Warrnambool night life: 6 of the best spots for live music

Warrnambool night life: 6 of the best spots for live music

Warrnambool has a big live music scene, you can always find a live band, an acoustic set or even a good old Sunday Sesh.

Here are 6 of the best (with a 7th option thrown in for luck).

1. The Hotel Warrnambool

Situated in the heart of the CBD and Knows for its “ Sunday Sesh’ With live music every Sunday from 2.30pm.

 

2. The Cally

The hotel serves bistro style lunch and dinner every day a local favourite, If you love seafood the local tip is the seafood Marinara. Come for the food stay for the live music every Saturday and some Sundays.

 

3. The Hairy Goat Tapas and Cocktail Bar

Listen to local artist play whilst enjoying this casual, relaxed and fun cocktail, tapas and whisky bar.

 

4. Rafferty’s Tavern

Check out the new fully renovated facilities – The Tav is where it all comes alive with amazing music and entertainment from amazing acts. From open mic nights to jazz and Dj’s there’s always something happening at The Tav.

 

5. The Whalers Hotel

They offer great pub meals with popular steak and parma nights, live music every weekend and a TAB with live horse racing.

 

6. The Dart and Marlin

Known for its signature cocktails, stone-baked pizza and live music nights. With the barman sometimes even jumping on to play a tune to keep diners entertained all night long.

 

And for the bonus 7th option – don’t forget to also check out the Lighthouse Theatre with regular shows including theatre, dance, music, comedy, cabaret and more.

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