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Patriots can dance to Ruby’s beats at Harvey Road Tavern

The famous Ruby Rose is coming to Gladstone to showcase her beats to the region.
The famous Ruby Rose is coming to Gladstone to showcase her beats to the region. Contributed

DO NOT miss Ruby Rose at the Harvey Road Tavern on Sunday night.

Following one of the biggest days of the year, the tavern will hold an epic Australia Day celebration.

A handful of DJs will pump out the most popular beats, and the striking Ruby Rose is included on the bill.

Ruby will perform live on stage at 11pm.

Ruby has continued to ramp up her profile through MTV, Australia's Next Top Model, her own designer label Milk and Honey and of course, her hot DJ beats.

Ruby's talents extend to many areas and the Gladstone region will now have the chance to see some of that talent showcased live.

The Harvey Road Tavern's Sunday Australia Day Bonanza is set to begin at 8pm and finish at 2am. Go along and celebrate Australia Day.

Topics:  australia day, djs, gladstone music, harvey road tavern, ruby rose




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