Tickets for the third annual OFFBEAT MUSIC FESTIVAL in Eumundi are on sale today, Friday 4 November, with a line-up that brings some of Australia’s top acts to Eumundi for the first time ever and confirms that live music is back and it is better than ever.
The festival will take place on Saturday 25 March from 12noon, with two stages and a first announcement line-up that boasts Thelma Plum, Gretta Ray, Electric Fields, Clews, and Brisbane based Clea, alongside local favourites Blues Arcadia and a stack of fresh acts like bogan-funksters Playlunch and indie rockers Eastbound Buzz and Tommy Gun.
“We are thrilled with this first announcement line up and with limited ticket numbers to this boutique event, we are pretty excited to get tickets on sale.” says Festival Director Alice Jones.
“Without the assistance of the Federal Government’s RISE grant, acts like Thelma Plum, Gretta Ray and Electric Fields would not be seen in Eumundi, we are very lucky,” Alice says.
Alice says OFFBEAT promises to be just that. “A little offbeat, a bit quirky, a little off the beaten track, and a bit of the unexpected,” she says.
The weeks ahead will see the announcement of further OFFBEAT events that will form part of the Offbeat Music Festival weekend running from Friday 24 March, through to Sunday 26 March in various locations throughout the village of Eumundi.
“OFFBEAT will offer the best of what locals hold dear” Alice says, “A weekend of incredible music, great vibes, and creativity, all set in the beautiful town of Eumundi”
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The 2023 Offbeat Music Festival is proudly supported by Restart investment to Sustain and Expand Fund (RISE) – an Australian Government initiative and is an 18+, Covid safe event.
Offbeat Music Festival
Imperial Hotel, Eumundi
1 Etheridge St, Eumundi
TICKETS: $95 + booking fee via Oztix.