Good Live Music At The Sunlit Sounds Festival 2018 In The Gap

Coming up this Saturday, on 1 September, is this year’s Sunlit Sounds Festival 2018 at Hilder Road State School in The Gap. From 3:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., be part of this family-friendly event whilst enjoying good live music.

This year, there will be six bands that will play to keep you groovin’ and movin’ to the beat.

Georgie Neilsen (3:00 p.m.)

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Georgie Neilsen and The Growing Pains is an indie rock band. Ms Neilsen first started out as a solo singer-songwriter. She first debuted her first single “What Do You Want” on Triple J unearthed in 2017. Join her and her band who consists of Liam Alder, Bede Prince, and Tennyson Fowler, as they enchant you with their captivating music.

Sunken Hill (3:45 p.m.)

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Another indie rock band with members Hayden McCreanor, Dom Machen, and Sami Heinonen-Barnes. They first recorded their debut EP in 2017.

Asha Jefferies (4:30 p.m.)

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Delivering good indie, pop, and roots music through her weapon of choice, the guitar, Asha Jefferries has a way of telling good stories through her music. Her latest single is “Chaos.”

Pool Shop (5:15 p.m.)

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The Brisbane-based band is fronted by Jaimee Fryer. She will be bringing vivid soundscapes and ethereal melodies along with the other four members.

Babaganouj (6:00 p.m.)

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Since their 2011 launch, the four-member band has gained quite a huge following. Their music is inspired by Creation Records and Flying Nun classics.

Kellie Lloyd (7:00 p.m.)

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Kellie Lloyd, one of the band members of Screemfeeder, will play her own music at the event. Listen to her music from EP’s Fragile States and Magnetic North.

There will also be a songwriting workshop on-site along with food trucks.

Entry fees:

  • Adults – $5
  • Kids – FREE