past gigs and events
With its distinctive, creative and entertaining presentation, Paverty is one of Australia’s leading folk/bush bands.
Fresh from hibernation The Pavs feature a strong vocal and an instrumental line up which includes leading players of guitar, fiddle, whistles, flutes, mando and bass. The Pav's distinctive and wide choice of material ranges from bush ballads, contemporary country to jug-band music ensures a fun night of music.
University College Social
Cancelled - COVID
A birthday party.
More info. coming
Social event for a group of young visitors to Canberra, see: http://www.wodenrotary.org.au/customdata/index.cfm?fuseaction=display_main&ItemID=47085&OrgID=8118
Sadly, the 2020 National Folk Festival has been cancelled: see https://www.folkfestival.org.au/
The Wamboin community is holding a bush dance to raise drought relief funds ... and as a social event for the community. Locals with extended memories see this as resurrecting a previous use for their community hall.
All fund from the door and donations go to drought relief.
Come early for some auctions and fund-raising for the cause.
The Canberra Shanty Club and Paverty are helping host an event to raise funds for animals affected by the bush fires, see: https://www.facebook.com/events/191873741867266/
The fundraiser is at the Hall Pavillion. The Pavs are due to play 6-7pm in an evening of diverse entertainment.
Hall Pavillion, Off Gladstone St, Hall
Dance the night away. This is the Belconnen Community Service's first dance of this kind (the band has done this type of thing before). The experienced band will teach each dance ... then continue providing instructions as throughout the dance.
The O'Conner Primary School is having it's deferred bush dance.
Paverty Bush Band is helping celebrate another birthday.
Function in Collector NSW for the volunteers for the Collector Pumpkin Festival.
Paverty Bush Band is providing entertainment for an event launch.
Paverty Bush Band is providing entertainment for a pre-school's celebrations.
A birthday party ... time TBC
Though Paverty Bush Band is not booked to play, it is still a pilgrimage for many members of the band.
Paverty Bush Band will play some bush dances and songs at the Biggest Barn Dance at Thoroughbred Park to support Rural Aid.