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Sunday 2nd September 2pm – 5pm

Our Story

We don’t just love food – we live and breathe it.

Here at Angels Bayside we bring all that’s good in food and beverages, tie it in a bow with exceptional service presented in the idyllic location of Jervis Bay.

While we are tantalising your palette you get to see this awesome view from our al fresco dining section.

Then to add more atmosphere during the warmer months we have free live music on selected Friday nights, Saturday’s and Sunday’s

We support some of our local artists from the Vincentia and Sanctuary Point areas. 

Recognised artists from as far as Sydney, Queensland and WA travel to play on our special corner.

Come join our team and many of the friendly locals where all of the good things come together in Huskisson down on the corner with a sea breeze and views of our little paradise.

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Sunday 19th August   2pm – 5pm

Kane will have you up and dancing between his cheeky banter and skilled guitar playing. Kane more commonly known as the front man for 19-Twenty band, which is a blues grass high energy event. Kane has a wide selection of songs he plays as a solo act and your bound to enjoy what he can deliver.

His ballards will have you singing along and take you on a journey so come see all that is Kane for an afternoon of fun. 

Sunday 26th August 2pm – 5pm

Mick delivers a powerful vocal range through various genres of music. These styles can range from Jazz, Blues, Rock, Funk, Soul, Reggae and much more. Mick has performed in numerous events connecting with the audience as an entertainer with his down to earth, funny and charismatic personality. Working as a professional singer since 1995 he has worked with artists such as Human Nature, Dragon front man Mark Williams, Rose Tattoo front man Angry Anderson, Singer Jacky Love, Guitar Vertuoso: Bruce Mathiske and regulary performs with ‘A’ Grade session guitarist Peter Northcote.

Sunday 2nd September   2pm – 5pm

Charlie Harper is a four piece rock and blues band that formed in the Illawarra about four or so years ago. The band was originally a 5 piece band and was called ‘Charlie Harper and the Mudsliders’.  The band work most weeks around the pubs and clubs of the Illawarra and with the completely extroverted Charlie Harper out the front are always sure to entertain.

Sunday 9th September   2pm – 5pm

Kane will have you up and dancing between his cheeky banter and skilled guitar playing. Kane more commonly known as the front man for 19-Twenty band, which is a blues grass high energy event. Kane has a wide selection of songs he plays as a solo act and your bound to enjoy what he can deliver.

His ballards will have you singing along and take you on a journey so come see all that is Kane for an afternoon of fun. 

Sunday 16th September   2pm – 5pm

With her gravelly voice that’s capable of soft
ballads and new pop favourites from generations of pub rock, blues and rock and roll. Kate strives to keep her audiences dancing, laughing and singing along to everything from the 60s through to now. She prides herself on an ability to fulfil requests arming herself with an arsenal of hit songs and favourites along with forgotten numbers and one hit wonders.  So be part of the crows while she belting out these anthemic favourites.

Sunday 23rd September   2pm – 5pm

Imagine if Janis Joplin and John Lee Hooker had a baby together; musically, this girl would be the offspring of that union. Genevieve is an extraordinary performer who exudes raw energy by the bucket load with songs that speak of the complexity of human experience and her passion for life. With her original brand of Blues and Roots has the power to enthral an audience with her passionate songs full of rich melodies, sung with a voice that’s amazingly gravel-like and smooth all at once. Comparisons to the great Janis Joplin, Tracy Chapman & Melissa Etheridge. On stage, she inevitably lives up to her reputation for giving her all, she looks like an angel, roars like a lion and plays guitar like a demon!

Sunday 30th September   2pm – 5pm

Campbell defies easy categorization. He’s a slide guitarist, a songwriter, banjo player, blues singer, busker, and more. The sort of performer found in New Orleans blues joints. 

Campbell’s strongest musical influences were blues-rock musicians from America and the U.K. – and his own household.

“My father was a big influence,” he says. “But so were Bob Dylan, Van Morrison, The Band, and the Rolling Stones. I always liked the way The Band brought variety and diversity to their sound. So my sound has bits of country, soul, Celtic, and rock. I love the variations.”

Sunday 5th August   2pm – 5pm

With her gravelly voice that’s capable of soft
ballads and new pop favourites from generations of pub rock, blues and rock and roll. Kate strives to keep her audiences dancing, laughing and singing along to everything from the 60s through to now. She prides herself on an ability to fulfil requests arming herself with an arsenal of hit songs and favourites along with forgotten numbers and one hit wonders.  So be part of the crows while she belting out these anthemic favourites.
Wednesday 25th April   1pm – 4pm
An entertainer in every way from his Dad jokes to audience participation. This is one solo act you won’t want to miss. A great collection of covers performed Mick style. The kids even get involved so bring them along and join the fun as we pay our respects to our fallen on Anzac’s Day

Sunday 29th July   2pm – 5pm

Friday 20th April   5pm – late
Baxter Stone and the chocolate dogs with Baxter an international artist in his own right. Adrian on bass has been playing with Baxter since the ‘Two Dollar Moon’ Melbourne based band from 1996. Then adding Jillian the drum pixie to the mix with her powerhouse vocals has you wanting to see this trio again and again.

A local favouite with many, this trio with a long list of covers and original music will have you clammering for more. Their repertoire includes rock, blues, country and bluegrass.

Sunday 13th May 2pm – 5pm
Well known on the Folk Festival Scene this awesome band stays true to the Woodstock playlist. With an authentic feel to the genre they will transport you back to the 60’s with their interpretations of the revolutionary songs from 1960 to 1972.
Sunday 26th May 2pm – 5pm
Sydney based band No Brakes are having a ball playing their unique brand of rock n’ roll, rockabilly and country with an infectious energy that fills the dance floor and simply feels good! Drawing on a great wellspring of music from the 50’s they balance tradition and innovation to produce a sound that is retro on rocket fuel!

The recipe is refreshingly straight forward with no bells, mirrors or computers – just four musicians who are passionate students of this era and deliver with enthusiasm.

Lead vocals in the style of early Elvis, with moves to match, Big Double Bass slapped within an inch of it’s life, sizzling Gretsch guitar in the style of the Stray Cats and real drums played with perfect dance tempos.

Sunday 22nd April   2pm – 5pm
The newly formed duo will be showing us how they are spreading good vibes and music around the South Coast and NSW. Jayden has been a hit at Angels as a solo artist on several occassions and we can’t wait to see what he has in store for us as a duo.
Saturday 21st April   2pm – 5pm
Last Chance Honey have quickly become a favourite on the music scene Home base is on the South Coast of NSW with Jervis Bay on their doorstep.
From a private party to a club gig they get everyone on the dance floor. Already with a solid following they are guaranteed favourites.

A long list and ever expending collection of songs from different eras and genres. Last Chance Honey will fill the dance floor.

Members Ron Cooke – guitar & vocals, Jenny Cooke – vocals & percussion, Chris Vider- bass & vocals, Bruce Ford – Drums will deliver the goods every time.

Sunday 27th May 2pm – 5pm
A songbird at the age of 6, Doing the local talent quests and charity work. Then at the age of 14 Emma was selected for World Championships of the performing arts (wcopa) this competition was held in America Emma competed against 56 other countries and came 3rd in the world, achieving her life goal to win for Australia.

She is now a regular at the country music festival in Tamworth and many more locations across NSW. This singer songwriter is sure to impress you. For an afternoon of serenading come join us for this local singer songwriter will definitely shine.

Angels Bayside Cafe

72 Owen St

Huskisson

02 4441 8196