BACK TO SAN QUENTIN
50 years after Johnny Cash performed in San Quentin the show comes to Griffith
In 1968 the Folsom Prison album made Johnny Cash a legendary figure in popular music and the San Quentin prison was built off the back of that success. Five decades later musician Daniel Thompson will bring the show to life on Friday at the Griffith Regional Theatre. Tickets are $65 for adults and $55 for members.
Touring exhibition of Southern Highland Printmakers begins on Friday
First formed 24 years ago, the Southern Highland Printmakers are a group of 28 exhibiting artists. All artists have connections with the Southern Tablelands between Sydney and Canberra, and have each chosen a starting point for their work whether it's Australia's colonial artists like Joseph Lycett, or the modern greats or the crafts of Australia's first peoples. The exhibition officially opens at 6pm on Friday, with artists giving talks about their work on Saturday from 11am.
NATIONAL ART DECO FESTIVAL
Leeton pulls out all the stops to go back in time
Events kick off from 10am on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. There's live period music, art deco walking tours leaving from the Roxy Theatre, a soapbox derby and a Flappers and Felons Ball.
Griffith's Southside Leagues Club hosts Duble from 8.30pm. Sameera takes the stage at the Exies Club on Saturday from 8pm on Saturday. Groovology Acoustic will perform at the Southside Leagues Club at 8.30pm on Saturday.
Fresh food, crafts and more at Griffith Showgrounds
Griffith Rotary's markets open from 7am until midday on Sunday.
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