Just over the horizon, something new is stirring. Introducing Yonder – a new immersive multi-day camping arts and music festival held in the rolling hills of the Sunshine Coast Hinterland from November 28 until the 30th 2019. From the team behind the Brisbane Street Art Festival and the co-founder of Jungle Love Festival, comes a new immersive festival experience, curating a broad spectrum of emerging and established artists across all mediums and genres. Innovative and experimental works, engaging high-end audio and visual production and showcasing exciting new works.
The musical line-up is both exciting and very eclectic, with a strong mix of genres and artists to assure each festival-goer has something to look forward to, and something new to experience. Included in the lineup are acts such as A Love Supreme, Alex Intas, Apeman, Asha Jefferies, Avaxa, Belt Ullrich, Boom Boom Bean Selecta, and many many more. Alongside an extensive music program across four stages of more than 70 artists, the festival maintains an equal focus on visual art, theatre, dance, and audience engagement through workshops and talks. Freshwater creek swimming locations and stunning sunset views from the site’s towering hill are among the festival’s most attractive natural beauty, providing an air of reclusiveness from bustling city life, with some fantastic Sunset and Sunrise views. Offering both BYO and licensed bars, Yonder will accommodate those who prefer to work through their own BYO esky, or leave the catering to the bar team with hand made cocktails to quench those finer tastes, alongside a delicious and diverse selection of food stall options. The event waste management program is dedicated to reducing waste going to landfill and promotes the use of recyclables and sustainable practices.
The Yonder Festival experience is set to be one not to forget, with a range of experiences and talents that will have you constantly entertained with something new to try each day. Tickets and a full list of all acts and talents are available through the Yonder Festival website here with options for “glamping” on-site, for those with more money than know-how.