Sunset musical delight launches ‘seasonal sessions’

Kick back and enjoy live, local music at Seasonal Sessions this April.


Please note, this event has been postponed until April 13, 3-6pm (was previously scheduled for Easter Saturday, March 30).

Bring your family and friends to this family friendly event and embrace autumn at the Maroochy Regional Bushland Botanic Garden on Saturday March 30, from 3–6pm.

Sunshine Coast Council’s Exhibitions and Programming Officer Liz Capelin said four season–focused musical events were scheduled for 2024.

“Our first event will celebrate autumn with three local artists performing for guests to enjoy – Tess Fapani, Demi Casha and duo, Shaye and Lee Hardisty,” Ms Capelin said.

“Think family picnic vibes and the serenity of bushland birds mingled with the rich melodic tones of voice and saxophone, and the rhythmic strum of guitar and banjo.

“There will also be fun activities for the kids to get crafty and creative.

“The bushland is a majestic backdrop for community events, and Seasonal Sessions will easily become your new favourite quarterly sunset gig.” 

Seasonal Sessions: what you need to know

Bring: Your own picnic including chairs or rug and be prepared take your rubbish home.

Tickets: Tickets at are strictly limited due to Botanic Garden carpark capacity.

Price: Pre-booked $30 per vehicle (no matter how many passengers so the more friends and family on board, the cheaper per person).

Pre-booked $10 per person  active arrival tickets available if you walk, ride or arrange drop-off and pick-up (no parking required).

More events: Keep an eye out for the next three other Seasonal Sessions events planned for 2024:

  • Saturday 22 June, 2 – 5pm
  • Saturday 21 September, 3 – 6pm
  • Saturday 21 December, 3 – 6pm


Sunshine Coast Council acknowledges the Sunshine Coast Country, home of the Kabi Kabi peoples and the Jinibara peoples, the Traditional Custodians, whose lands and waters we all now share. We wish to pay respect to their Elders – past, present and emerging, and acknowledge the important role First Nations people continue to play within the Sunshine Coast community.

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