Vince Jones live in concert

Next date: Sunday, 11 August 2024 | 04:00 PM to 06:00 PM

Warners Bay Theatre presents an intimate Sunday afternoon with Australia's leading jazz vocalist Vince Jones and his world class band.

Warners Bay Theatre is delighted to welcome for the first time the Man with the Voice as cool as a long G&T...Vince Jones!

Celebrating a most significant anniversary of a long-applauded career of songwriting, music and story-telling! Please join us on Sunday 11 August for an intimate afternoon of music with Australia's National Treasure...Vince Jones and his world class band.

“Jones’ effortless sublime voice and command of his beloved trumpet, will have you swooning under his captivating spell.” Iain Shedden, The Australian

Vince needs no introduction to any music-lover, renowned for the Beauty of His Voice and the eloquence of his trumpet playing. This will be an evening of seductive memories and emotions from the Man that brought us the iconic double platinum soundtrack ~ 'Come In Spinner' (from the ABC TV series) ~ 'You Go to My Head' * 'I've Got You Under My Skin' and other favourites ~ ‘Trust Worthy Little Sweethearts’ * ‘Nature of Power’ * 'Rainbow Cake’, and many more, from His vast 22 album catalogue.

"A magical performance by Vince Jones, who now has one of the Best in a long line of exceptional bands." Sydney Morning Herald

His passion and voice as fresh and alive as the first day he hit the stage! Vinces’ longevity in a temperamental Australian music industry is applauded by all, receiving many accolades, multiple ARIA-Awards and much recognition for his unique contribution to the Australian Music Industry.


Tickets can be purchased at the door before the show subject to availability.

General Admission $50 + booking fee

Lake Mac Arts Member $45 + booking fee

Information on Lake Mac Arts membership

LUNCH & SHOW Package [Sold Out]

Enjoy a 2 course lunch before the show at Brown Sugar restaurant opposite the beautiful Warners Bay Esplanade, arrival for lunch service between 1pm to 1.30pm.

You will also receive VIP reserved seating at the theatre.

General Admission - Lunch and Show Package $82 + booking fee

Lake Mac Arts Member - Lunch and Show Package $77 + booking fee


Doors Open: 3.30pm

Show time: 4.00pm

Run Time: 2 hrs (approx), 2 x 45 min sets with a 20 minute interval

This event does not have allocated seating. Please arrive with all members of your party to ensure you are seated together.

Please note there is no need to print your tickets off for this event, the staff can provide electronic check in upon entry.



The carpark at the rear of the theatre can be accessed via the John Street entrance, with limited on street parking available.


The Warners Bay Theatre can be accessed via a ramp on Lake St and flat entry once inside the building. The venue has LH and RH accessible toilets. There are two accessible parking spots are in the car park behind the theatre via the John Street entry.


Set hearing loop to T (Telecoil) - coverage between stage and tiered seating.


There will be a bar open with wine, beer and snacks available to purchase using EFTPOS only

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This event may be photographed and filmed and your image could be used in advertising and promotion by Lake Macquarie City Council. Should you wish to not be photographed or filmed please advise event organisers on entry at the event.

Jones has to be the world’s most laid-back singer in a jazz style, relaxed, cool, and unhurried. His unique smooth vocals captivates the audience as he fills the lyrics with his obvious love of the songs. Working at a high level of excellence is this rare genre-defying artist who creates music without borders. A remarkable interpreter and composer of songs in a contemporary unique style, whilst remaining relevant and prolific as a songwriter, continuing to explore new musical terrains. Confident in his own musical style, he sings like there’s nothing to prove with his distinctive rich velvet voice and profound joy for the music.

Particular about the musical company he keeps, Jones continues to enjoy playing with some of the best musicians the country has to offer and his shows reflect the respect all involved have for the art form of music. Tonight he is joined by long time collaborator ~ Matt McMahon - Piano / MD * Karl Dunnicliff - Double Bass * John Mackey - Tenor Sax and James Hauptmann on Drums.

Jones continues to be invited to grace many stages Oz wide, Headlining major arts festivals and frequently invited by conservatoriums around the country to mentor tomorrow's up and coming music students.

Australia’s leading jazz vocalist, Vince Jones, is a remarkable interpreter and composer of songs in a contemporary jazz style – a style that appeals equally to listeners and his musical peers. As a vocalist he resists showing off technique to the detriment of feel – he’s confident in his musical literacy and sings like there’s nothing to prove. It’s a refreshing approach that gives us, the audience, the chance to be really moved. Vince Jones also plays trumpet and over the years his style has developed a distinctive reserve and subtlety – he plays a little less and draws a good deal more from it than he did in earlier days. A brief, thoughtful solo from Vince is worth a hundred notes played with less discretion.

Each melody transporting the listener beyond a world of care and woes to the sweet meditation of music and song. His trade-mark voice is a tenor of light sweetness, flowing so easily through the music - this band swings soothes and bathes you in warmth.

Born in Glasgow, Vince and his family came to live in Australia when he was 11 years old. He grew up in Wollongong, NSW, listening to his musician father’s collection of great jazz albums, and the feel, style and essence of the music became a natural part of Vince’s world. Starting his jazz performance journey as a bebop trumpet player, the young man had no idea that in 10 years, then 20 years – his superb voice would touch the hearts and minds of many listeners – in Australia and beyond. At 20, Vince began playing the club circuit in Melbourne. He was drawn to R&B music – a genre in which the emotive force of the voice is matched by technical and improvising skills. To a young man steeped in creativity and blessed with a sweet golden voice – it was natural to meld these elements together and so began the evolution of one of Australia’s great vocalists.


  • Sunday, 11 August 2024 | 04:00 PM - 06:00 PM


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