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The Claptomaniacs - Alex Surf
Alexandra Headland

Warning: please note this is a past event
The Claptomaniacs - Alex Surf
The Claptomaniacs have played north and south of the coast but now they make their debut appearance at the Bluff Bar, Alex Surf Club. If you haven't seen them before, this is one great venue that you should get to. Backing onto the beach, it is a lovely spot to be sitting listening to music. Of course once they get into it, there'll be plenty to dance to as well. The Claptomaniacs will be delivering their quality, tight and tasteful mix of Eric Clapton, Joe Cocker, Doobie Brothers, Steely Dan, Rolling Stones and too many others to mention. Take advantage of this local appearance.
When:
Saturday at 7.30pm 25-May-2019
Where:
Alexandra Heads Surf Life Saving Club
167 Alexandra Parade, Alexandra Headland,QLD 4572
Alexandra Headland
Group:
Buderim Lively 50s & 60s  
Contact:
Contact details hidden as this is a past event.
Book:
Contact the venue and make your own booking.
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Who's Going:
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