AFTER a series of interruptions due to COVID-19 restrictions, South Australian band George Glass will bring its music and art show to the Limestone Coast.
The music and art show allows for the audience to join members on stage to paint a large canvas while experiencing the band’s live music.
Art Attack band member Nic Conway said it had been rough for everyone and members beleive now was more important than ever to bring a night of music, laughter and a night where people can come out and enjoy each others company.
“You don’t have to get up to paint if you don’t want to, you can just sit back and enjoy the music, but most people change their mind when they see how fun it is,” Mr Conway said.
“We’ve had so much fun on our tour through Kangaroo Island, Port Lincoln and Whyalla before lockdown and we’re looking forward to bringing the shows to Mount Gambier and my home, Millicent” said the band’s guitarist Pud Hamilton.
George Glass will be supported by local act In The Kitchen in Millicent and will have local artist April Hague supporting in Mount Gambier.
The band will play in Millicent on September 17 at the Civic and Arts Centre and in Mount Gambier on September 18 at The Limestone Coast Pantry.