Final line-up locked in for Caloundra Music Festival

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Music lovers, it’s time to get your tickets, now that this year’s final round of artists have been locked in. 

The latest artists to join the high-calibre talent list for the October long weekend festival includes:

  • ARIA Award-winning singer-songwriter from Brisbane, Conrad Sewell
  • James Reyne, rock legend
  • Pop-rock band GANGgajang
  • Hat Fitz & Cara
  • Hayley Grace & The Bay Collective
  • Volcanic Lovers
  • Karlou
  • Bullhorn, 9 piece brass band
  • The Dreggs, Sunshine Coast locals 

Festival director Richie Eyles said Conrad Sewell is a big drawcard for our younger festival punters, while seasoned performer James Reyne and GANGgajang will satisfy the Aussie rock sentiment that we know always works well with our crowd. 

“Brisbane-based Bullhorn has a great following here on the Sunshine Coast and will be a hit with their catchy original tunes and their big brass sound for the groovers and shakers that love to dance,” Mr Eyles said.

Sunshine Coast locals, The Dreggs, are debuting their new song ‘You and Me’ next month, and will be honing their live performance skills around New South Wales and Victoria before taking to the Song stage at CMF.

Don’t be so reckless, make sure you buy from official ticket seller Moshtix or go via the Caloundra Music Festivalwebsite at 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 Queensland.

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