After the success of Adopt a Health Worker while the restaurant was closed to dining during COVID-19.
And a steady stream of business since the easing of social distancing restrictions Centro CBD's Robert Specogna and Michael Michael Arbelias are bringing back live dinner concerts in coming weeks.
Unless NSW goes into lockdown again the first show will be in September.
The first intimate dinner concert was to be Bloom doing a Stevie Nicks, Linda Ronstadt and Carole King show in August but the closure of the NSW-Victorian border means she will no longer be able to travel up from Melbourne.
"We will now start in September with a 70's show and we have almost one concert every week from October through to December," Mr Specogna said.
"In October Doug Parkinson returns and Dragon is coming through.
"We also have Mark Gable from the Choirboys doing a show telling great Australian stories.
"He is going to speak about his time in the industry and the stories behind a lot of the bands. All while singing songs from the Choirboys.
"We also have the Elton Jack Show coming back as well as another tribute show to Rod Stewart and Lionel Richie".
Mr Specogna said early bookings are going well which is an indication of just how much lovers of live music are missing the opportunity to go out and be entertained. Coming shows are being posted on the Centro CBD website as will any changes to required through the coronavirus crisis.
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