23 February 2019
RIOT Comedy is back at it again for Vol. 6! Get ready to see Tassie's meanest, freshest and most kissable comedy acts at Hobart's newest home for nocturnal activities, Yambu Cafe & Bar. Hosted by 90's teenage-heart-throb Tim Logan and featuring a wild plethora of (inter) national comedy heavy-hitters including!
Doors open 7pm Show kicks off at 7:30pm $12 tickets at the door OR $10 tickets (+BF) available right here 👉 www.trybooking.com/BAGAB
Hobart's iconic ARAUCO LIBRE are getting together and will be performing LIVE at YAMBU for this one-off show on the 14th of December.
Come to YAMBU and join us in this rare CONCIERTO ANDINO, we do hope you'll make it!
$15 Entry - Available at TRYBOOKINGS.
This Saturday... A special, one off solo set by Joe; before he buggers off back to the US. Joining him is local guitar champion and troubadour Tim Davies.
RIOT Comedy returns for Vol. 5! Get ready to see Tassie's meanest, freshest and most kissable comedy acts at Hobart's newest home for nocturnal activities, Yambu Cafe & Bar.
You're invited to a four course dinner celebrating El Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead). Funds raised from this event will provide the seed money for the Latin American Cultural Association of Tasmania (LACAT), the first organization of its kind in Tasmania with a mission to spread latin culture through music, food, dance language and art.
and entry to the Dia de Los Muertos party. You may dress in your best Day of the dead costume with Catrina face paint (traditional white skull face paint).
Día de los muertos (Day of the dead) is a Mexican tradition dating back about 3000 years. The origins can be traced to people of indigenous Meso America including Aztecs, Mayans, Purepechas, Nahuas and Totonacas.
The day, and the week leading up to the day of the dead honor and celebrate the life of people who have passed away. Traditions include gathering with family and friends to eat, drink and placing pictures, objects and offerings like sweet bread, sugar skulls, tequilla, bright coloured flowers and trinkets on the alter surrounded by candles in honour and for those who have passed.
The alter will be assembled Oct 28th on the first floor of Yambu so stop in and add your memories and celebrate with us on the night.
Buy Tickets here: https://www.trybooking.com/YVQN
$70 per person Dinner and Entry to Party (6pm-late)
An evening of splendid instrumental folk and jazz with two fine local acts at the enchanting South American restaurant Yambu (http://www.yambu.com.au/)
Meyers & McNamara are an energetic and joyfully unrestrained duo. Violinist Rachel Meyers and accordionist Dave McNamara boldly combine Klezmer and other Jewish music with experimental instrumentals and original compositions.
129 Elizabeth Street
Hobart Tasmania 7000
(03) 6287 7014
Tuesday 10am - 3pm
Wednesday 10am - 3pm
Thursday 10am - 3pm
Friday 10am - 3pm
- Friday evening 5:30pm - late
Saturday 10am - 3pm
- Saturday evening 5:30pm - late
Sunday & Monday - Closed