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Monthly Live Music

WHEN: 4th Friday of the month.

TIMES: Bar from 5pm. Music from 5:30 – 7:30pm

NEXT EVENT: Friday 22 March

COST: Entry by donation


  • Friday 26 April – Rachael Thoms Trio
  • Friday 24 May – Leisa Keen Trio
  • Friday 28 June – Two Blondes and a Bloke

April Rose Mills Trio

Don’t miss Canberra’s newest jazz vocal sensation, April Rose Mills, when she teams up with guitarist Michael Larsen-Collins and bassist Eric Ajaye for Tuggeranong Arts Centre’s Lakeside at 5. Join them for an afternoon of jazz standards from the American Songbook as well as some contemporary pop songs reworked in the jazz vein.


23 February: Creswick (Liam Budge)

Hot off the heels of “In His Words: Voices of Fatherhood”, Liam Budge joins us at the Tuggeranong Arts Centre on Friday 23 February for the February Lakeside at 5 event.

Since releasing his debut jazz album to critical acclaim and a four star review in The Australian, Creswick (F.ka Liam Budge) has continued to establish himself as one of Australia’s leading vocalists and song-writers. In 2014 Creswick relocated to New York City to begin working on new musical ventures and projects. During this year Creswick recorded and played with New York City’s finest musicians including Chad Lefkowitz-Brown, Kris Bowers & Brad Williams. Liam also studied under Grammy-Winning Jazz Vocalist Kurt Elling.

Most recently Creswick launched his jazz project “Creswick” and released a self-titled Debut EP in 2018. This EP featured guitarist Nir Felder (John Mayer, Chaka Khan) and saxophonist Troy Roberts (Van Morrison, Jeff Tain Watts). Liam has performed on many of New York’s finest and storied stages, including Blue Note Jazz Club, Madison Square Garden, Jazz at the Lincoln Center, The Bitter End and Rockwood Music Hall.

Creswick has won several awards and recognitions including the Australia Arts Council’s ArtStart Scholarship, James Morrison Generations in Jazz Award and two ARTSACT scholarships.

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Tuggeranong Community Arts Association is a community-based not-for-profit organisation with a 25-year history. We pride ourselves in supporting your local arts community. We embrace personal expression and diversity. We have a focus on participation and accessibility and helping to shape a sense of pride in the local community. You can help us by joining us in promoting community art and supporting local artists.

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