Last chance to see British India founder Nic Wilson in show at Shoal Bay Country Club

CALLING IT QUITS: British India will tour to Shoal Bay on December 15. It will be one of the last chances to see the original line up on stage.
CALLING IT QUITS: British India will tour to Shoal Bay on December 15. It will be one of the last chances to see the original line up on stage.

British India fans will have one last chance to see guitarist and founding member Nic Wilson perform in Port Stephens before he retires from music at the end of the year.

The Australian indie rock band from Melbourne will tour to Shoal Bay Country Club on Saturday, December 15.

It will be one of the final chances for fans to see the original line up – Wilson, Declan Melia (vocalist and guitarist), Will Drummond (bassist) and Matt O'Gorman (drummer) – on stage.

“British India is something we started as snotty nosed high school kids, that became something much bigger and more important to people than we could have ever expected,” Wilson said.

“The three lads in the band were the three best men at my wedding and the three best men to play a part in in my life.

“But time moves on and I have other things I want to try my hand at and I am ready to see what else I can do.”

Ticket’s to Wilson’s last tour in Shoal Bay, on sale now, cost $34. The show will kick off at 7.30pm.

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