The brackets south crew proudly present another wonderful night of superb music, delicious food and friendly company on top of our beautiful Kincumba Mountain.
BYO everything or choose from another great selection of meals served by our lovely hard-working kitchen volunteers. Bring a friend, a smile, a blanket, a torch to light your way and treat yourself to what has to be the cheapest and most family friendly night out on the Coast.
Sam Windley is a folk/alternative singer-songwriter from the Central Coast of NSW, Australia. Her guitar-driven, unique sound can be likened to artists such as Phoebe Bridgers and Feist, with a quirky Aussie vibe.
A keen songwriter, Sam is inspired by her love of surfing and the earth, and her honest lyrics open up about life and the human experience with an original, down-to-earth feel. Sam can be seen playing at local haunts, events and festivals, and busking the streets of the Central Coast. She is planning to release her debut EP, recorded by Sydney-based producer Billy Otto, later this year.
The Hillside Five hail from the Central Coast bring raw acoustic Bluegrass style picking. With instrumentation consisting of mandolin (Jenny Harwood), upright base fiddle (John Yeats), banjo (Craig Gavin) and acoustic guitars (Bill Diebert & Gary Brewin), the band plays slow and loose within the “American” genre, traditional bluegrass standards and bluegrass’ised popular hits, from gospel to the irreverent.
Check us out on https://www.facebook.com/HillsideFive/
This venue is the birthplace of Brackets and Jam on the Central Coast and the community considers it as it's spiritual home. The Mountain itself holds a strong significance for our Aboriginal community and has been a long-standing meeting place for Central Coast people. The rock outcrop situated in front of the kiosk forms a natural pool which is said to have once been a sacred birthing place for women. The Mountain now gives birth to many new beginnings as the hub of creative community arts in the southern Central Coast region.