Eumundi Live 'WinterSun' Festival to Bring Music to the Hills
Georgia Condon | On 12, Jun 2014
Most Brisbane residents would be aware of the small Sunshine Coast hinterland town of Eumundi, and particularly its renowned markets, chilled out vibes, and quaint scenery.
Eumundi Live is an all-ages, picnic-style endeavour held four times a year, described as â€œone of the best little boutique music festivalsâ€, presenting Eumundi locals and roadtrippers with an array of music genres from local and farther-away artists.
WinterSun (as its name suggests) is the cold seasonâ€™s festival, and this yearâ€™s lineup is set to provide some chilled out tunes to those willing to brave the mountainâ€™s chill.
Taking to two separate stages on the 29th of June are artists including Melbourneâ€™s Tanya Batt (whose sound reveals similarities with collaborator Hayden Calnin), alternative folk group Elliot The Bull, and Hannah Rosa, one of Brisbaneâ€™s current favourite local artists.
If a tasty array of artists in the gorgeous Eumundi amphitheatre isnâ€™t enough to tempt you, Eumundi Live events donate their profits to local charities! Eumundiâ€™s Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre, the Katie Rose Hospice and organisation Riding for the Disabled all directly benefit from the event, originally conceived by Anthony and Susa Wynne-Hoelscher.
A great reason to load up the car and take the incredibly pleasant drive up, Eumundi Liveâ€™s WinterSun festival is sure to draw crowds to the relaxed, welcoming town.
WhatÂ Eumundi Live ‘WinterSun’ festival
WhenÂ Sunday 29th of June
WhereÂ Eumundi amphitheatre
How muchÂ Free for children under 12, students $16.50, adults $22.50
Images: Eumundi Live, Elliot The Bull