questions have been done by the Bundy Gig Guide.”

To be held at the Club Hotel from 6.30pm on Monday, 12 October, Steven said the event was originally planned as a major fundraiser but was derailed due to COVID restrictions and will now go ahead in a smaller capacity.

The Musos v Fans Trivia Night will still feature over $600 worth of prizes with a winning fans table and a winning musos table to be named.

Local musicians testing their knowledge include Phoebe Jay, Smooth Velvet, Playing with Fire, Frostbite, Spargo Brothers, D’fine, Kenny and the Retro Rockers and Sticky Rock.

It’s free entry for the trivia night but all bookings are essential, with a maximum of six people at each table.

Contact the Bundy Gig Guide to book or for more information.

Steven said he would like to thank Musos v Fans Trivia Night sponsors Ken’s Kepnock Butchery, DTM photography, Club Hotel and Just Breathe Massage.

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