DUSK is back presenting free entertainment on the shores of Lake Kawana

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Are you looking for a family-friendly outdoor community event to liven up your Sunday afternoon? If so, mark June 16 in your calendar, come on down to Venue 114 and kick back and listen to live music in a beautiful location.

You’ll catch an impressive line-up of local artists and bands including Dubarray, The Moonsets and singer Solar, who’ll bring your Sunday evening to life on the outdoor stage.

There’ll also be roving entertainment by the creative industry students from Kawana Waters State College, projections on the back stage at sunset, food trucks and a fully licensed bar.

Community Solutions Group managing director David Curd said his organisation was very proud to partner with Venue114 to present DUSK – a showcase of local food and music.

“We encourage Kawana residents to head to the Lake with their families and friends and enjoy the beautiful sunset and wonderful musicians, as the food trucks create an easy dinner on a Sunday evening,” he said.

So mark Sunday, August 25 and December 1 in your calendar for the two remaining DUSK events for 2019.

Event parking is free and public transport is available nearby. In the event of wet weather, DUSK will be relocated to inside Venue 114, located at 114 Sportsmans Parade, Bokarina. Dogs on-leash are also welcome.

For the full program information visit www.venue114.com.au or keep up-to-date by following Venue 114 on Facebook or Instagram @Venue114bokarina

DUSK is proudly produced by Venue 114 in collaboration with Community Solutions Group.

 
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