MUSIC LOVERS CRUISE DOWN NAMBOUR’S CURRIE STREET FOR ONE MASSIVE NIGHT OF FREE LIVE MUSIC
Over 20 bands performed across five venues in a packed program of established Queensland bands and musicians, as well as some incredible up-and-coming talent from QMusic’s Sunshine Coast Industry Connect program. Kicking off at 5pm, an impressive local line-up included Ayla, Sahara Beck, The Floating Bridges, Screamfeeder and many more who graced the stages of Council Chambers Forecourt, C-Square, The Basement, The Bison Bar and The Time Machine.
Music lovers could move between the venues to discover the full range of talent on offer.
Ayla | Band Of Frequencies | Blank Realm | Buck Dean And The Green Lips | Emily Wurramara | Hannah Rosa | Hobo Magic | Josh Rennie-Hynes | Lifeboat | Major Leagues | Marville | OK Badlands | Pro Vita | Sahara Beck | Screamfeeder | Shifting Sands | The Fergies | The Floating Bridges | The Hi-Boys | Waax | QMusic Industry Connect Artists
The Currie Street Music Crawl was presented by Queensland Music Festival and Sunshine Coast Council.
This project had been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body. This project had also received support through the Regional Arts Development Fund, a partnership between the Queensland Government and the Sunshine Coast Council, as well as the Nambour Activation Fund.