Music in the Park Arana Hills

Published 6:00am 15 October 2023

Music in the Park Arana Hills
Words by Moreton Daily

Celebrate Grandparents Day at Arana Hills Music in the Park.

Join us for an event filled with musical performances and family-friendly activities at Leslie Patrick Park.

Get ready to groove to the sound of live music as talented artists take the stage.

From local bands to solo acts, the lineup promises a diverse range of genres that will keep you dancing and singing along all morning.

Leslie Patrick Park provides the perfect setting for this vibrant community event, with beautiful green spaces.

Bring a picnic blanket or foldable chairs and settle in for a morning of fantastic music and joyful moments with family, friends, and grandparents.

Mark your calendars for the Arana Hills Music in the Park at Leslie Patrick Park and get ready to celebrate the power of music in a picturesque outdoor setting.

Music in the Park Stage Program

There’s a fantastic line-up of local artists ready to perform at Music in the Park Arana Hills in celebration of Grandparents Day.

Among them are Zoe Quinn, The Lovely Daze, Northside Soul Sisters, and Oleander Grove.

More Fun

There’s more to Music in the Park than just good tunes and great performers.

The event will feature children’s activities and delicious food trucks ready to serve up the goods. Stay tuned as we will be releasing more information closer to the date.

Date: Sunday, October 29, 2023
Time:
8-11am
Location:
Leslie Patrick Park, Arana Hills
What to bring: A picnic rug, a camp chair and sun protection

Click here for more information.

Music in the Park Arana Hills is proudly presented by the City of Moreton Bay and delivered by Moreton Bay Region Industry and Tourism.

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