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Hear local music legends at this free Western Sydney gig series

When it comes to supporting local creative talent, Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre in South-West Sydney is our go-to venue. CPAC Live is one of their fledgling music events, offering a series of free live concerts highlighting up-and-coming local artists.

In February, hip hop and R’n’B artists from Western Sydney were in the spotlight, but for the next installment, rock’n’roll will be the melody of the day. Headlining the bill is punk-pop partiers Bloods, who mix classic garage-rock with brighter tinged grunge sounds.

They’ll be supported by high school young guns the 902, funk-focused five-piece the Elevator District, mod-rockers the Factory and the Avalanche, plus dreamy duo Ash and Nic

Doors open at 5pm so you can waltz through for a pre-show feed of burgers and beer from Bellbird Dining and Bar and Stockade Brew Co before the sounds start at 6pm.

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