Caloundra Music Festival – Ultimate Beach Chills

Caloundra music festival night time crowd

The unmissable Caloundra Music Festival is fast approaching for this year’s instalment, with tickets selling out quickly across the four day event, this year’s festival is bursting with incredible musical talent.

Starting on the 28th of September the first bands in an incredible line up will begin to wow and serenade you. Included in the line-up you’ll find some big names, including: Eskimo Joe, Daryl Braithwaite, and the Birds of Tokyo as well as a long list of local and international acts to fill the stage right across the long weekend.

The Caloundra Music Festival aims to bring a broad audience of locals and visitors together in celebration, to enjoy world-class music, food, arts and local culture, and to showcase the natural beauty, creative talents and unique character of the Sunshine Coast’

Caloundra main soul stage event

Every year, the festival sets out with a vision to create an experience that incorporates the diverse culture of the Sunshine Coast region and a sustainable attitude in its operation for the benefit all of patrons. The goal of the event is to: stimulate the local economy by bringing in music fans and talents from the world over; to showcase Caloundra and the surrounding Sunshine Coast as the vibrant and diverse tourist destination that it is; celebrate the region’s unique heritage, character, culture, and local creative talents; encourage community participation and to build capacity, while also embracing our unique environment and to promote the Council’s Vision the Sunshine Coast’s sustainability. This non-for-profit operations is not only family-friendly, but community and environmentally friendly too.

Caloundra Music Festival night time crowds

Ticket sales have already begun for this iconic event of the Sunshine Coast, and Queensland’s social calendar – it truly is an unmissable weekend to spend with some friends.

For more information on the line up and the event itself, visit the official festival website here.

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