Get in quick to snap up your tickets to the inaugural SUNSHINE SOUNDS FESTIVAL, taking place at the Eumundi Showgrounds on Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 May 2021.


A two-day all-ages music festival, SUNSHINE SOUNDS boasts a line-up featuring Kate Miller-Heidke, Busby Marou, Miiesha, Katie Noonan, Asha Jefferies, Sahara Beck and a host of amazing local (Sunshine Coast) artists including Andrea Kirwin and the Yama-Nui Social Club, The Dreggs, Band of Frequencies and more!

The boutique festival is being presented by Kin Music, a production company run by superwoman songstress Katie Noonan, who calls Eumundi home and is passionate about inclusivity and all things community.

Katie Noonan calls Eumundi home

“We’re super happy to share that the festival programming is 100% QLD artists, 50% First Nations, 50% Sunshine Coast and 75% female artists,” says Katie. Yay to that!

“On the back of COVID, we’ve set out to create a festival that really brings people together,” she says “Coming together to connect over music is so important for the soul, for community spirit and connection. And that all contributes to wellbeing and happiness – something we all deserve to feel in this topsy-turvy time.”

“It’s also about performers having a chance to engage together again, earn some much-needed money and remember what it feels like to play live again,” Katie says.

The Sunday program includes a Sunshine Sounds Community Choir, where festival-goers get to join in what promises to be a goosebumps-inducing group singsong for all ages and abilities. There’ll even be pre-fest rehearsals in Eumundi for keen beans!

Music from 11am – 10pm each day (gates open 10am), with plenty of awesome local food and drinks available on-site.

Daily tickets via – just $80 for adults, $40 for kids (under 18 yrs) or $200 for a family pass. Tickets are super limited, so music-lovers are advised to book quick smart.

Soak up the big-hearted groove of this truly special community festival in mid-Autumn on the Labour Day Long Weekend.

Sunshine Sounds is a glass free and plastic free event, so please BYO bottle for complimentary water refills thanks to Unity Water. 

Supporting the event is The Imperial Hotel and Eumundi Brewery, who’ll be serving up fresh brews and locally crafted Folktale Gin over the weekend.

Sunshine Sounds Festival has been supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland with an ‘Open Air Grant’. These grants support the activation of outdoor productions and the engagement of local communities in arts and cultural experiences.

The festival has also been supported by the Eumundi Community and District Association (EDCA) and Experience Eumundi.

N.B. This is a COVID Safe Event, and it is a condition of entry that guests maintain social distancing at all times.

For more festival info, visit

Special Welcome to Country each day from Gubbi Gubbi songman Lyndon Davis.


Purchase tickets here

Leave a Reply