The Regime Announced On Caloundra Music Festival

The Regime Announced On Caloundra Music Festival

The wait is over for music fans, with the first artist announcement for Caloundra Music Festival 2022.

In its milestone 15th year and without Covid restrictions, this year’s festival will be an event for the ages.

Organisers are delivering an outstanding line-up of artists with wide-ranging appeal to satisfy music tastes of the generations of fans who attend the annual entertainment feast.

The family-friendly festival returns to the beachside Kings Beach Amphitheatre where it all began from September 30 to October 2.

Top headliners across the three-day Caloundra Music Festival will include: Art vs. Science, Baker Boy, Ben Lee, Client Liaison, Coterie, Felivand, Missy Higgins, The Presets, The Regime, The Rolling Stones Revue (featuring Adalita, Sarah McLeod and Tim Rogers), Skunkhour, Vaudeville Smash and The Waifs.

Sunshine Coast Council Division 2 Councillor Terry Landsberg said last year’s survey of attendees showed so much community pride in this event.

“Local residents should feel really proud of the growth of this community festival, established back in 2007 as a one-day event, which is now worth more than $3 million each year in terms of economic and tourism benefits for the Sunshine Coast,” Cr Landsberg said.

“That’s an enduring legacy which continues to benefit our community.

“We had fantastic support from Queenslanders last year, while border restrictions hindered both performers and punters in numerous ways when it came to travel and events.

“This year is a different story.
The line-up is strong, and we look forward to welcoming back interstate performers and attendees.”

Tickets are now on sale for this year’s Caloundra Music Festival.

First-release one-day ticket prices are: $92 adult, $62 youth/pensioner, $30 child, $176 Kings (VIP).

Or punters can go all-in with a first-release three-day (weekend) pass to make the most of three stages and 10 hours of live performance each day: $235 adult, $158 youth/pensioner, $77 child, $449 Kings.