Music and Entertainment
What better thing to do in Broome then laze in the tropical gardens of the Courthouse Markets to free entertainment and music. Or sit down under the stars at the magical Town Beach Night Markets to lip-smacking food, market stalls and infectious live music.
Every weekend at the Courthouse Markets local and visiting musicians play reggae, Broome calypso, blue, folk, bluegrass, folk, rock and soulful jazz from the balcony of the historic Cable House.
If its meeting friends or entertaining the family you will be humming to the tunes of live musician at the Thursday Night and Staircase Markets.
Courthouse Market Entertainment Guide
Sat 25 Nov
Elwood Gray is an exciting young singer-songwriter from Broome, who draws upon folk and rugged blues. Elwood’s musical influences began with fireside mandolin with a style that harks back to early blues and bluegrass.
Sat 2 Dec
Tanya Ransom, Broome’s own multi-instrumentalist trades between acoustic and electric guitars, open tunings and ukulele to further accompany her strong and soulful vocals in a contemporary folk blues.
Sat 9 Dec
Eloy Cardenas hails from the tiny island of Providence in the Caribbean. He grew up with island music, playing traditional instruments such as the horse jawbone and washtub bass. His family are the musical mainstay of the island, and family band ‘The McLean Brothers’ regularly appear in festivals across the Caribbean and in Colombia.
Eloy made his home in Broome in WA in the early 1990’s. He plays a mix of reggae, calypso, Latin, and the songs of Providence.
Sat 16 Dec
Sat 23 Dec
George Bishop is an artist and musician based in Broome, WA.