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Check out the new Music Brunch series at Bricks & Barrels, launching with Dave Dobbyn

The new Go-with-the-flow Music Brunch series will begin on Saturday, 12 November, with Kiwi legend Dave Dobbyn headlining the event at Bricks & Barrels, which begins at 12.30pm for three hours.

Designed to reflect a dreamy summer afternoon of food, drink and entertainment, the brunch will be an easygoing affair in the venue’s breezy beer garden.

The event is family-friendly, with dedicated childcare facilities, healthy snacks and entertainment for kids under 12, allowing parents to kick back and enjoy quality live bands during the course of a the show.

KL’s first music brunch fits perfectly with Dave Dobbyn’s unique brand of Kiwi melodies and lyrics. The Auckland musician comes to Malaysia with a full band at the end of a successful world tour.

New Zealanders will need no introduction to Dave Dobbyn, who is the country’s most celebrated singer-songwriter with a career that dates back to 1975. For many Kiwis, his guitar-led music provides a beloved soundtrack to their lives. Appearing first, at 1:30pm, will be Jesse Sheehan, an accomplished young Kiwi musician whose debut album has been produced by Neil Finn of Crowded House.

Details:

  • When: Saturday, 12 November, 12:30pm to 3:30pm
  • Where: Bricks & Barrels, Sri Hartamas
  • Admission: Get your tickets here at TicketPro.com

Ticket choices

Guests have a choice of tickets. The entry-level music-only ticket allows guests to come and enjoy the music and purchase food and drink at their convenience. An all-inclusive music and free-flow package is also available, with inclusive beer and red/white wine for the duration of the event. And a substantially discounted family ticket gives parents free-flow drinks and passes for two children to the creche. Childcare for other ticket holders is available at a small charge.

Learn more about the ticket choices here at TicketPro.


Photo credit: khaosproductions via Foter.com / CC BY-NC-ND




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Bill Birch

I guess we should now call it brucks end berrels?

John Fletcher

Most famous for the Footrot Flats score ‘Slice of heaven’

Yoke Kim Wong

Yes, i remember that one.

Emily Yong

Pooi Yin if i lose pool that day then i should be able to come. So would u rather me to join this event? :p

Pooi Yin Chan

Don’t want you to come then. Emily Yong

Pooi Yin Chan

Emily Yong Grace Lai Yee Xunli Tan Boon Chiew

Andrea Jones

Sounds great such a shame we are away! I hope they will do more of these?

Fiona Wood

Awesome! Dave, keen for some nz music? You won’t be disappointed!

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