Shore Festival a sure thing for young talent
Twenty two acts across two stages for only $12 has got to be a sure thing. And that is exactly what next month's Shore Festival at Lake Kawana promises to be.
An initiative of Caloundra Youth Linx and Lifeline, The Shore Festival is a drug and alcohol free event for all ages that will feature a mix of original music from young performers across the country.
Caloundra City Mayor Don Aldous said the festival, to be held at the Lake Kawana Community Centre from 12pm to 9pm on Saturday 9 June, is a great way to showcase young talent.
"The Festival is all about showcasing original music from local and interstate performers, "Cr Aldous said.
"Its not only a great performance opportunity for young people, it is also a chance for families to spend quality time together at a low cost."
Cr Aldous said the event is more than just a festival, offering something for everyone with market stalls, exotic food and roaming street performers.
Performers include Showpony, From the hearts of hero's, Blackwater Fever, Many Machines on Nine, Golden Virtues, Ination, Drawcard, SIeight of Hand, Lump, In2nation, Gunsmith John and Dementia 13.
The Shore Festival is supported by The Foundation of Young Australians, who have provided financial assistance through a sparks funding grant.