Festival of Small Halls is back in Rainbow Beach on 10 December so hurry and get your tickets.
Woodfordia started touring folk musicians around to small country halls that were in danger of closing, to bring new life to these culturally valuable community venues. They always have one international and one local acoustic act.
Rainbow Beach’s hall is not in danger of closing, but we are a bit off the beaten track when it comes to music and other cultural performances.
So Brooke Bignell invited them here in 2018 and since then, Small Halls have brought various international acts to delight, inspire and entertain Rainbow Beach residents. This year is no different.
Fresh from Canada, Inn Echo are an indie folk trio with a unique sound. They are supported by talented singer-songwriter Sam Buckingham from NSW. For more information about the artists, go to the Small Halls website.
Our very own local muso Tina Goodwin has been chosen to open the evening and if you haven’t heard Tina sing, you really should do yourself a favour – book your seat and get there early.
Tickets are $15 adults with free entry for children under 16 who are accompanied by an adult.
Tickets are available online at www.festivalofsmallhalls.com or from the CIRS office (Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri). There will be only limited ticket sales at the door on 10 December at the hall so buy early and you won’t miss out.
Doors open at 6.30pm. Boomerang Bags will do a sausage sizzle and CIRS will run the bar from 5.30pm. For more information, contact Brooke on 0412 132 699.