Music in the Park comes to Redcliffe

Published 9:00am 21 November 2023

Music in the Park comes to Redcliffe
Words by Nadia Chapman

Kick back and relax in the warm spring breeze as Music in the Park comes to Redcliffe this weekend.

On Sunday, November 26, Suttons Beach Redcliffe will transform into a vibrant and lively hub filled with free entertainment and delicious food.

Boasting an impressive lineup of talented local artists, delectable food trucks and free face painting, this event is sure to promise an afternoon of fun, rhythm and community spirit.

This year, prepare to be serenaded by local musicians, Harry Phillips, Kelsey Berrington, Never Two Late and Winchester Revival Unplugged on the main stage.

Alongside the captivating stage performances, there will be a diverse range of food trucks, serving up food and beverage options for everyone to enjoy.

Music in the Park Redcliffe is a family-friendly event, and there will be plenty of activities for the little ones to enjoy, including free face painting.

Key details

When: Sunday, November 26

Where: Suttons Beach, Redcliffe

Time: 2-6pm

Cost: Free

Stage program

2pm – Harry Phillips

3pm – Kelsey Berrington

4pm – Never Two Late

5pm – Winchester Revival Unplugged

Music in the Park is proudly presented by City of Moreton Bay, and strategic sponsors Moreton Alert, Ausbuild, UniSC, Brisbane Whale Watching, Village Motors and Pacific Harbour Golf and Country Club and Gold Sponsors, Sesame Lane, Crew Legal, State Member for Redcliffe - Hon Yvette D'Ath MP, and Community Sponsors Dynamic Bradview Roofing, Tempest Restaurant, Crown Properties.

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