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The Currie Street Music Crawl

byLiz Tuckett-05 Jul 2017

People think the Sunshine Coast is all about lacing up and lycra. And while we do sporting events very well, we also definitely punch above our weight when it comes to music festivals.

The year starts anew with the Woodford Folk Festival before gearing up a notch for the Big Pineapple Music Festival and then it is music mayhem in the back half of the year with Noosa Alive, Maroochy Music & Visual Arts Festival, Mitchell Creek Rock N Blues Festival, Gympie Music Muster, Caloundra Music Festival and the Jungle Love Festival. 

And now over three weeks in July, is the Queensland Music Festival.  

With the Sunshine Coast’s very own Katie Noonan as Artistic Director, the Festival will include The Currie Street Music Crawl – a chance to cruise down Nambour’s Currie Street for one massive night of free (yes free) live music on Saturday 8 July from 5pm to 10pm. 

Catch over 20 bands across five venues in a packed program of established Queensland acts, as well as some incredible up and coming talent from QMusic’s Sunshine Coast Industry Connect program.

Sahara Beck
Sahara Beck

With the Sunshine Coast’s very own Katie Noonan as Artistic Director, the Festival will include The Currie Street Music Crawl – a chance to cruise down Nambour’s Currie Street for one massive night of free (yes free) live music on Saturday 8 July from 5pm to 10pm.

Catch over 20 bands across five venues in a packed program of established Queensland acts, as well as some incredible up and coming talent from QMusic’s Sunshine Coast Industry Connect program.

Kicking off at 5pm in Nambour, an impressive local line-up including Ayla, Sahara Beck, The Floating Bridges, Screamfeeder and many more will grace the stages of Council Chambers Forecourt, C-Square, The Basement, The Bison Bar and The Time Machine. 

View the full line up

Move between the venues to discover the full range of talent on offer. Entry to all gigs is absolutely free and all you’ll need to bring is some cash to refuel at one of Currie Street’s food vendors.

Please note, this an 18+ event.

Find out more about the Queensland Music Festival
 


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