Stick­ers pro­mote fes­ti­val

Whitsunday Times - - LOCAL NEWS -

THE Air­lie Beach Fes­ti­val of Mu­sic takes off in Novem­ber and lo­cals can win prizes just by pro­mot­ing the event.

Event or­gan­iser An­drew Pat­tin­son said bumper stick­ers pro­mot­ing the fes­ti­val would be avail­able for any­one to stick on their cars for a chance to win.

Fes­ti­val tick­ets, CD box sets, meal vouch­ers, drink vouch­ers and sponser mer­chan­dise are just some of the prizes to be won.

“We’ll drive around Air­lie every month and se­lect cars who dis­play our bumper stick­ers,” Mr Pat­tin­son said.

“Every month, cars will be ran­domly se­lected to win prizes.”

Those with stick­ers dis­played can post a photo and tag Air­lie Beach Fes­ti­val of Mu­sic on Face­book for an ex­tra chance to win.

A larger prize will be an­nounced closer to the event.

Prepa­ra­tions for the Air­lie Beach Fes­ti­val of Mu­sic are well un­der­way and fes­ti­val pro­mo­tor Gavin “Butto” But­lin said the re­cently an­nounced line up was one to look for­ward to.

“It’s go­ing to be lots of fun and laid back,” he said.

“There’s go­ing to be mu­sic from Aus­tralia and around the world.”

Some pop­u­lar solo artists per­form­ing at the fes­ti­val in­clude Tim Finn, Ritchie Ra­mone, Troy Cas­sar Da­ley and Daryl Braith­waite.

The Pot­belleez, The Master Ap­pren­tices, Chain and GANGa­jang are just some of the ea­gerly awaited bands who will also per­form.

The bumper sticker com­pe­ti­tion ends on Oc­to­ber 30 and win­ners will be an­nounced at the monthly Orig­i­nal Sun­days at Mag­nums Ho­tel.

Bumper stick­ers can be lo­cated at Anchor Bar, Air­lie Beach, Whitsunday Sail­ing Club, Beaches Back­pack­ers, Down Un­der Bar & Grill, KC’s Grill & Bar, Pad­dys Shenani­gans, Good­ness Gra­cious Health Foods Air­lie Beach, Moochas Bou­tique, Air­lie Beach Mu­sic Cen­tre, Plants Whitsunday and at the Orig­i­nal Sun­day’s event at Mag­nums Ho­tel on May 8.

STICKY: Lo­cals can pro­mote the fes­ti­val on their car.

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