A CONCERT being touted as "one of the biggest blues nights Kiama is ever going to get" will be hitting all the right notes this weekend.
Three acts will perform at Kiama Bowling Club this Saturday night from 7pm.
The show will be headlined by blues/rock outfit Ray Beadle and the Silver Dollars.
Also appearing will be The Jacky Howellers and The Stingers.
Both support acts feature members from the Kiama area.
The Jacky Howellers performed at the Australian Blues Music Festival in Goulburn earlier this year, and are slated to appear at the Sydney Blues and Roots Festival in October.
The Jacky Howellers harmonica player and Kiama Downs resident Dan Sullivan said Illawarra-based Beadle's band was one of the top blues acts in the country at the moment.
"He has a huge following," Sullivan said. "He's one of the best blues guitarists in the country, and they'll get people jumping and dancing.
"To get those three acts together is probably one of the biggest blues nights Kiama is ever going to get. It's a big one, not to be missed."
Tickets are $5 at the door.