What: Nights on Ocean
Where/When: Ocean Street – Friday 11th January – From 5pm
Description: Every Friday in January the coast’s best-loved night markets Nights on Ocean will bring an eclectic mix of artisan stalls, performers and street food to the entertainment hub of Ocean Street, Maroochydore.
What: Mini Festival – Tash Sultana w. special guests
Where/When: Saturday 12th January – From 11am – Big Pineapple Fields
Description: Joining Tash for this special outdoor camping event is a mega line up including Ocean Alley, Oka, Lime Cordiale, Big Words, Reuben Stone and Greta Stanley. Tickets are $99 through this link: BUY TASH SULTANA TICKETS HERE
What: Hot Potato Band
Where/When: Saturday 12th January – SolBar – From 8pm
Description: Make your way down to Ocean Street and stop into Sol Bar to enjoy ‘Hot Potato Band’. A great band from Sydney with song inspired by Pop, Funk, Ska, Reggae and bound by the classic sounds of New Orleans brass bands. They will definitely get you dancing!
What: Mooloolaba Summer Beach Series – E.T
Where/When: Saturday 12th January – Mooloolaba Beach – From 6:30pm
Description: Enjoy a movie under the stars at Mooloolaba Beach! On Saturday they will present the movie ‘E.T’. Just bring some snacks and of course popcorn!
What: Coolum Flicks in the Park
Where/When: Saturday 12th January – Tickle Park, Coolum Beach – 6pm
Description: Bring along a rug and enjoy a movie under the stars with your family and friends at Tickle Park.
What: Peregian Originals
Where/When: Sunday 13th January – Peregian Beach – From 1-5pm
Description: Catch the 620 bus straight to Peregian Beach and have a cruisy afternoon filled with dancing & good times listening to some local and original music!
What: SUNSHINE COAST COLLECTIVE MARKETS
Where/When: Sunday 13th January – Barns Ln, Coolum Beach QLD 4573
Description: One of the newer markets to grace the Sunshine Coast with its presence, the Sunshine Coast Collective Markets are the perfect place to while away a lazy Sunday morning. With the coast’s best coffee, foodies, artists, musicians and designers on display, it’s easy to get carried away here.