Saturday, February 22, 2020
Open 12pm Music 8pm


After an epic year of touring the world with shows in France, Brazil, Ireland, Australia, Spain and England, Gallie returns to Melbourne in February 2020, ahead of heading into the studio to record his follow up to 'The Occoquan River'. Playing four piece with JEN ANDERSON on fiddle

General admission 24.5 incl. bf

Sunday, February 23, 2020
Doors 12pm Music 3pm

Billy and Eddie Miller

Billy Miller is an Australian musician who started singing and playing guitar back in the 1960s. After a 3 year stint in the cast of Jesus Christ Superstar, he formed The Ferrets, who in 1977 had a no1 hit ("Don't Fall In Love") and gold album ("Dreams of a Love"). Countless bands and gigs followed, today he still plays in his original band, and up until 2004 worked in a music production company (Duffield Kenihan Pty Ltd) creating music for TV commercials, and co-producing the music for "Round The Twist" (Children's TV Foundation). Billy also composed music for several short films, including "The Bird" (VCA 1996), which won best music in its category. Now, in 2011, Billy is busy playing gigs with Stephen Cummings and his own band, recording a new album, composing and producing soundtracks for films in his studio, starring in documentaries and barracking for his beloved Saints (St Kilda Football Club).


Saturday, February 29, 2020
Open at 12pm Music from 8pm

Dan Parson's & Tracy McNeil at Archies Creek Hotel

Both highly acclaimed songwriters in their own right, they will be accompanying each other through various selections from their impressive catalogues including Parson's stunning latest release 'Sunday Morning Cinema' and McNeil's brand new release 'You Be the Lightning'. T

General admission 22 incl. bf

Sunday, March 1, 2020
Doors 12pm Music 2.30pm


OPELOUSAS release new single Third Jinx Blues. Still basking in the glow of receiving Best Blues Album of 2019 at the Music Victoria Awards for their debut album Opelousified. Kerri Simpson and Alison Ferrier handle guitar and vocal duties in the band, and their powerful combination combined with the expertise from Anthony Shortte behind the drum kit make Opelousas a must for fans of all things blues related.

General admission 20 incl. bf

Saturday, March 7, 2020
Music 8pm

Paul Williamson's Hammond Combo

After a 15 year residency at The Rainbow Hotel, Paul Williamson’s Hammond Combo is travelling down to Archies. The combo features Paul Williamson (sax), Tim Neal (hammond organ) and Michael Jordan (drums). So come on down for some great deep blues


Friday, March 13, 2020
Open 12pm Music 8pm

Lost Ragas

" Hard sound to pin down- Broken Hearted Alt Country then it flies off into this amazing duel slide guitar meets lapsteel - almost Television Tom Verlaine meets Ry Cooder moments all centred around Matt Walkers beautifully dark voice, understated super tight bass and that crazy horse style minimal drumming."

General admission 21.5 incl. bf

Saturday, March 14, 2020
Music 8pm

Charles Jenkins & David Cosma

Charles Jenkins is a musician based in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. He is a member of Icecream Hands, has released eight solo albums and is a member of Charles Jenkins and the Zhivagos. David Cosma is a singing troubadour from Melbourne with a difference. Uniquely playing the guitar upside down adds to his interesting sound, which at times is somewhere between zydeco meets sun records and Cat Stevens meets Crowded House.


Sunday, March 15, 2020
Open 12pm Music from 2.30pm

Clip Clop Club

The Clip Clop Club Ride Again! Tall in the saddle and long in the tooth they'll ride straight into your hearts with their unique inner-city take on singing cowboys, their larrikin humour, harmony and good fun rock n roll. The Clip Clop Club are consumate semi professionals who pride themselves on the quality of their performance, their adaptability to different/difficult situations and their ability to entertain people from disparate age groups and backgrounds.They have played over 2,000 gigs in their 20 year career including pubs, festivals, weddings, corporate functions, parties, radio, film and television (The Midday Show, Countdown, In Melbourne Tonight, Today Tonight, A Current Affair, Steve Vizard’s Tonight Live, Richard Stubbs’ Tonight Live).

General admission 20 incl. bf

Friday, March 20, 2020
Music 8pm

Amelia White & Ben De La Cour (USA)

Ben de la Cour is the unstoppable force of our dreams meeting reality. Intense acoustic songs described as "brimming with urgent authenticity". Amelia White is a leading light in Nashville, helping define the folk-rock sound of Americana.


Saturday, March 21, 2020
Music 8pm

Rob Snarski with Shane O'Mara

ROB SNARSKI is a velvet-voiced troubadour and singer with our national treasures The Blackeyed Susans. Expect an intimate evening of golden songs, haunting and elusive - from Rob’s acclaimed solo release “Wounded Bird”, mixed with shimmering new tunes, a chapter or two from his book, several covers from “Low Fidelity”, and perhaps a song from Chad’s Tree, The Triffids ... or The Go-Betweens. In short ... expect the past, the present and the future.

General admission 23 incl. bf

$25 at door

Thursday, March 26, 2020
Music 8pm

Flats & Sharps ( UK)

Flats & Sharps are a high-energy contemporary Bluegrass band, from Penzance, Cornwall, in the South West of England, known for their own highly original songs as well as their blistering renditions of Bluegrass classics. These four incredible young musicians, Mikey Ponsford (mandolin), Danny Hart (fiddle & banjo), Josh Warner (guitar), and Liam Fitzharris (double bass), honed their skills in hundreds of live performances over the past eight years, charming and wowing audiences along the way.

