Event description


Support from Timothy James Bowen

Join ARIA + 8x Golden Guitar winner Fanny Lumsden as she brings live music back to the bush and the halls after a couple of crazy years!  Pack up the family, it’s time to kick up your heels in an all-in-community-night-out!

Commencing in 2012, Fanny and her amazing band, The Prawn Stars, have sold out shows and brought joy to over 150 halls and communities across regional Australia with her previous 7 Country Halls Tours.

Come and celebrate the songs from Fanny’s ARIA and 5x Golden Guitar winning Album ‘Fallow’ along with the local community down at the historic Montreal Community Theatre, Tumut.


Doors @7:00pm

Tickets available at

Conditions of Entry:

It is a condition of entry to our event that your contact details are collected via our ticketing platform, in addition to the QR code at the venue.  By entering our event, you agree that all Government mandated Covid-19 rules must be adhered to, including (but not limited to) mask wearing, venue check-ins, social distancing and vaccination status for ALL in attendance, as per the NSW state guidelines current at the time of the show. These guidelines are subject to change and the onus is on attendees to stay up to date with current restrictions. If you are displaying any symptoms of being unwell, please stay home or you may be refused entry or asked to leave.  

Children must be supervised by a responsible adult at all times.  The organisers reserve the right to remove anyone from the event at any time.

1927 – 17 June 2022

This event has been postponed from the 13th November 2021 to the 17th June 2022. All purchased tickets for this event are still valid for the new date.

From the golden era for Australian rock bands, to reinvigorating fans today, 1927 have been entertaining audiences for 30 years and have stood the test of time as icons of the Australian music scene.

With a debut album that became a smashing success that went five times platinum, stayed in the ARIA chart for 46 weeks, selling an excess of 400,000 copies and winning Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) Awards for best debut single and album, 1927 became a household name in Australia overnight. The album was …. ish.  Ian McFarlane in his opus The Encyclopedia of Australian Rock and Pop, put it perfectly when he wrote “…. ish is brimful of stirring, stately rock anthems.”

It is one of the top 10 most successful debut albums for an Australian artist, to multiple ARIA awards, a multi-platinum second album, chart success in Europe and America. 

1927 live is a show not to be missed. 

On Friday 17 June 2022 at 7:30 PM to 10:00 PM at The Montreal Community Theatre in Tumut.

Tickets available at or at Sounds of the Mountains located at 81 Capper Street, Tumut between the hours of 10am and 3pm Monday to Friday.