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$27 +bf

6:30pm doors, 7:30pm show

Table bookings for groups of 8 or more only – please email us for table reservations AFTER you have prebooked to tables@camelotlounge.com.au

All other tables and seats are first in best dressed.

While general admission tickets do NOT guarantee seating, on most nights everyone gets a seat. Arriving as early as you can is always recommended, and conversely, arriving really really close to show time isn’t necessarily the best course of action.

Please book carefully – as no refunds, credits or exchanges on tix!

All ages welcome (but under 18′s must be accompanied by an adult)

Fully licensed – NO BYO. Delicious food (including pizza!) available.

Aria award nominees King Tide are Australia’s’ premier original Rock Steady Reggae gut soul band. King Tide have been touring non-stop since the release of the bands third album Roots Pop Reggae released by Vitamin Records July 2009 with appearances at festivals as wide and varied as “Sydney Festival Opening Night”, “Womadalaide”, “Ragamuffin festival”, “The Great Escape”, “Peats Ridge Festival”, “Wave Rock Weekender” W.A, Coast Fest”, “Playground Weekender”, “Reggaetown”,“Island Vibes Festival” “Sub Sonic Festival”, “Mullum Fest”, “Wollombi Fest”, “Rainbow Serpent Festival”, and recently headlining Reggaefest in Ballina with and as the backing band for Jamaican studio one legend Stranger Cole.

“Listening takes me back to another time, when the world seemed a better place, when people smiled in their cars while listening to reggae beats”

Paul, FasterLouder 2005


“There is much to marvel at when rock steady royalty King Tide take the stage. From out of the fattest, deepest grooves come brooding horns, delay-warped keys and steady, muted stabs of electric guitar.”
Brett Winterford Sydney Morning Herald

"King Tides third album’ Roots Pop Reggae” is a “infectious melody welded to sinuous rock-steady dance rhythms”
Anthony O’Grady “The Australian”

"With Hughes sounding like he was born and raised in Jamaica the moment the first song. The catchy “Atomised” bounces into life. You know you are in safe rock steady hands."
Martin Jones Rhythm Magazine

“Simply, and I have written this before. King Tide is one of the best live acts in this country"
Paul Busch Faster Louder