Festival Fun for the littlest of groovers

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Have kids? Like music? Thought your days of rocking out at music festivals were long over? Caloundra Music Festival is your answer with the 2017 event set to deliver some fun and relaxed vibes for young and old.

The ever popular Funky Forest returns and will be home to the Sun Stage with lots of exciting activities for kids.

Kids (young and old) are invited to dress up in their favourite costume and come create, play and explore.

Nestled under the shady trees of Kings Beach Park, there’s fun for kids of all ages with daily workshops, sports, games, facepainting, yoga classes, jumping castles, arts and crafts activities.

New to the Funky Forest in 2017, is Teepee Tunes, an intimate little stage tucked under the trees for our little groovers.

This unique stage will host some amazing artists performing special acoustic sets.
 
Our artists have even learned some classic kids songs, ensuring our little people get to enjoy some groovy tunes.
 
Festival Director Richie Eyles said  CMF was renowned as a family friendly event, which appealed to all ages and tastes.

“The Funky Forest is an integral part of the CMF vibe and programming the events and experiences in this little person’s area is just as important as selecting the right headline talent,” Mr Eyles said.

“We love that so many little people have their first proper music festival experience at CMF.

“Over the 10 years of the Festival we’ve seen many of them grow up to be proper little groovers.”

Information on activities and events in the Funky Forest and on CMF, visit www.caloundramusicfestival.com.au

 
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