Key Employment, along with Key Employment Youth Services (KEYS) are pleased to present the 2018 Battle of the Bands. KEYS coordinator Allan McKibbin has worked hard to entice the best young local bands from up and down the coast to compete for the awesome 1st place prize of 10 hours recording time at Valley Sounds. Other prizes include strings and the like from Coffs guitar shop. How good is that! If you’re in a band and haven’t entered yet, its not too late, see attached entry form for details. For those that have entered, be warned, there’s some crackin bands entered so you’d better bring it.
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