Saturday 14th April 5pm – 9pm 

Good Nights will start at 5pm and the concert will culminate in a spectacular Fireworks!

Stay tuned for the new line-up which will be announced closer to the date.

But as a taste of the awesome talents you can expect, here’s what happened in 2017 …

Last year’s Good Nights at the Bunbury Show featured Dunsborough local Brayden Sibbald, who had a massive end to 2016 when he took oute South by Southbound Band Comp, scoring himself a place on the Southbound Festival lineup. Brayden’s talent has seen him nominated multiple times for the WAM Song of the Year awards, including two nominations in the 2015/16 Awards for tracks off his recently released EP. 

Joining him was Tom Day, a roots rock musician from Margaret River who is rapidly making a name for himself on the West Australian music scene with his phenomenal guitar work and foot-thumping, energetic on-stage vibes. He recently shared the stage with the likes of Kim Churchill Tom Richardson and Benny Walker at the Festival of King Island, and is gearing up for a massive north-west tour over winter.

Bridgetown’s Tracey Barnett also brought her unique blend of folk, blues, roots and country acoustic rock to the stage. Armed with guitars, stomp box, harmonica and an incredible voice, Tracey brings an unstoppable energy every time she performs.

Bunbury’s Tori-Rae rounded out the lineup, opening what is guaranteed to be an excellent evening of live music at the LiveLighter Bunbury Show. At age 15 Tori-Rae wrote and recorded her first song “Family of Porcelain” which was nominated as a finalist for Open Songwriter of the Year at the Boyup Brook Country Music Festival. She was the youngest in the 30 year history of the festival to be nominated in the Open Section, and took out the Junior Vocalist of the Year.

The Good Nights at the Bunbury Show in 2018 is set to be awesome!

Brayden Sibbald

Tom Day

Tracey Barnett


Special Guests – The Formidable Vegetable Sound System