Friday 29 January we'll be back at NightQuarter on the Vibes Stage : 7:30-9:30pm : We're wrapped to have this groover - Elliot Gwynne - bringing his stylin rhythms for the first time in many moons. Come along for some tasty treats and live tunes. To pre-book $5 entry passes head to - https://nightquarter.com.au/
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Kayt & Steph • Eumundi Night Markets • Friday22 January 2021
Kayt & Steph are playing as a duo at the legendary Eumundi Markets : Friday 22 January 2021
5ish - 8:30pm Eumundi Friday Night Foodie Market.
NightQuarter • Friday 15 January 2021
Thanks to Nikki G for this cool pic of us playing our 1st live gig in what feels like 100 years. Kayt & Steph from The Moonsets live at NightQuarter, Friday 15 January 2021.
Live And Local • CANCELLED • Friday 27 March
Live And Local Has Been Cancelled
We're quite possibly playing a "Live and Local Music Sessions". Hosted by Gympie Civic Centre and Creative Alliance Queensland it's in the very fine Gympie Civic Centre. There's a bar, food and clean toilets with soap...can't vouch for tp tho.
Solbar • Saturday 22 February
This is gonna be one huge lush night of music for our first gig for 2020 - Saturday 22 February - You can see soul funk reggae cats CC the Cat alongside flamenco gypsy genius Felicity Lawless and us at Solbar.
Gympie Gold Rush Festival • Saturday 19 October 2019
Stoked to be playing Saturday, 19 October at the the Gold Rush Carnival day! We're on at 5pm...
Set in the late 1800s, there will be an old ways and wares market and display, 2 stages of live music, vintage games for kids of all ages, a food precinct featuring Indigenous, Chinese and Scottish foods, an old-style bar positioned so patrons can enjoy the antics of the vintage games, rides, as well as a Nashy’s Big Beard Bonanza beard competition.
The Gold Rush Carnival will conclude with a closing ceremony performance incorporating the Gold Rush Parade lanterns, industrial art elements, Indigenous performances, music, fire and fireworks.
TVL Folk Club • Thursday 26 September
Hey Amigos! It's been a while between drinks at the Folk Club. We'll be swinging by on Thursday 26 September and would love to see you there.
We're launching our new self-produced EP recorded and mixed on 100% solar power; and we're itchin to share it with you.
We played some of our first shows at the Folk Club and Palm Creek as the Flumes and we're over the moon to be bringing it home.
Come and soak up some real live music and catch up with the crew in the super casual surrounds of the Bellevue's Beer Garden.
- Doors: 7pm | Local Artists
- 8:30pm | The Moonsets
- 9:30pm – Close | Local Artists
- $10 at the door OR pre-sale $10 + booking fee via Oztix. All pre-sale tickets get a fresh copy of the CD at the door.
SOLBAR • Friday 13 April
Hey folks, sorry to say that Kallidad has unfortunately had to cancel this Friday 13th at Solbar but...We'll still be there.
7-9pm in the Lounge Bar before The Bad Dad Orchestra funk up the back room from 9pm. It's free music all night so lose your glass slippers and let's make some merry!
THE SHARED • Saturday 23 December
"We're ending 2017 with An All Star Christmas Party!
Yes! Andrea Kirwin . Barry Charles . The Spring Ensemble . The Moonsets + The Floating Bridges and Friends are gonna groove us outta this year and right into the festive season. So bring your mob and lets celebrate Peace on Earth together!
The Shared Kitchen will be open dishing up the best food this side of The Caribbean. Bar available. $15 entry. Jus' Real Nice!"
NOOSA FESTIVAL OF WATER • Sunday 25 June
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
THE MOONSETS • SUPERSEDE LIVE
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 🙂