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Heart of the Vol­un­teer, An­zac Day cel­e­bra­tion, Robina Au­di­to­rium, Robina Town Cen­tre Drive: Fol­low­ing the 8.30am Robina An­zac Cer­e­mony, cel­e­brate our com­mu­nity and its peo­ple with a 2.30pm con­cert for all the fam­ily. Fea­tures the 2013 Youth Con­certo Per­for­mance Op­por­tu­nity. Visit gold­coast­phil­har­monic.com for de­tails. The Blen­ders, An­zac Day Dawn Ser­vice, Coolan­gatta/ Tweed RSL: The Blen­ders sing an Australiana reper­toire be­fore the Dawn Ser­vice at 5.30am. Visit the­blenders.com.au for de­tails. Greg Bankx, RSL Southport: Greg Bankx and Cham­pagne Jam play live tunes for An­zac Day. Show at 1pm. Free en­try. Cross­roads, Cur­rumbin RSL: Lo­cal duo play a va­ri­ety of cov­ers in hon­our of An­zac Day. Show at 1pm. Free en­try. The Rubens, Oh Mercy, Walk The Moon, MT Warn­ing, Coolan­gatta Ho­tel: (Re­port, Page 4.) Show at 8pm. Tick­ets $25 Aimee Fran­cis, The Loft: Syd­ney artist head­lines an all-fe­male bill with Love Like Hate, Breach No­tice and Jules Woo. Show at 7.30pm. Tick­ets $10. Ja­son Machado, Man­dala Or­ganic Arts: Live Brazil­ian pop­u­lar mu­sic. Show at 6.30pm. Tick­ets $3. Chris Sheehy, Lit­tle Beans: Chris Sheehy, Tay­lor and Stephanie Pick­ett play live for Nobby’s Orig­i­nals. Show at 7.30pm. Free en­try. Felic­ity Law­less, The Cave: With Dion Tay­lor and Karl S Wil­liams for Nobby’s Orig­i­nals. Show at 8pm. Free en­try. Paul Ge­orge, The Palmy Cafe: Ti­juana Car­tel front­man Paul Ge­orge plays an in­ti­mate solo show. Thrash Thurs­days, Surfers Beer­gar­den: Me­tal/punk bands. Zookeep­ers, Southport Sharks: Cov­ers and mod­ern jive live from 7.30pm. Free en­try. Ses­sionkatz, Else­where: Ses­sionkatz, Six Shooter Cahill and Chris Miller on decks. Tick­ets $3. Sex ’N’ Choco­late, EAST: Live mu­sic from lo­cal band Sex ’N’ Choco­late for Wor­ship Thurs­days Ladies Night. Brazil­ian Forro Trio, Swingin’ Sa­fari: Clas­sic Brazil­ian mu­sic and Forro dance. Show at 8pm. Tick­ets $5.

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