Noosa declares itself a climate procrastination free zone.
We're choosing to get on with it and meet the challenges head on.
Rise To Meet The Tide. A day in the park where we can safely stand together, share our stories and learn some strategies to deal with the climate emergency in our daily lives.
10am-6 pm, including a stellar line up of live music with performances from :
This is going to be one rockin' weekend of music. We're very excited to be joining the line up for this years festival🤘
"An Australian Premier Music Festival hosted on a private 100 acre property up in Noosa Hinterland's beautiful Mary Valley, in Queensland's amazing Sunshine Coast region. Escape to the bushland for an adventure-filled weekend of rock blues and roots music. Enjoy FREE camping, and 2 x alternating stages offering you non-stop music, so you never have to miss a band or artist".
We're stoked to be returning to Yandina Street Fair this year!!
Last time we played we were still the Flumes (as you can see in Shelly M's pic of us).
Anyhoo...it's a bangin afternoon's free entertainment with heaps of live music, street performance, food and sundry treats for all the family wrapped up in the homey atmosphere of one of the Sunshine Coast's coolest villages.
11am - 7pm ♥ FREE ENTRY ♥ Get amongst it folks 😎
Supersede is the first fruits from our upcoming release.
Produced in our solar powered studio in Cootharaba on QLD’s Sunshine Coast.
Kayt Wallace - Harp / Vocals / Melodica
Andrea Joy Norden - Drums / Vocals
Stephan Beattie - Bass / Vocals
© 2018 . The Moonsets
We feel there’s an urgent need for cannabis/hemp law reform in Australia for medicinal, nutritional industrial and recreational use. So plant the seed and we will Supersede!!!
Stoked to be playing the inaugural Pomona Music Muster! You can catch us at The Majestic Theatre 6pm Saturday 10th March.
Pomona will be alive with the Sound of Music on 9,10,11th March with the inaugural Pomona Music Muster weekend of jamming, busking, poets breakfast, concerts, open mics, workshops - guitar; ukulele; drumming; harmonica; Zumba dance etc. Camping at the local Showground is available.
A Community Action Day to STOP COLTON COAL MINE
12-5pm Sunday 26 November
Lions Park, Noosaville
FREE TO THE PEOPLE
With Live Music By - Band of Frequencies . Jodi Martin . The Barleyshakes . The Moonsets . Annie J and "Fusion" . Dan Horne . The Strangest Dreamers
Dance In The Park + Have Your Say About The Mining Industry's Unnecessary Expansion Into The Cooloola + Sunshine Coast Biosphere.
"We the people of the Cooloola + Sunshine Coast reject New Hope Corporation's plan to mine coal 20kms west of the Great Sandy Strait.
We deplore the QLD + AUS Government's acquiescence to the mining industry's reckless expansion in the name of short term capital gain.
The Mary River is ours from Conondale to River Heads and we will not have them pour industrial filth into her on any stretch let alone so close to this crucial biosphere".
Brought To You By - Great Sandy Strait Saviours, Lock The Gate Alliance + The Sunshine Coast Music Community
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
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.
The 2017 Australian Body Art Festival is set to take it's new home, Cooroy by storm on the 8 and 9 April!
The Australian Body Art Festival - the nation's premier body art event - is a colourful and creative experience for all ages. Held in Noosa hinterland town of Cooroy, the event is nothing short of extraordinary. For members of the public, it’s an event like nothing ever seen before. Boundaries are pushed as the human canvases are transformed into works of art before the crowd.
And that's why we Love It!!
Come and join The Moonsets for this year's Saturday Soiree. Meet the Artists, mingle with their exquisite canvasses and drink from the cup of creation!!
There will be food. There will be wine.
5pm | in the park | Cooroy
Returning to Cafe Le Monde Sunday 2nd April for another beachy arvo session. We get sand in our strings but we love it!! A tasty bar and 2 solid sets from The Moonsets 4-6pm, with the wonderfully soulful Peter Hunt takin it through til 7pm...yum.
"Kayt and Steph have a knack of filling the air with sweet melodies".
Seriously, what a lovely thing to say! Thanks Cafe Le Monde, we think you're sweet too 🙂 The Moonsets duo will be taking care of your Thursday night aural deliciousness!
Kayt & Steph have a duo show this Thursday 15th December at the beautiful and very tasty Noosa Namaste.
Surinder's unique contemporary cuisine drawing from Punjabi recipes his Mother and Grandmother passed on to him; the freshest of local produce; the 5000 year old Ayurvedic philosophy; and fresh Australian influences.
+ 2 sets from The Moonsets duo.