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By Hollie Harris

The Noosa Boathouse is excited to be holding its fifth outdoor River Festival on the Boathouse lawn with fantastic live music, street food, beer and wine.
Next Sunday 26 February from 3pm to 8pm, the Noosa River shores will come to life with the Noosa Boathouse Summer River Festival. Sean Fitzgerald from East of Eden will kick off at 3.30pm with chilled out tunes, followed by Sunshine Coast music legends The Ryan Giles Band from 5.30pm to 7.30pm.
Along with chilled out sunset tunes by the river, there will be great beers including Stone and Wood Craft Beers, wine, street food, fish and chips and Frozen Sunshine Ice Blocks available.
Noosa Boathouse owner Phil Bradford said: “This festival comes after a fantastic summer season in Noosa and is a chance for people to relax, unwind and make the most of this fantastic warm weather and enjoy one of our best assets – the Noosa River”.
He encourages people to bring their family and friends down and enjoy the atmosphere, entertainment and sunset on the river.
The festival is free of charge, although optional donations can be made to Noosa Coast Guard at the entrance. Head down to the Boathouse lawn at 194 Gympie Terrace, Noosaville, from 3pm to enjoy the summer festivities.

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