Redcliffe Festival will begin with Redcliffe Kitefest on August 27 and 28 at Clontarf’s Pelican Park
This family festival will run across three big weekends with a program jam-packed with entertainment options for people of all ages.
Redcliffe Festival will begin with Redcliffe Kitefest on August 27 and 28 at Clontarf’s Pelican Park.
Moreton Bay Region Industry & Tourism is organising the festival and CEO Shane Newcombe said it was the ultimate family event with prices that would not break the bank.
“This year, we’ve really gotten back to the core of the festival, offering a value-for-money experience that will excite and entertain the whole family,” Mr Newcombe said.
“The much-loved family-favourites are back again in this year’s program with the Redcliffe KiteFest, Scarborough Sounds (September 4), Jetty Fiesta (September 10) and Redcliffe Remembers (September 11) bigger and better than ever.
The inaugural Bee Gees Way Dinner will be held on September 3 transforming the attraction into an open-air restaurant.
“This exclusive event will give 200 lucky fans the opportunity to enjoy an evening in Bee Gees Way with entertainment and a three-course menu provided by our amazing local restaurants,” Mr Newcombe said.
Moreton Bay Regional Councillor Koliana Winchester (Div 6) said the dinner was a special addition to the festival.
Councillor James Houghton (Div 5) said Scarborough Sounds was also shaping up to be a highlight with The Hot Potato Band headlining.
Tickets for the Bee Gees Way Dinner are going fast and are expected to sell out.
For tickets or more information, visit redcliffefestival.com.au.
Source: Quest News