Music legend to perform aboard whale watching vessel

Published 12:00pm 26 June 2024

Music legend to perform aboard whale watching vessel
Words by Nadia Chapman

Brisbane Whale Watching is excited to announce that country music legend James Blundell is set to perform aboard the luxurious Eye Spy vessel.

The special evening will take place on July 27 from 5pm, where guests can watch the beautiful Moreton Bay sunset, while listening to the soulful tunes of James Blundell.

Captain Kerry Lopez says she is excited about hosting such a remarkable event.

“We are beyond excited to welcome James Blundell aboard Eye Spy for this very special performance,” she says.

“His music resonates with the spirit of the ocean and the beauty of our surroundings here in Moreton Bay.

“This event is not just a concert; it’s an experience that blends the tranquil beauty of the beautiful Redcliffe Peninsula with the heartfelt melodies of an Australian music legend."

Guests will board at the Redcliffe Jetty and the vessel will stay securely tied to the Northern Finger for the duration of the night.

Blundell will perform some of his chart-topping hits such as Way Out West, Down on the Farm and This Road.

The country legend shared Captain Lopez’ excitement saying: “Performing in such a unique setting, surrounded by the stunning seascape at sunset, is a dream come true.

“I look forward to sharing this special evening with everyone on board.”

Head along

When: Saturday, July 27, from 5-8pm

Where: Brisbane Whale Watching | Redcliffe Jetty

Cost: $99 | includes entertainment, a glass of champagne upon arrival and grazing platters

For more information, visit the website.

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