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Comedy club fills town square with laughter

Posted: 9am 30 Jun 2022

Laughter filled the square as Caboolture Festival welcomed the Sit Down Comedy Club for the annual Open Air Comedy Night on Saturday.

More than 1000 people filled Caboolture Town Square for a jam-packed line-up of some of Australia’s most successful and accomplished comedians.

Host Stav Davidson entertained crowds, between well-known comedians including Sandeep Totlani, Emma Zammit, Ting Lim, Dave Eastgate, Bron Lewis and headliner Harley Breen.

MBRIT CEO Shane Newcombe said the Open Air Comedy Night had a fantastic turn out in the town square to see the star-studded line up of talent. 

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'Stole the show'

“Harley Breen stole the show. He had audiences in stiches as he recounted stories around the chaos that was 2020,” Mr Newcombe said.

The event program for the night was complete with live music, food trucks and a pop-up bar serving locally-brewed craft beers.

Mayor Peter Flannery said it was great to have the Open Air Comedy Night part of the Caboolture Festival program once more.

“The Open Air Comedy Night provides a unique opportunity for locals and surrounding areas to come together to enjoy a free night of quality entertainment,” he said.

Caboolture Festival wraps up on June 30 with a number of school holiday events. View the program online at caboolturefestival.com.au

The event was proudly delivered by Moreton Bay Region Industry & Tourism (MBRIT) and supported by Sit Down Comedy Club and strategic partner Moreton Bay Regional Council.

Cr Adam Hain (Div 3) added: “Each year the high calibre of artists and talent we have at this event gets better and better."

Caboolture Festival wraps up on June 30 with a number of school holiday events. View the program online at caboolturefestival.com.au

The event was proudly delivered by Moreton Bay Region Industry & Tourism (MBRIT) and supported by Sit Down Comedy Club and strategic partner Moreton Bay Regional Council.

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