Check out our amazing entertainers taking the main stage for the Fraser Coast Flavours Festival 2023
Experience the mesmerizing sound of Cobblestone Band, led by local favorite Jon Vea Vea. This talented Aboriginal Australian music family from the Cobble Cobble clan of the Barunggam language group of the Western Downs showcases the emotional impact and power of storytelling through a blend of traditional language and contemporary music. Immerse yourself in their captivating compositions, bridging cultural gaps and celebrating
Together, The SunBears create a sonic inferno that ignites stages and leaves audiences exhilarated. Their live performances are a sight to behold, characterised by explosive energy, tight musicianship, and an infectious enthusiasm that sweeps through the crowd, turning each show into an unforgettable experience. The bands sound draws inspiration from a diverse range of musical genres, including blues, rock, pop, funk and soul. It is both unique and accessible, with an unmistakable Australian flair. Blending a fistful of George Thorogood passion, a crunch of AC/DC rawness and a sprinkling of John Mayer soul, their catchy melodies, driving rhythms, and explosive live performances sate the appetite of young and old alike.
The Steele Syndicate’s live, raw energy has made them a festival favourite. The Meanjin/Brisbane-based, funk-rock octet is raucous and punchy and guaranteed to get you up and moving. The band packs a roaring four-piece horn section and a rhythm section to match. The band are regulars on the festival scene, last year playing Woodford Folk Festival, Caloundra Music Festival, Mitchell Creek Festival, Tablelands Folk Festival and headlining Summer Sounds in Melbourne.
Andy V is a live looping multi-instrumentalist that performs across various U.K bass music styles, mainly including Drum and Bass and Reggae styles. With his saxophone, keyboards, vocals and signature loop stations, Andy brings a highly dynamic ‘one man band’ show full of live energy and creative imagination. Highly influenced from acts such as Fat Freddy’s Drop, The Cat Empire, Dub Fx, The Black Seeds, Gentleman’s Dub Club, Andy’s live show takes his audiences on a truly memorable listening and dancing experience driven by his passion to perform and connect.
Check out our amazing entertainers taking the solo stage for the Fraser Coast Flavours Festival 2023
Al performs superb Instrumental Spanish, Classical and some Flamenco Guitar, and is a highly experienced Musician who has enjoyed success both overseas and locally.
Emma Newman is a singer/songwriter who is taking the Fraser Coast by storm. With her unique vocals and songwriting style, she has become a fan favourite at local venues.
Sam has the ability to capture the listener, whether it be a small intimate crowd or a large audience, she fills the stage & engages you with her unique style of blended country folk.
Cassidy Mackie is one of Queensland's most beloved wedding and event musicians. Since wowing audiences as a semi-finalist on The Voice Australia, Cassidy has performed frequently as herself, her alter-ego COTTA or as one half of her corporate acoustic duo. A singer-songwriter by trade, Cassidy has performed at the 2020 and 2022 AFL Grand Finals in Brisbane and Melbourne
Prepare to get on your feet and groove to the captivating tunes of William Ramage, a talented local musician. With an extensive array of acoustic music ranging from iconic Elvis Presley classics to modern hits by Ed Sheeran, William effortlessly delivers songs that are familiar to all.
Frank Benn has music coursing through his veins, expect a little bit of everything, all with a cool funky coastal island sound and pure joyous energy. For those looking to kick back and relax with a cheeky beverage after a big day, Frank is the perfect way to close out the Solo Stage at Fraser Coast Flavours for 2023.