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Your guide to Grooves on the Green at Adamstown Bowling Club

Grooves on the Green will take over Adamstown Bowling Club with an absolutely killer lineup of local talent on Saturday, 25 June.

The free event will see five bands take to the stage for a celebration of the Newcastle music community.

In recent years Adamstown Bowlo has cemented itself as one of the best places to see live music in the city.

The Barn Bistro At The Bowlo will be in full swing serving up stacks of deliciousness to feed local music lovers.

Woodfired Pizzas have been the hot ticket menu item at The Barn, but you won’t go wrong with a plate of their bourbon-glazed pork belly bites and a bowl of waffle fries either.

Check out the lineup for Grooves on the Green, which kicks off at 3:00 pm on Saturday, 25 June at Adamstown Bowling Club on Glebe Road, below. And hit for more information.

Grooves on the Green Set Times
Adamstown Bowling Club
Saturday 25 June


Armed with her new single, Read Between The Lines, which was produced by ARIA/Golden Guitar winner Matt Fell, Piper Butcher‘s distinct sound and individuality will shine bright on the Grooves on the Green stage later this month. Look out for blistering versions of crowd favourites from Piper’s debut EP, September, including the amazing Before The Thunder – which you can check out above.


Winners of the 2022 University Of Newcastle Band Comp, Acacia Blue are a five-piece with plenty of riffage and attitude. If you’ve never seen Acacia Blue before this is a great chance to catch one of Newcastle’s most exciting up and coming bands.


Liquid Zoo capture nostalgic elements of indie lo-fi pop-rock that has seen the young four-piece tearing it up at local venues and house parties.

LOONS – 6:45PM

Surf rockers, Loons bring together the sounds of garage punk, psychedelic grunge and skater thrash rock all into one colourful bundle of fun. Keep an ear out for singles Vienna and Screenface.


Over the past 3 years, Slapjack incorporate old-school funk sensibilities into modern pop and dance, drawing on inspiration from artists in the New York and Boston indie scene. The seven-piece group is carving their own path through the Australian music scene through their high-energy live shows and unique instrumentation.