Entertainment central at Inverloch

THE Inlet Hotel in Inverloch hosted its annual Beach Party on Saturday, January 21.

This year’s event was bigger and better than ever with entertainment provided by local band The Paddy Cakes.

The Paddy Cakes are an alternative/indie rock band formed in Gippsland last year.

Consisting of Dalton Tripodi (vocals/guitar), Midge Jacobsen (bass/vocals), Oakley Kerr (lead guitar) and Jonah Sleswick (drums/percussion), the band has already developed a cult following in Gippsland, including the Sockettes.

This was their first gig in Gippsland after recently playing at Essendon VFL’s Christmas breakup in Melbourne.

The band started playing at 9pm and was followed by a DJ.

Drink specials were available all night.

All 250 tickets were sold out by 9.30pm.

“The event was a massive night for us. We sold all our tickets on the door by 9.30pm,” Inlet Hotel assistant manager, Tori Passarin said.

The Paddy Cakes will return for a fundraising event on Good Friday night.

Stay tuned to the Inlet’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/www.inlethotel.com.au for further information.

Last year the Inlet Hotel hosted an Easter Egg guessing game only one day prior to Good Friday last year and raised $500 towards the Good Friday Appeal. This year the hotel expects to raise more than $1000.


Party hard: Ash Cuff from Inverloch, Matt Borschman from Leongatha and Alex Castagna from Inverloch partied all night long at Inverloch’s Inlet Hotel on Saturday, January 21.

Partygoers: Mollie Bloch from Wonthaggi and Jade Ray-Angarane from Wonthaggi party hard at the Inlet Hotel’s beach party on Saturday night, January 21, at Inverloch.

Good time: Phoebe Linton from Mirboo North, Aaron Heppell from Leongatha, Oakley Kerr from Mirboo North, Madison Kerr from Leongatha and Ellen Sorrell from Korumburra hit up the Inlet Hotel for the annual beach party held on Saturday night, January 21, at Inverloch.

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