THINGS TO DO: Caloundra Music Festival

10 September 2018

Got kids? Like music?

Thought your days of rocking out 
 at music festivals were long over? 


Held over the October long weekend, the 2018 Caloundra Music Festival is set to deliver some fun and relaxed vibes for young and old.

The ever popular Funky Forest is bigger and better and will be home to the Sun Stage with lots of exciting activities for kids.

Nestled under the shady trees of Kings Beach Park, there’s fun for kids of all ages with daily workshops, sports, games, face painting, yoga classes, jumping castles, arts and crafts activities.

Kids (young and old) are invited to dress up in their favourite costume and come create, play and explore!

Moving out of Funky Forest, the kids can build some sand castles, while you listen to some great tunes at the Sand Stage.

If all of that doesn’t keep you busy – why not nip out for a swim at King’s Beach? It is literally on the doorstep of the festival.

For the foodies, CMF is taking festival food to the next level! Festival patrons are invited to take a food journey over the four days of Sun, Surf & Soul by visiting an array of food trucks and pop-up restaurants on offer throughout the Festival site.

This year there will be comfortable, dedicated dining areas throughout the Festival, including a large undercover seating area at the Soul and Surf Stage.

Footy fans in the family, fear not – you won’t miss the finals! Set next to the Sun Stage is a special large screen area and seating under the trees showing the live footy finals.

And of course, this year’s line-up is sure to make the event a sell-out.

John Butler Trio, The Waifs, Birds of Tokyo, The Living End, The Temper Trap, Eskimo Joe, and Sneaky Sound System headline the event.

The super star line-up also includes some of Australia best known music acts including Sheppard, Arrested Development, The Screaming Jets, Tim Finn, Thirsty Merc and CMF’s perianal favourite Daryl Braithwaite. Phil Jamieson, Horrorshow, Emily Wurramura, Caiti Baker and The Soul Movers (Murray from the Wiggles new band!) also join this year’s festival.

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Kids on the Coast/Kids in the City
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