50 double passes up for grabs to Buskers by the Lake

Published 4:33pm 6 October 2021

50 double passes up for grabs to Buskers by the Lake
Words by Moreton Daily

More than 300 performers will bring glitz, glamour and vivacious energy to Lake Kawana for the Buskers by the Lake Festival later this month.

The event is part of a program of music events, which kick-off on October 29 with Battle of the Buskers at Eleven Dive Bar, Maroochydore.

The festival itself is on October 30 and 31 at Lake Kawana, Sunshine Coast Stadium.

The multi-award-winning event is celebrated for breaking boundaries, attempting world records and providing opportunity for anyone despite their age, ability or disability.

It showcases everything from comedy, circus stunts and sword swallowing, to award-winning musicians and emerging talent.

This competition has now closed. Winners will be contacted shortly.

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Buskers create party by the lake

More than 300 performers will bring glitz, glam and vivacious energy to Lake Kawana for this year’s Buskers by the Lake Festival later this month. Among them will be Redcliffe musician Ky Lovell

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