A free flood benefit concert featuring some of Australia’s best musicians, and local talent, will be staged at the Lockyer Valley Cultural Centre Gatton on Friday 29 July from 7.30pm.
Song Trails LIVE is a special Queensland Music Festival event presented in partnership with the Lockyer Valley Regional Council, Energex and Queensland Rail.
The Gatton Song Trails LIVE will include four artists; Clare Bowditch, Kev Carmody, Stephen Cummings (The Sports) and Dave Faulkner (Hoodoo Gurus). These performers are also conducting a series of free public song writing
workshops in Murgon, Mundubbera, Gladstone and Maryborough as part of the Song Trails South tour.
Donations to the Lockyer Valley Flood Appeal Fund will be collected on the night.
To secure tickets, visit the Lockyer Valley Cultural Centre in person or online at www.visitlockyer.com.au. Limit of four tickets per person.
Queensland Music Festival is a biennial celebration of musical excellence. Working with communities throughout the state, QMF has a vision to transform lives through unforgettable musical experiences. From 15-31 July, the best of local, national and international talent will perform every conceivable style of music to Queenslanders in Brisbane and in 33 regional and remote centres.