Sunshine Coast- What’s on in Sunshine Coast – 6 July 2022

What’s on in Sunshine Coast this weekend?

This weekend is all about live music and performance!


Live Music on Friday at Night Quarter 

  • Fri 8th Jul, 4:00 PM – 10:00 PM
  • 8 The Avenue, Birtinya QLD 4575


Bullhorn And The Steel Syndicate










Bullhorn is hitting the stage at Sunshine Coast’s Nightquarter to launch their new single and video, Nation Am I. Joining on stage will be the incredible talent of The Steele Syndicate. Nation Am I at Smoked Garage is Bullhorn’s fourth Music Video from their new Live On Location series where beautiful locations in their home city of Brisbane, Australia are showcased to their wider audience. For this release Bullhorn is serving up the location of Smoked Garage in Fortitude Valley, a motorcycle repair shop meets bar with industrial rustic stylings, lights and a retro theme.

Killer Queen Experience & Bowie starring Jeff Duff at Kings Beach Tavern

  • Sat 9th Jul, 8:30 PM
  • 43 Burgess St, Kings Beach QLD 4551(Kings Beach Tavern)

Killer Queen Experience







For the first time two of Australia’s favorites Live acts, Killer Queen Experience & Jeff Duff as David Bowie, come together to perform the greatest hits of Queen & David Bowie!

Killer Queen are recognized around the globe as the leading Queen tribute band meeting Brain May & Roger Taylor from Queen in 2020, while Jeff Duff is “Flamboyant, eccentric, charming with a stunning voice, is one of the greatest entertainers Australia has produced” – Molly Meldrum. This show sold out last time, so don’t miss out on tickets for this show Caloundra!


August River Band at Eumundi Brewery

  • Sat 9th Jul, 7:30 PM – 10:00 PM
  • Eumundi Brewery, 1 Etheridge St, Eumundi QLD 4562


August River Band

The Imperial Hotel Hotel Eumundi is hosting a great local line-up on Saturday 9 July with August River Band supported by Lucid Safari. Hearing August River Band for the first time, you may find yourself thinking Roy Orbison was fronting an unplugged Faith No More show with Stuart Copeland on drums. Prepare yourself for cinematic lyrical noir with dark tales full of imagery from a lost Cohen Bros script, odd-time metal riffs played on acoustic guitars, soaring and swooning classical violin layers underpinned by heavy dub rock bass lines, harmonies and a heavy dose of poetic romance. These bands love performing live and are chomping at the bit to share the love, so grab a paddle!







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