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Funky sounds, twilight markets for Samford Music Under the Stars Saturday February 16
February 16 @ 4:30 pm - 7:30 pm
If funky live music, twilight markets and gourmet treats are your thing, then eat your heart out at Samford Music Under the Stars.
This celebration of Samford’s gourmet foods, locally crafted products and enviable lifestyle is on Saturday 16 February at John Scott Park from 4.30pm-7.30pm.
“What better way to enjoy a balmy Summer night, than exploring the twilight markets while enjoying live music and the best fresh foods our region has to offer?” asked Division 11 Councillor Darren Grimwade.
“This is the perfect event for families, first dates or just for rekindling a little romance.
“So pack a picnic rug, sit back and indulge in gourmet treats including cheese and meat platters, and local ice creams.”
If packing a picnic requires too much organisation for you, then Graze at Samford has you covered.
“We are curators of gourmet grazing boxes, grazing tables and personalised food experiences, inspired and sourced from the Samford Valley region,” says company owner Rebecca Worton says.
“We believe in sharing the taste of the region with locals and visitors seeking the benefits of fresh air, green spaces and local produce – it’s the perfect way to entertain and we offer a variety of solutions to suit any occasion.”
Explore the twilight markets and browse everything from pottery to macramé, leather goods and fair trade handmade items.
Highly acclaimed RedTie Band get Samford grooving to hits from Elvis, Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson and Bruno Mars to mention a few.
They’ll be joined throughout the afternoon by Mt Nebo’s own a cappella ensemble, Peace ’n’ Choir, and the chilled hits of acoustic duo Johanna and Jayden.
Samford Music Under the Stars is proudly presented by Moreton Bay Regional Council and proudly supported by Councillor Darren Grimwade.
For more information visit: www.moretonbay.qld.gov.au/events/council-community
Photo above: Graze at Samford’ Rebecca Worton with Cr Darren Grimwade at John Scott Park.