There was music in the air as locals and visitors enjoyed the Dayboro Music in the Park event last Saturday.
Local musicians Megan Mills, Amelia and the Grizzly, Andy Peacock and R2 entertained audiences.
Many Dayboro businesses surrounding the park extended their trading hours or set up a pop-up shop to support the event.
Children enjoyed the free face painting and giant games of Connect 4 and Jenga.
Music in the Park Dayboro was presented by Moreton Bay Regional Council and supported by major sponsors Ausbuild and Moreton Daily.
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Photos by Stephen Archer
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