- Wednesday 15 July 2009
Tickets are selling fast to the Caloundra Music Festival, with music lovers snapping up 800 earlybird tickets before they know who will be performing on this year’s bill.
As excitement builds before the line-up announcement – expected later this month – keen music lovers have been busily buying tickets online at discounted prices.
Festival director Richie Eyles said the surge in early ticket sales was proof that the festival already had a loyal following in only its third year and festival goers trusted that this year’s event would be another show-stopper.
“We are in the final stages of signing up some of Australia’s top performers and a quality international act,” Mr Eyles said.
“So people who have already bought tickets will be glad they did.”
The festival, which has wowed audiences for the past two years, will again be held along the stunning Kings Beach foreshore from 22 to 25 October.
“People are buying tickets because they have seen the festival in previous years, or because they heard rave reviews about it from other festival goers,” he said.
“While it’s great to get such a loyal following for a festival still in it infancy, it shows that it offers great value and a line-up that attracts people of all ages and from all over the Sunshine Coast and from as far away as Brisbane, Toowoomba and even New Zealand.”
Tickets are now on sale via the festival website.
For more information, or to buy tickets, visit www.caloundramusicfestival.com