Live Events

Broken Creek:
Small Town Anthropologies

Saturday April 9 10am-12pm (workshop)
Saturday April 9 7pm-8:30pm (performance)

To celebrate the release of their debut album ‘Small Town Anthropologies’, Chamber folk duo Broken Creek (Erin Lancaster and Lachlan Heycox) are giving a special performance at The G.R.A.I.N. Store to launch their album which will feature a ‘pop up choir’ formed from the workshop
participants to be known as The Broken Creek Chorale. Locals are invited to join in the performance with a ‘Pop Up Choir’ workshop. No musical skill or experience is necessary, just a willingness to give it a go and learn some beautiful folk music.

Neil Murray
Friday February 4th, 2022
6:30-10:00pm

Neil has composed many iconic Australian songs . . . it’s pretty safe to say that we all know and love “My Island Home”
Neil will be on stage with outstanding instrumentalist, Damien Neil.

Support act Kim Ritchie

Music helps Kim Ritchie see things in a different light
Kim is a Country and Variety singer with a difference.  She came into the world blind, a love of music and performing has given her a clear view of the world around her.

Free BBQ, vegetarians catered for. Bar at affordable prices $2.00 – $5.00

A Gala Concert Event – Celebrating 10 Years of Live Music
Friday December 3rd

The Broken Creek Band (Erin Lancaster), Madi Colville Walker and Stone & Wood (Simon Marks) are just a few of the many musical artists that have performed at the G.R.A.I.N. Store over the past 10 years. Join us as we celebrate our 10th birthday.

Tickets here

Winter Warmer Listening Party
Friday October 1st –
Postponed to November 5th

Bring in your favourite track on vinyl, CD or digital format to share with a crowd while warming up with mulled wine and delicious slow cooked dinner. Fiona Byrnes will be our DJ for the evening, so your precious tracks will be played with an opportunity for you to explain why you love the song (this is not mandatory, but we would love to hear your stories!).
$15 entry
Drinks at bar prices
Dinner can be purchased on the night

BEHIND THE SCENES: The making of Can Art Stop a Bullet? William Kelly’s Big Picture.

This international award winning film started life right here in Nathalia. An evening of images from filming on 5 continents with insights into background stories of amazing places and peopel with Bill kelly and guest presenters director Mark Stret, producer Fiona Cochrane and key production cre. For all who have seen the film, this is a great (and rare) opportunity. Join us for a lively night. For those who haven’t yet seen it, you can stream it here.

The G.R.A.I.N. Store
26 Blake St. Nathalia
Friday 7th May, 6:30pm
Drinks and nibbles provided. This is a COVID Safe event, please adhere to restrictions as guided by The G.R.A.I.N. Store team.
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