Flashbacks Friday Concert Series
Who: JP Maurice, Mindil Beach & special guests
When: Friday, September 4
Tickets: $10 at the door
Flashbacks Friday Concert Series is here! Come visit the newly renovated nightclub and enjoy some great live music. September 4 will feature JP Maurice along with Mindil Beach and special guests. Don't miss out!
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