Maroochydore’s Ocean Street will lighten spirits this Easter Sunday with a free family fun filled event that will be jam packed with three stages filled with live World music, amazing artwork and stunning food from local cafés and restaurants. The second annual Ocean Street World Festival is a not for profit event undertaken by the […]
The Noosa Long Weekend Festival (14-23 June, 2013) is so popular that this year, for the first time in the event’s 12 year history, ticket sales have been segmented into two release dates to help the organisers’ manage demand. The annual 10 day cultural celebration will have a total of more than 85 events, with […]
Following his extensive Hits and Blues Tour, Diesel is stripping back into solo mode and heading to Queensland for the Solo and Select Series II tour in May, 2013.
Ange Takats will launch her new album at the Majestic Theatre in Pomona on Saturday 16 February where she’ll be joined by a three-piece old-time band featuring Steve Cook, Caroline Trengove and Tim Finnigan – as well as Sahara Beck as the opening act.
Join the festive celebrations as the Kings Beach amphitheatre comes alive with the spirit of Christmas, at Sunshine Coast Council’s free family-friendly Carols on Kings on Sunday 23 December 2012.
The countdown to Sunshine Coast Council’s biggest end-of-year free event, New Year’s Eve Mooloolaba has begun.
As the festive season approaches, the countdown to Sunshine Coast Council’s biggest end-of-year free event, New Year’s Eve Mooloolaba has begun.
The Sunshine Coast’s Iconic Big Pineapple is set to play host to one almighty music festival on the 20th of April 2013, packed full of some Australia’s and New Zealand’s hottest acts.
Flash mobs, charity events, playing with professional orchestras, workshops, music camp, concerts, friends and fun – it’s all in a year’s work for the talented young musicians of the Sunshine Coast Youth Orchestra.Auditons for 2013 will take place this Sunday at Mountain Creek SHS.
The events will be held on the last Sunday of every month and are part of Mooloolaba Business and Tourism’s ongoing “Revitalisation Plan” for Mooloolaba