FAM­I­LIES ROCK OUT TO FES­TI­VAL

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GOT kids? Like mu­sic? Thought your days of rock­ing out at mu­sic fes­ti­vals were long over?

Caloun­dra Mu­sic Fes­ti­val is your an­swer with the 2018 event over the Oc­to­ber long week­end set to de­liver some fun and re­laxed vibes for young and old.

The ever pop­u­lar Funky For­est is big­ger and bet­ter and will be home to the Sun Stage with lots of ex­cit­ing ac­tiv­i­ties for kids.

Kids (young and old), you’re in­vited to dress up in your favourite cos­tume and come cre­ate, play and ex­plore.

Nes­tled un­der the shady trees of Kings Beach Park, there’s fun for kids of all ages with daily work­shops, sports, games, face-paint­ing, yoga classes, jump­ing cas­tles, arts and crafts ac­tiv­i­ties.

Mov­ing out of Funky For­est, the kids can build some sand­cas­tles, while you lis­ten to some great tunes at the Sand Stage.

If all of that doesn’t keep you busy, why not nip out for a swim at King’s Beach which is lit­er­ally on the doorstep of the fes­ti­val?

Pa­trons will also en­joy a culi­nary ex­pe­ri­ence at this year’s CMF, as we con­tinue to take fes­ti­val food to the next level.

Footy fans will be able to watch the grand fi­nals at the Sun Stage via a spe­cial large screen area with seat­ing un­der the trees.

And, of course, this year’s line-up is sure to make the event a sell-out.

John But­ler Trio, The Waifs, Birds of Tokyo, The Liv­ing End, The Tem­per Trap, Eskimo Joe, and Sneaky Sound Sys­tem head­line the event.

The su­per­star line-up also in­cludes Shep­pard, Ar­rested De­vel­op­ment, The Scream­ing Jets, Tim Finn and more.

In­for­ma­tion on ac­tiv­i­ties and events in the Funky For­est and on CMF, visit caloun­dra­mu­sicfes­ti­val.com.

FUN: Caloun­dra Mu­sic Fes­ti­val for young and old.

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