All new line-up for Venue 114's latest gig

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With the positive news that COVID-19 restrictions are easing across indoor venues in Queensland, Venue 114 is thrilled to announce the exciting line-up for its next LIVE@114 music gig scheduled for Saturday 5 December.

Proudly presented by Venue 114, this lively performance features a diverse line-up of local, talented artists including DJ Global Party People followed by Solua, The Mad Tones and headline act Sunny Coast Rude Boys.

The award-winning Sunny Coast Rude Boys are a 10-piece soundwave playing uplifting ska and reggae (classic covers and originals) drawing on musical influences that have shaped this genre from the Jamaican movement through to British pop Two Tone.

The 'Rudies' have shared the stage with the likes of Bad Manners,  Nicky Bomba, Strange Tenants, The Original Wailers as well as headlining at Island Vibe Festival, Woodford Folk Festival, Blues on Broadbeach, Caloundra Music Festival and QLD Ska & Reggae Festival to name just a few.

Global Party People feature DJs and producers duo Sri Keshava and Joakin Eskasan.

Together they mix back-to-back their original remixes and mashups, switching between the decks and live instrumentation, and never missing a beat to keep us feeling good.

Aussie-Californian Sri and Mexican-American Joakin have been touring the world for the last five years and are very happy to share their music influences with us on the Sunshine Coast once again.

Solua is a radiant heartfelt band who bring a happy vibe full of rhythm and grooves through their conscious music.

Raised on the sultry Caribbean island of Guadeloupe by Brazilian and French parents, front-woman Melissa Cambon performs a repertoire in different languages that reflects her wonderfully vibrant heritage.

The Mad Tones' music encompasses a fun mixture of reggae ska and crooning island soul.

The Mad Tones feature an all-star reggae ska line featuring Kazman (Dubmarine) Rudi Quinzalez (Island Vibe), Ali Files (Darky Roots) and Dougie Fresh (BluesFest MC).

With influences as diverse as The Specials, Prince, Manu Chao and Fela Kuti, you will find yourself getting swept up in the collective euphoria of getting your jive on. Whether it's a dank basement or the arena, The Mad Tones take the energy in the only direction they know – through the roof.

Sure to be a sell-out Sunshine Coast audiences will be in for a treat as these popular, engaging LIVE@114 music series will continue to evolve throughout 2021.

Get your tickets now!

When: Saturday 5 December, 7-11pm featuring;
DJ Global Party People, Solua, The Mad Tones and Sunny Coast Rude Boys
Where: Venue 114, 114 Sportsmans Parade, Bokarina
Cost:  $25pp + bf BOOK NOW at www.venue114.com.au
Licensed, seated event. Under 18 years must be accompanied by an adult

*Venue 114 adheres to all Queensland Government COVID-19 guidelines and operates in a COVID Safe environment.  


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