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Indigo. Starts at 8pm. En­try $10. KULAZ Cur­rumbin RSL: Pop, reg­gae, soca, bal­lads, ca­lypso and dance with a Caribbean twist. Starts at 7pm. Free en­try. CC THE CAT Mi­ami Mar­ketta: Reg­gae, funk and soul vibes live at Mar­ketta from 5pm. Free en­try. JOSH LEE HAMILTON Burleigh Brewing: Roots and folk singer from By­ron Bay per­fect for a chill-out ses­sion. Starts at 4.30pm. Free en­try. SAM BUCKINGHAM Cur­rumbin RSL: Live and acous­tic on the deck, play­ing cov­ers with the twist of a clas­si­cally trained vo­cal­ist. Show at 5pm. Free en­try. PINKSTA & SWAUSSYFIRE South­port Sharks: African dance, pop, reg­gae and soul from 8.30pm. Free en­try. tal­ented 19-year-old mu­si­cian who blends mod­ern pro­duc­tion with smooth vo­cals, didgeri­doos, gui­tar and per­cus­sion. Doors open 4pm. En­try $3. THE BEATLES ORCHESTRATED The Star Gold Coast: Due to over­whelm­ing de­mand, the world’s premier Beatles band, the Bea­tle Boys, and the Aus­tralian Symphony Orches­tra are re­turn­ing in 2017 with a new show. Doors open 7pm. Tick­ets $99.90. THE BEATLES SWING Twin Towns: Di­rect from Lon­don, Craig Martin and his eight-piece swing band show­case a new take on The Beatles songs, span­ning the years 1962 to 1970. Show at 2pm. Tick­ets $12. DARYL JAMES He­lensvale Mar­kets: Gritty psych/blues fused with raw acous­tic roots, with an un­de­ni­ably funky un­der­cur­rent of ska and hip-hop. Doors open 6am. Free en­try. CANDICE DIANNA Cur­rumbin RSL: Gold Coast singer-song­writer in the vein of No­rah Jones, Aretha Franklin and Missy Hig­gins plays Deck Acous­tics from 5pm. Free en­try. SEAN FITZGER­ALD Palm Beach Mar­kets: Gold Coast mu­si­cian Sean Fitzger­ald per­forms lives at the mar­kets, tak­ing in­spi­ra­tion from the likes of Jack John­son, Ben Howard and Damien Rice and 70s pop. Doors open 6am. Free en­try. THE WEATHER MAN Mi­ami Mar­ketta: The Weather Man aka DJ Cli­mate brings his crisp and funky mix­ing to

Round Mountain Girls in the Wa­ter Un­der the Bridge line-up.

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