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IN PHOTOS: star musos and young rockers at festival

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IN PHOTOS: star musos and young rockers at festival


IN PHOTOS: star musos and young rockers wow crowds at Sunshine Sounds festival

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An impressive line-up of seasoned performers and a group of little rockers have shared the stage at a boutique music festival on the Sunshine Coast.

Some of Australia’s top musicians converged for the Sunshine Sounds Festival at the Eumundi Showgrounds on July 29 and July 30.

They were joined by a host of talented youngsters from the Eumundi School of Rock.

Photographer Zoe Worth of Worth Photography was on hand to capture some great photos from the event.

Scroll down for a gallery

Festival producer Katie Noonan was thrilled with the sense of community and talent that took to the stage for the second running of the event.

“There were so many musical highlights but there were huge goosebumps watching our young Eumundi School of Rock musicians seize the opportunity to jam with Tim Rogers,” she said.

“Tim brought his musical best and also his mentoring best, full of terrific rock n’ roll and life advice for our next generation of musos.”

“The kids absolutely shone on stage, and I think everyone fortunate enough to be there was blown away by their talent and excitement.

“It’s a special little boutique community festival and a festival with real heart.”

The all-ages festival showcased a line-up that also featured Katie and Tyrone Noonan of george, Clare Bowditch, Asha Jefferies, Hat Fitz and Cara, Deline Briscoe, JaZZella, Layla Barnett, Zara, Lyndon Davis and the Gubbi Gubbi Dancers, Andrea Kirwin and the Yama-Nui Social Club, Band of Frequencies and more

Festival-goers also embraced craft activities hosted by Mt Ninderry Art House while Sunshine Coast Council’s Wellness Team hosted zumba and yoga classes and Nova star Productions brought their exceptionally long-legged performers.

Sunshine Sounds Festival was made possible thanks to the support of Sunshine Coast Council and Visit Sunshine Coast, along with Regional Arts Australia and Flying Arts, The Imperial Hotel and Eumundi Brewery, Eumundi Community and District Association and Experience Eumundi.

Andrea Kirwin. Picture: Zoe Worth.

Clare Bowditch.

Tim Rogers.

Hat Fitz & Cara.


Guitarist Isaac Conomos.

Tyrone Noonan.

Shannon Sol of Band Of Frequencies.

Layla Barnett.

Deline Briscoe.

Lauren of the Eumundi School of Rock.

Festival organiser and performer Katie Noonan.

Kate Rose and Amanda Brierley.

Kaleah Scanlan, Gina Tay Limpus, Isaac Conomos and Asha Jefferies.

Jarrod Tutbury, Russell Kappar, Dean O’Neil, Jo Chambers and Eumundi School of Rock’s Zara.

Kylie Rowe and her talented daughters Ruby and Abbey, former students of the Eumundi School of Rock.

Tim Darbyshire, Carli Darbyshire, Denyse Darbyshire an d Rob Darbyshire with Eumundi School of Rock performer Sam.

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