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New Years Eve
31 December 2018 @ 4:00 pm - 9:30 pmFree
Free family-friendly new years event to celebrate the end of 2018 for residents and visitors to Caloundra. There will be plenty to entertain the whole tribe including amusement rides, face painting, a twilight movie and stage performances in Kings Beach Amphitheatre. Delicious treats from the many food stalls will tempt your taste buds. At the end of the event fireworks will light up the sky on the shore of Kings Beach.
Food: BYO picnic to Caloundra NYE Celebrations at Kings Beach Amphitheatre or be tempted by the delicious bites the food trucks have on offer. German sausages, Vietnamese rice paper and spring rolls, satay chicken, crispy calamari, gluten free and vegetarian options, gourmet Turkish Gozleme, delicious pizza, pancakes, potato swirls, ice cream, drinks and to finish off… mouth watering donuts injected with jam, chocolate and custard.
Kicking of Caloundra NYE 2018 at the Kings Beach Amphitheatre stage is Soula with her signature style and sound and impressive guitar skills.
Making any song her own in her own unique way, Soula is a multi-dimensional singer-songwriter originally from Melbourne. It is her strong passion for world music and diverse cultures that has given her signature style and sound. This uniqueness has led to captivating many audiences around the world. During one memorable street performance, an onlooker was so enchanted by her impressive guitar skills that he exclaimed: ‘WOW – is this really happening?!’
Soula various cultural influences mean that each song puts you aboard a flight to a different country around the world. Her goal is to challenge the standards in music (as she is constantly rising to it) with her brave performances often including original and exceptional renditions of songs which leave the audience wanting more.
Most recently, Soula has been playing shows around the Sunshine Coast and Brisbane, from Solbar to Peregian Originals.
Music Part 2:
Having spent virtually every weekend of the past seven years developing a reputation as the coast`s hardest working buskers, Tim & Sam are now plugged in, amped up and thrilled to present their music as a five piece band.
Sametime are impressing a wider audience with their indie pop and those trademark sibling harmonies, having recently played at the Caloundra Music Festival and getting some love for their new single ‘When You Come Down’ on Triple J breakfast.