General admission 30 incl. bf

Sunday, April 5, 2020
Open 12pm Music 3pm

Blackbirds FC

Blackbirds F.C. are Glenhuntly's leading alt country band and feature the many and varied talents of: Gina Hearnden: Singing, guitar Jeremy Gronow: More Singing and Guitar Bec Long: Cello Julien Chick: Bass Phil Campbell: Drums John Jackson: Violin


Sunday, April 12, 2020
Open 12pm Music 3pm

Van Walker Album Launch

Tasmanian musician Van Walker’s prolific songwriting productivity has seen him become a 'cult figure locally' in his adopted Melbourne, having written over 500 songs across many genres, realising 6 full length albums between 2008 & 2010, a selection of which the Fuse Music Group realised in 2012 on the Underneath the Radar compilation, which met with national critical acclaim, prompting Beat Magazine to quip: “If Bob Dylan was born 20 years later and grew up fraternising in Collingwood bars, he would sound like this,” and Mess & Noise to state, "Literary vigour and scathing social commentary, if there is any justice in this world, Underneath the Radar will provoke a radical awareness & appreciation of Van Walker’s songwriting talents." Since then Van has been busy touring interstate and overseas, writing and releasing two albums with the powerpop outfit The Livingstone Daisies (2013, PBS Album of the Year) (2014. 4.5 Stars AGE EG) with Liz Stringer, his brother Callan, and Michael Barclay (Paul Kelly/Mick Thomas), recording the rocknroll album Heartbrokers with Jeff Lang, Ezra Lee & Ash Davies (“boogie par excellence”); forming the three piece blues outfit Goatpiss Gasoline; while also writing and performing as a member of the critically acclaimed Vandemonian Lags stage production.


Sunday, April 26, 2020
Open 12pm Music 3pm

Jeremy Hanley Album Launch

Jeremy Hanley is a singer and songwriter whose musical influences range from Appalachian string band music through to Southern Deep soul, via Black gospel, blues and folk; in other words, American roots music. His songs often have a biographical, historical or political lyric. Jeremy will be launching his latest EP 'Norman Rockwell' with his four piece soul band.  The support act will be local singer/songwriter Edward Vanzet accompanied by classical pianist (and also a local) Josh Hooke.


Thursday, April 30, 2020

The Mammals (USA) feat Mike & Ruthy

The Mammals are a dynamic Americana/Folk/Rock band from the Woodstock area of upstate New York. They are fronted by husband-and-wife duo, Mike Merenda and Ruth Ungar, singer-songwriters, story-tellers, and social and environmental activists, highly respected in the US Folk/Roots scene, having played with Pete Seeger, Arlo Guthrie, Odetta, Crooked Still, and many more. They were good friends of Pete, playing with him many times including at his 90th birthday celebration at Madison Square Garden.

General admission 30 incl. bf

Sunday, May 3, 2020
Open 12pm Music 2.30pm

Dog Trumpet

"Dog Trumpet debut at Archies Creek after completing their new album "Great South Road" to play new songs and Dog Trumpet classics with a nod to their careers in Mental As Anything. The band looks forward to meeting old friends again and making new acquaintances”. Dog Trumpet is a family affair, brothers Peter O’Doherty and Reg Mombassa, former members of iconic Australian Aria Award winning and Hall of Fame band Mental As Anything. Over the last twenty years Dog Trumpet have released five albums, and they are acclaimed for this sonic alchemy of roots based, folk, pop, country and semi abstract blues. Special guests THE DUSTY MILLERS

General admission 30 incl. bf

Sunday, May 10, 2020
Open 12pm Music 3pm

Felicity Urquhart & Brad Butcher - Mothers Day

In 2019, one of the most exciting collaborations in Australian country music Felicity Urquhart and Brad Butcher, took the New Harmony tour on the road together for a series of shows in NSW, QLD and VIC.

General admission 29.5 incl. bf

Friday, May 29, 2020
Open 12pm Music 8pm

Matt Joe Gow & Ben Mastwyk

Matt Joe Gow, from large festivals to boutique Americana gatherings, from supporting Chris Isaak to Kasey Chambers, Matt Joe Gow has built a simmering credibility to go along side the authentic Alt Country tones. With his second consecutive Music Victoria Nomination winning the award for Best Country Album, critically acclaimed troubadour Matt Joe Gow brings a soulful Americana sound to any performance. Ben Mastwyk & His Million$ present shimmering 70’s cosmic-country-soul with lashings of psychedelic-honky tonk. Twice nominated for Best Country Album (Music Victoria Awards), Mastwyk received nation rotation on ABC Radio, toured his songs around Australia, NZ and the USA, and is set to release his third album early in 2020.


Saturday, June 13, 2020
Open 12pm Music 8pm

Khristian Mizzi

KHRISTIAN MIZZI - SONGS OF HUMILITY, LOVE, FAMILY AND SMALL TOWN LIFE After an exciting and extremely busy couple of years of touring and recording, Melbourne artist KHRISTIAN MIZZI has released his debut solo album, Some Other Morning. While being introspective and heart-warming, Khristian’s songs and stories of humility, love, family and small town life elegantly articulate many contemporary issues Australia and the world are facing today. The perfect blend of gentleness and conviction, his award winning songs have been described as 'captivating', leaving listeners feeling they have experienced something truly special. Strong, poetic lyrics, mesmerising melodies and a ‘voice like a big warm hug’ along with a unique picking style, Mizzi really is a complete artist and is becoming renowned for his intimate performances and thought-provoking songs.