Program of Event

Live Music – Friday and Saturday nights with Mick Lindsay 

If you were at Channel Country Ladies Day in Quilpie 2021, you will no doubt remember the energy Mick Lindsay brought to the dancefloor!

We are excited to announce Mick is joining us once again bringing the tunes to Bedourie for our 2023 event.

Queenslander Mick Lindsay is well-known on the country music scene, both in Australia and abroad, having developed a huge following for his unique vibe.

Mick will be playing a mix of his favourite music and yours over the weekend, so get ready to let your hair down, have a dance and enjoy the tunes!

Comedy duo Mandy Nolan and Ellen Briggs

We are so excited to bring crowd favourites Mandy Nolan and Ellen Briggs BACK to Channel Country Ladies Day as our resident Comedians in 2023!

In their show, Women Like Us, Mandy and Ellen tell everyday stories about their struggles, parenting, the beauty industry, strange surgeries, obsessions and frustrations – it’s a show that’s sold out at Melbourne Comedy Festival, and we so ready for the laughs!

As well as stand up comedy, Mandy and Ellen will be delivering a memoir writing workshop, and for the first time in CCLD history, we will have a life drawing workshop with nude modelling from Ellen herself! It’s going to be fun, frivolous and a joy to be back with ladies for another year.

Atete Panui Live Hawaiian Show

Atete Panui as a solo artist, an historian of Hawaiian Culture. She is “Kumu Hula” and choreographer /singer/song writer who uses her gifts to share the “Aloha Spirit”, which is love. Her “Haumana” (group of dancers) learn at the Punahele Hula Halau in Bli Bli Queensland. Here she has connected with several indigenous groups since 2004 providing jobs for the Kananka on the Sunshine Coast.
Atete will also be running a Hula Dancing workshop over the weekend, you can check out the details here.