Fenn is cool
Fenn is cool at the PBC with Library Siesta and Oakie Doke
Celebrate your new civil liberties by seeing some of the most beautiful bands in Greater Sydney including Fenn is cool, Library Siesta and Oakie Doke.
OAKIE DOKE: Jack Tickner aka Oakie Doke is on a mission to compose a song for every town in NSW. At the time of writing he has written 150 songs out of 265. He will be continuing his quest at this very show. Expect interesting town facts and a wild variety of bangin’ tunes. He is 193cm tall. Not to be missed.
LIBRARY SIESTA: Library Siesta were having a busy 2021. They were recording their latest hit album. They had a show planned for July (that this very writer was planning on attending). They will be performing their unique combination of catchy indie rock and direct lyrics for the first time since who knows when?! Their tallest member is 195cm tall. Not to be missed.
FENN IS COOL: ‘Fenn is cool’ is a bedroom pop musician who is currently writing about himself in third person. He will be playing a combination of new and old songs, alongside his two wonderful bandmates Jac and Rose. He hasn’t played a show in 2 years. His keyboard has doubled in size since his old one broke. He hopes that you will attend since November is his birthday month. His bass player Jac is 193.6cm tall. Not to be missed.
This is a Covid-safe show. All patrons must adhere to covid safe practices and check in upon entry.
- QR code check-in upon arrival.
- All staff/acts/patrons must be double vaccinated - and have proof of vaccination. The PBC will be checking their vax certificates. No certificate no entry.
- Mandatory masks (staff/acts/patrons - unless they are eating or drinking)
- Dancing! Standing!
- 2 square metre rule
- Pre-sale tickets only. No walk-ups.
Under 18s are welcome at the Petersham Bowling Club but must be accompanied by an adult.
The Petersham Bowling Club acknowledge the Gadigal of the Eora Nation as the traditional custodians of the land on which this show takes place and pay our respects to their Elders past and present, and emerging and extend those respects to the First Nations peoples of NSW and beyond.