We're over the moon to be joining the stellar line up at Woodford Folk Festival this year!!
- THURSDAY 27 1.00pm~1.40pm ~ HALCYON
- FRIDAY 28 12.00am~12.50am ~ HALCYON
- SATURDAY 29 8.00pm~9.00pm ~ BLUE LOTUS
- SUNDAY 30 12.30pm~1.20pm ~ PINEAPPLE LOUNGE
- MONDAY 31 5.30pm~6.20pm ~ HALCYON
We're stoked to be playing Stanthorpe's biennial Apple & Grape Harvest Festival this year!!
A celebration of the Granite Belt region’s produce and booming wine industry. An average of 60,000 people attend the festival and this is arguably Australia’s leading harvest festival having a successful track record spanning five decades.
We'd love to see you there! The Moonsets are playing the Top Park Stage in Weeroona Park.
10am + 4:30pm
THE MOONSETS ARE BACK FOR PEREGIAN THIS NOVEMBER
Sorry Folks, Rain Stopped Play 🙁
The Moonsets are absolutely stoked to be joining the line up at this years'
UNDER THE TREES
MUSIC & ARTS FESTIVAL
11am-10pm Sat 14th October 2017
Jacaranda Drive, Boyne Island.
The Moonsets are very pleased to be back at Maleny Music Festival this year!! We'll be upstairs at The Bunya Stage 5:30pm Saturday 2nd September.
The boutique Maleny Music Festival, now in it’s 6th year is set in the lush Hinterland of the Sunshine Coast and held in the Maleny Showgrounds, the site of the original Maleny Folk Festival.
THE TWOKS | Let It Break Tour
With Secial Guests | THE MOONSETS + ORLANDO FURIOUS | 8pm $5 @ the Door
TROPICAL BLOOM FESTIVAL 28-30 July 2017
A CELEBRATION OF DIVERSITY
Situated on bank of the spectacular Hedlow creek, 20 kms west of Yeppoon and overlooking stunning wetlands that are home to an abundance of bird species...Tropical Bloom is a celebration of art, culture and community. These three aspects shape the foundation of the festival. The art comes in more visual and aural forms than you can imagine. The culture we construct is a blend of indigenous, tribal, traditional and new age values and ideals. Community is the glue that bonds it all together. Caring for ourselves, each other and the environment is the central credence for creating and sustaining the vibe that inspires us to keep on dancing.
There's more art in Noosa this week than you can poke a bag full of sticks at so when you're done, come and get down with us on the last day of the 2017 NOOSA ALIVE FESTIVAL at Cafe Le Monde, Sunday 30th July, 4:30-6:30pm.
NOOSA has long known the best way to protect the overall environment is to safeguard the water quality of the Noosa River and lakes system.
And there have been few better ways to raise public awareness on preserving the natural flows than the Noosa Festival of Water which will be showcased again at Lake Macdonald on Sunday 25th June.
"Today the festival has evolved to become an annual showcase of our region's ecological attributes with a primary aim of improving community awareness of how each of us can play a part protecting and preserving our environment in our day to day lives,” she said. Festival coordinator Debbie Seal of the Mary River Catchment Coordination Committee
Welcome to Country
10am - 3pm NOOSA BOTANIC GARDENS
“NightQuarter is the answer to the Northern Gold Coast’s resounding cry for a cultural evolution.”
NightQuarter is the Gold Coast’s creative playground, featuring night markets, micro-restaurants, and a unique live music space called The Paddock. Discover over 120 speciality food purveyors, designers, musicians and craftspeople within a shipping container city.
The Moonsets will be live in The Paddock from 8pm Saturday 24 June.
This is going to be our 1st time on the mountain in a while and we're very happy to be playing Sarah's Unplugged, Maleny Friday 2nd June 🙂
Not just another stoner song, Supersede is a sub-tropical groove about the many applications of cannabis and the ridiculous laws in place that restrict us using it to it's full potential.
Recorded live at Solbar
Big thanks goes out to Captivate Media, Quizmical Productions, Aaron Giffin and all the naughty kids from All Strings Attached 🙂
Chef Surinder creates unique contemporary cuisine that draws from eclectic inspirations he derived in India, Europe and Australia.
He uses the ancient 5000 year old Ayurvedic philosophy to prepare his food… low in salt, sugar, slow cooked without any artificial colours, flavours or preservatives. He blends in the goodness of locally grown chillies, lettuce, roselle, lime, lemons, coriander, eggplant and other produce… straight from his own and friends’ gardens.
Surinder’s cooking is rustic and full of flavour. His meals are healthy, wholesome, well balanced and full of the tastes inherent in the Punjabi recipes passed down through generations in India.
Now that's why we love it!! Kayt & Steph are bringing the duo back to Noosa Namaste Thursday 27 April.