This light-hearted event will once again showcase a diverse range of local emerging and established performers, including musicians, dancers, actors and more.
All ages are encouraged to participate. Young talent will be highlighted, with the first hour mainly dedicated to performances by school age and younger performers, followed by other groups and solo acts. Headline performances include Sulco and Miss Marie.
People are encouraged to get creative with their dress to be in the running for the best shoes and hat prize.
Event coordinator, Natasha Odgers, said that following the great success of the first talent night, the event will continue to present local talent and build a sense of community.
“The night gives people an opportunity for people in the area to perform for one another and build people’s connection with the community,” she said.
“We also want to uncover undiscovered local talent and give new artists confidence in taking the first step to put their creative talents out there”.
Auspiced by the Hinterland Community Development Association, this community initiative has received funding from the Sunshine Coast Council to run four of these events over twelve months.
“We have been so fortunate to receive a grant from Council as this will help sustain this event. We have been able to purchase some sound equipment which we are making available for wider community use,” Natasha said.
Acts of all talents and ages can register beforehand or turn up on the night. Audience members can either book seats or just come along. Entry is by donation and everyone is in the running for the lucky door prize.
There will be a cosy kids corner plus adult creativity in the audience with drawing and games. Nachos will be new to the menu, along with hot dogs, lamingtons, tea, coffee, juice and soft drinks for sale.
The event kicks off from 5.30pm and runs to 9:00pm at the Mooloolah Hall, Bray Road. For more information contact Natasha 0418 720 515 and find the event on facebook. Don’t miss this great fun-filled night out!