Vote now and support three of our region's top entertainment venues in the People’s Choice categories of the Queensland Music Awards.
The polls are open, but only until Sunday to bring the prestigious prizes back to the Moreton Bay Region.
Eatons Hill Hotel - up against 13 other finalists for the Metro Venue of the Year crown.
Sandstone Point Hotel - faces six competitors for the Regional Venue of the Year section.
Woodford Folk Festival 2019-20 - is one of seven chasing the Festival of the Year title.
Eatons Hill Hotel has hosted many amazing acts with highlights including Post Malone, Ty Dolla $ign and Salt N Pepa.
The Living End and PNAU have been among the great bands rocking Sandstone Point Hotel and Woodford Folk Festival continues to grow in stature year upon year.
“We are excited to be in the running for the People’s Choice Award at the Queensland Music Awards,” says Rob Comiskey, Director of the Comiskey Group which owns the Eatons Hill and Sandstone Point Hotels.
“There have been so many incredible national and international artists frequent our venues and we have made some unforgettable memories enjoying performances of all genres.
“We are pleased to be included in the line-up with some of Queensland’s best live music venues and we thank everyone that has been to a gig at one of our venues.
“Good luck to all the great venues and events in the running!”
Voting is open until 11.59pm on Sunday (April 18) with the winners decided by 60 per cent public vote and 40 per cent from an industry panel.
The 2021 Queensland Music Award winners will be announced on May 5 at Fortitude Music Hall, Brisbane.
Link to vote: https://bit.ly/Peoples-Choice-Award-Vote
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