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Breath of fresh air at comedy night

Posted: 12pm 24 Aug 2021

Laughter filled Caboolture Town Square on Sunday night, when a hilarious line-up of comedians took to the stage for an Open Air Comedy Night.

The event was part of Caboolture Festival and featured performers Steph Tisdell, Ting Lim, Matt Ford, Cassi Marie, Jo Gowda, Steve Allison, Heidi and Scott, and Birdman Randy and The Ivory Street Preachers.

A number of comedians due to perform at the free event were unable to travel to Queensland due to COVID-19 restrictions including Akmal Saleh, Aaron Pratt and Ellen Briggs.

The Queensland-based comedians jumped at the chance to perform at the event which included live music, food trucks and pop-up bar and was hosted by Lindsay Webb.

Caboolture Festival’s Open Air Comedy Night was proudly delivered by Moreton Bay Region Industry and Tourism (MBRIT) and supported by Sit Down Comedy Club and strategic partner Moreton Bay Regional Council.

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