Nambour Forecourt Live!

Date: 22/04/2022 - 22/04/2022
Location: Nambour Council Forecourt, cnr Currie Street and Bury Street
Time: 4:00 pm     Daily

Nambour Forecourt Live! A free, family friendly live music event on Friday, April 22 thanks to Sunshine Coast Council and Peace Run Records.

We welcome you to attend our next Nambour Forecourt Live! event kicks off at 4pm and features live music by talented local artists, Bobby Longstaff, Those Folk and JaZZella. There will be creative workshops between 4pm and 6pm. A licensed bar thanks to Tram Co. and food trucks will be available from 5pm until 8:30pm.

Again, there will be children’s face painting by donation, as well as donut decorating and a weaving workshop.

On sale are local brewers Sunshine and Sons, Diablo Ginger Beer, Stalwarts and Morts.

This event is a Nambour Special Entertainment activation event sponsored by Sunshine Coast Council and supports local artists and businesses. Peace Run Records is proud to program some of the best local talents as part of this wonderful community event. All welcome, please register your attendance.

About the performers

BOBBY LONGSTAFF at 5PM

Rarely do you meet an earthy and engaging storyteller with a stunning singing voice. Bobby Longstaff is a multi-instrumentalist, brilliant exponent of the guitar, and has the ability to light up the room with his wit. His style encapsulates blues, neo-soul, pop and raw narrative-driven folk.

THOSE FOLK at 6PM

Charismatic, authentic and thoroughly entertaining, Lawrence Menard (United States) and Clare Quinn (Australia) are the transpacific-troubadours known as Those Folk. Since meeting in Scotland in 2012, they have travelled extensively together and are now based on the Sunshine Coast. A partnership forged in the fires of folk music, their song writing explores love, hope, belonging, and the human condition. Breath-taking vocal harmonies feature alongside rich instrumental work performed on guitar, accordion, mandolin and banjo.

JAZZELLA at 7:15pm

JaZZ began her professional journey into the live music scene at 15 years old. Then, she represented Australia against 50 other countries, in the World Championships of Performing Arts. JaZZ won all five categories she entered with her original songs. At 16, JaZZ was supporting artists such as Delta Goodrem, Kate Ceberano and Bindi Irwin. She was performing at big events such as the Halogen National Young Leaders Day held at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre. She regularly performs for international audiences by touring her music on cruise ships with her band.

Written by Kids on the Coast/Kids in the City

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