Wednesday, December 9, 2009
Ruckus to Rock Country Club Hotel on New Year's Eve
Back by popular demand, the foot stompin’ country rockin’ energy of Ruckus will bring in the New Year at the Country Club Hotel at Shoal Bay Resort & Spa.
Labelled as a “must see show” throughout New South Wales and Victoria, Ruckus are a dynamic, interactive onstage music spectacular as well as a welcome return favourite of the Country Club Hotel. Ruckus is made up of five award winning country rock music specialists – Sandie (vocals), Marcela (violin), Kevin (bass), Andy (drums) and the leader of the pack, Mick (guitar). Their material features an eclectic mix of southern rock and country, guaranteeing an unforgettable night out and the ideal way to welcome 2010.
The Country Club Hotel is the place to be for live entertainment and New Years Eve promises to be a great night out. Bring your dancing shoes and celebrate at the entertainment capital of Port Stephens.
The Country Club Hotel is one of the legendary watering holes on the East Coast and a favourite of both locals and visitors to Port Stephens. Cloaked in history, the first beer was poured in this iconic hotel on New Years Eve 1954/55. Still as popular today, the Country Club offers an extensive range of weekly entertainment including live music, pool competitions, trivia nights, Bay Poker, raffles and unbeatable specials in Cellarbrations Bottleshop.
Ruckus hit the stage at 9.00pm on Thursday 31st December 2009. Tickets are $15 on sale on the day at the Country Club Hotel or at the door on the night. Tickets are limited.
The Country Club Hotel – see you at the CC!
Shoal Bay Resort & Spa is the ultimate beachfront resort for couples and families alike. Including 200 luxury self contained apartments, 4 restaurants, 5 bars, the iconic Country Club Hotel and the exclusive Aqua Spa.
Shoal Bay Resort & Spa overlooks the pristine white sandy beaches to Port Stephens volcanic Tomaree headland. Shoal Bay boasts walking and cycling tracks, flat water beaches perfect for families as well as three pristine unspoilt National Park surf beaches. For the more energetic a paved pathway to the top of Tomaree affords unparalleled views of Port Stephens, all within sight and a 10 minute stroll of the resort. Port Stephens is the largest Marine Park in NSW with over 160 resident dolphins and 7000 Humpback Whales passing within sight on migration each year.
Dining options range from the award winning Catch at Shoal Bay, the casual alfresco dining of Sandyfoot Café, the iconic Promenade Dining Room and the family friendly Mermaids Bar & Grill. The legendary Country Club Hotel still remains one of the most popular watering holes on the East Coast of Australia.
Aqua Spa includes the unique thalassotherapy mineral spas, twelve treatments rooms, group room and an extensive menu of treatments from hydrotherapy to massage.
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