It’s time to head north for some epic festival shenanigans.
Following their biggest years yet in 2018, Sea N Sound Mooloolaba and Stones Corner Festival Brisbane are back to double down in 2019 with another stellar line up to showcase the best of the best.
Sea N Sound, a snapshot of the unique coastal lifestyle of the area, will focus on live original music, local seafood and Australian craft beer to bring a truly affordable event to the Sunshine Coast, bringing together all things that make Mooloolaba such an amazing place.
The event will once again be set at the picturesque location of The Wharf Tavern’s outdoor precinct. This time around, ARIA Award-winning artist Amy Shark will lead the charge, alongside Busby Marou, Didirri, Ali Barter, OKA, Kyle Lionheart, I Know Leopard, Cheap Fakes (pictured) and Livi Robbins rounding out the festival’s biggest bill yet.
Complete with a vast selection of craft beer, cider, gourmet food offerings and – of course – Mooloolaba’s famous seafood, Sea N Sound continues to cement its place as one of the country’s finest regional festivals, bringing some of the country’s best artists to town on Saturday 8 June. Visit seansound.com.au for tickets.
Back for its sixth year on Sunday 5 May, Stones Corner Festival is stoked to announce a stellar lineup of iconic Aussie bands, featuring festival faves Jebediah, Area-7 and local Brisbane legend Darren Middleton of Powderfinger.
One of Brisbane’s largest and most anticipated annual street parties, the free celebration of the inner-city suburb and its community will bring together great local food, breweries and artisans in support of the MND and Me Foundation, supporting Queenslanders living with Motor Neurone Disease and funding ongoing research.
Live acts will take the stage with electrifying performances from 12pm, and joining the high-energy headliners will be sets from party starters Cheap Fakes, critically acclaimed We All Want To and Townsville punkabilly group The VanKeys, with plenty more acts still to be announced. The best part? It’s free (apart from a gold coin donation) and all ages. Visit stonescornerfestival.com.au for updates.