Don’t miss Music in the Park Scarborough

Published 9:00am 14 January 2024

Don’t miss Music in the Park Scarborough
Words by Kylie Knight

Gather your family and mates for an afternoon of live music and family fun at Scarborough Beach on Australia Day, January 26, 2024.

Music in the Park Scarborough is on from 1-6pm at Scarborough Beach Park. Entry is free.

Bring a picnic rug or fold-up chairs and snag the ideal spot to relax and enjoy the live music provided by local musicians.

Remember to also bring water, sunscreen and shade to ensure a top-notch experience. This is an alcohol-free event, with smoking and vaping also not permitted in the designated event area.

The event will also include children’s activities, face painting, aquatic activities, gardening workshops and food trucks.

Free Aquatic Activities

As an extra treat at this beachside event, enjoy free aquatic activities throughout the afternoon! Floatin' Fun will have a range of free options to choose from, including SUPS, kayaks, and pedal boats. 

Free Face Painting

Leanne's Fancy Faces will be down at the event, offering fabulous face painting for the kids! 

Free Kids Gardening Workshops 

Introduce the kids to the work of gardening, with tomato planting workshops! Little Green Thumbs will be offering free kids gardening activities at Music in the Park Scarborough. 

Stage Program

1.10pm – Amaiya Faye

2pm – Said Betty

3pm – Johanna & Jayden

4pm – Ander Harlem

5pm – Empyre Covers Band

Music in the Park Scarborough is presented by City of Moreton Bay and delivered by Moreton Bay Region Industry & Tourism. It is supported by gold sponsors Ray White Scarborough and community sponsors Dreamtime Kullilla Art and Crown Properties.

For more information, head to the website

Don’t miss Music in the Park Scarborough

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