The Terrys tear up Jetty Beach House stage

The Terrys giving it their full energy for the Coffs Harbour audience. Photo: James Lander.

DELIVERING a live music night to remember, The Terrys rocked the stage at Jetty Beach House on Friday 31 March, giving an unforgettable performance to a crowd of enthusiastic music lovers.

Opening acts Blind Pretty and The Moving Stills set the tone for the night, where the audience was treated to an evening of high-energy entertainment.

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The gig drew a diverse crowd of music lovers, many of whom were young people eager for a night out.

“The success of the concert highlights the need for more events for youth in the Coffs Harbour region,” said Ed Martin from organisers Broken Open Productions.

This gig also showcased a budding new level of support for live music from local businesses, with Coopers Surf proudly sponsoring the event.

“As a locally owned and operated company since 1969, we are absolutely stoked to support local gigs and events in the Coffs region,” a Coopers Surf spokesperson said.

Coopers Surf’s support played a significant role in the success of the event, providing resources that made it possible to bring in the high-calibre acts.

CHYFM, the region’s youth community radio station, also showcased a great level of support for the event, interviewing the lead singer from The Terrys to highlight the event throughout March.

Opening acts Blind Pretty and The Moving Stills also received outstanding reviews from the audience.

Blind Pretty, a young band from the Coffs Harbour region, gave attendees a taster of their up-and-coming originals which are to be recorded at a private studio at Nana Glen in mid-April.

The Moving Stills impressed the crowd with their energetic performance and catchy tunes.

Attendee Taysh Spaull summed up the night perfectly, saying, “Wow the gig was amazing.

“You put it all together perfectly; I had no idea Coffs was so much fun.

“Being from out of town, this epic Friday night has made me consider moving here,” she enthused.
“Thanks for a great night.”

Overall, the Friday-night function at Jetty Beach House got a thumbs-up all round, said the organisers.

“The event showcased the incredible talent of musicians and highlighted the need for more events for youth in the Coffs Harbour region.

“We hope to see more concerts like this in the future, and we urge the community to support local music and young artists, with the backing of local businesses like Coopers Surf,” said Ed.


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