MORETON BAY LIVE & LOCAL MICRO-FESTIVAL PROGRAM ANNOUNCED

MORETON BAY LIVE & LOCAL MICRO-FESTIVAL PROGRAM ANNOUNCED

Moreton Bay Live & Local Micro-Festival is employing 50 music makers showcasing in 11 venues across the  Moreton Bay region over 2 jam-packed days as part of the innovative program invigorating the creative economy. 

Moreton Bay is ready to shine with its addition to the series of five SEQ north regions delivering a Live & Local program lead by the Creative Arts Alliance (CAA) and supported locally by the Moreton Bay Regional Council.  

Live & Local Project Lead Emily Murphy said “The aim is to connect music makers with venues keen to present original, live  music both now and into the future.” 

As well performance opportunities, Live & Local is connecting all musicians from the region and any interested venues with two days of free, high-quality professional development delivered in partnership with Queensland’s peak body, QMusic. 

“Live and Local is a unique project that combines the strategic connections of our national partners the Live Music Office and  APRA/AMCOS and state partners QMusic with deeply localised knowledge of council and our music industry. These powerful connections are exactly the building blocks needed for the Moreton Bay to build a sustainable music industry” said Creative Arts  Alliance Chair, Phil Smith. 

Moreton Bay’s Live & Local has been driven by local emerging curator Amy Kate Bryant through a popular EOI process and in deep consultation with both existing and new music venues. 

Ms Bryant says: “As an artist myself, to be able to engage with businesses to celebrate and promote original music has been  really great.” 

Through the work we are doing, we are also bringing music and activating spaces that aren’t traditionally known for hosting live work so it’s been exciting to nurture those relationships and it will be so rewarding to see the regions alive with people’s voices proudly celebrating their local areas.” she said. 

The Moreton Bay Live & Local Micro-Festival gigs are family friendly, absolutely free and no bookings are required; however, there is limited seating so early arrival is recommended. 

You can expect to see pop-up gigs across Samford Village on Saturday October 30, as well as Dayboro and Brendale on Saturday  November 6, featuring 31 different acts from soloists to bands.

MUSIC INDUSTRY PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 

ALL MUSICIANS AND INTERESTED VENUES WELCOME, COST IS FREE, NO BOOKING REQUIRED 

MONDAY 25 OCTOBER, The Music Business: Getting Started, 6:00pm-8:30pm
VENUE: NORTH LAKES COMMUNITY CENTRE MAIN HALL 

TUESDAY 26 OCTOBER, Music Foundations, 6:00pm-8:30pm
VENUE: NORTH LAKES COMMUNITY CENTRE MEETING ROOM 2 

MORETON BAY LIVE & LOCAL MICRO FESTIVAL PROGRAM 

Saturday October 30 

COLLIES & CO, SAMFORD VILLAGE
Vixens of Fall, Anna & Jordan, Elbury, Lucid Safari 

LITTLE TREE BAKE & BREW HOUSE, SAMFORD VILLAGE
Freight Train Foxes, Van Larkins, Cheyne Starkie, BASOKI 

DROPOUT ESPRESSO, SAMFORD VILLAGE
Gabrielle Kerr, L.R. Marsh, Kelsey Berrington 

CAFÉ LAGARTO, SAMFORD VALLEY
Hello Jane, The Kindly Ravens 

BARNACLES AND BREW, SAMFORD VILLAGE
Zoe Quinn, Josh Crawford 

MARKET BURGER, SAMFORD VILLAGE
Radioceans Duo, Jack Lorry 

PAUSE, SAMFORD VILLAGE
Adam James, Dan Ford Jazz Group, Brendan Leggatt 

Saturday November 6 

SILVERWOOD CAFÉ, DAYBORO
Cassi Marie, Saint Skirts, Chris Ah Gee & JaZZella 

DAYBORO DROP, DAYBORO
Billie Rose, Tayiha, Phoebe Purtill 

BRENDALE BREWING COMPANY, BRENDALE
Amber Worthington, Brett Whitmore 

METHOD TATTOO COFFEE BAR, BRENDALE
Rock ‘n’ Roll Boys, Deon Powter, BLACKSTAR