Grab a picnic hamper and get along to Council’s free Summer Tunes program.
â€¢ Queens Park â€“ Children’s Play Area; Performing: The Darlington String Quartet, 10am to noon
â€¢ Picnic Point â€“ Band Stand; Performing: Flash Back, noon to 3pm
â€¢ Laurel Bank Park – Shade Shelter Area; Performing: Andrew Kucks, noon to 3pm
â€¢ Newtown Park â€“ State Rose Garden; Performing: Jazzy Chats, noon to 3pm
Crow’s Nest Centenary Park; Performing: Slow Train Coming
Think of a six-piece live rock band with horns! Slow Train Coming has an eclectic style influenced by rock, pop, blues, jazz, soul and Memphis. They play covers from the past four decades. Two electric guitars, bass, drums, trombone and saxophone are joined by two male lead singers and three back-up vocalists.
This year the program has expanded to Crow’s Nest (Feb 9), Pittsworth (Feb 16) and Millmerran (Feb 23).
The full program can be viewed at www.toowoombaRC.qld.gov.au/summertunes