Music in the Park Deception Bay

Published 9:00am 8 March 2024

Music in the Park Deception Bay
Words by Moreton Daily

With refreshing autumn breezes blending with rhythmic beats and delicious cuisine, Apex Park at Deception Bay is the setting for the popular family friendly event Music in the Park.

Circle March 17 on your calendar as this is an event not to be missed.

Hosting a remarkable roster of local artists, tempting food and beverage options and face painting, the event promises an afternoon filled with joy, harmony, and a strong sense of community spirit.

Music in the Park Deception Bay is the perfect gathering for enthusiasts of all ages, offering an opportunity for the community to unite and enjoy free live entertainment.

Movie in the Park is Proudly Presented by City of Moreton Bay and supported by Strategic Sponsors Ausbuild, Australian Trade College North Brisbane, Belgravia Leisure, Crew Legal, University of the Sunshine Coast, Matchsticks Marketing Agency, PSAH, The Sebel Brisbane Margate Beach, Sesame Lane, Village Motors, Bishopp, The Redcliffe Peninsula and Innovate Moreton Bay.

The details

What: Music in the Park Deception Bay

When: Sunday, March 17, 1-5pm

Where: Apex Park, Deception Bay

Want more? Food trucks, free face painting 

Bring: Picnic rug, hats, camp chairs and sunscreen

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