Cracker day, cracker crowds head to Caloundra Music Festival 2019

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Crowds - Jeff Fitzpatrick - CMF 2019

As the Sunday sun set, crowds were loving the bass, and the energy from The Superjesus and Regurgitator. 

With another magic day forecast tomorrow, the beachside festival is expecting last minute sales from locals to check out the Monday line-up. 

The quality line-up includes Ben LeeDieselSahara BeckWendy Matthews & Grace Knight, and Australia’s own 2019 Eurovision contestant Kate Miller-Heidke will grace the stage with her operatic, angelic voice and supported by a string quartet.

Gates open 11am tomorrow.  Grab your tickets, your towel, your water bottle and your I.D. and enjoy a long weekend of sun, surf and soul.  For the program, parking and more festival information www.caloundramusicfestival.com

The Caloundra Music Festival is an event initiative of Sunshine Coast Council and supported by the Queensland Government through Tourism and Events Queenslandand features on the It’s Live! in Queensland events calendar, worth $800m to the state’s economy in 2019.

ENDS

Monday ticket prices


Buy online or from the Festival Box Office located on Edmund Street, open from 10am:

Ticket Type

Monday

Adult 18+

$69

Youth 13-17yrs

$57

Pension Card Holders

$57

Child 1-12 yrs

$22

Kings Club

$108

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