Fred Leone is one of the Butchulla Songmen, a language custodian, and a ground-breaking, award-winning artist coming to the Rainbow Beach Spring Festival
The Rainbow Beach Community Centre Committee has been passionately thinking of ways to give back to the broad community.
The first of its kind Rainbow Beach Spring Fest is all about music: roots, reggae, traditional and folk music.
“We aim to make this the third annual successful live music event in town. Big events are good for the locals and for tourism,” said President Elisa Seul.
“The purpose is to connect the community through music. We are driven to create an unforgettable experience that helps to foster and enrich the cultural and economic scene in the region.”
The festival is a celebration of freedom, love and beauty through signature sounds.
A thrilling line-up will launch the Rainbow Beach Spring Fest, with internationally recognised artists: Oka, Hat Fitz and Cara, Fred Leone and The Lyrical. The performers will push you to feel the rhythm, explore culture and discover music.
Saturday September 4, the Centre Block adjacent the Community Hall will become alive, the gates will open at 2pm. The Spring Fest is a family-friendly event; by purchasing the tickets you will also help the not-for-profit association to fundraise money to improve the venue.
“The hall building needs some improvements on top of ordinary maintenance, we are investing in the Spring Fest to reinforce our community spirit and move forward with our projects,” President Elisa explained.
Tickets on sale now through: trybooking.com
For information contact email@example.com or find the event on social media.