Free live music event in Eumundi

Lucid Safari are a Brisbane indie reggae surf rock outfit who have recently released their debut EP Delirium.

Put Sunday 29 May in your diary for the next Park Sounds event.

The music runs from 2-5pm with another great local line-up featuring Sari Abbott, Patch Brown, Staple and Lucid Safari.

Pack your picnic rug for this fabulous family-friendly afternoon of free live music in Dick Caplick Park, right in the centre of town Eumundi.

Sari Abbott is a powerhouse of an original singer/songwriter and guitarist, unapologetically standing on her own two feet and letting her soothing vocals, stirring words and gentle acoustic evoke emotions.

A 2021 graduate from The Academy of Country Music, Sari is constantly testing her songwriting skills.

She was awarded runner-up in the Tamworth Songwriter Association’s Talent Search 2020/2021, won the title of 2021 TSA National Junior Songwriter, was Top 10 in the 2019 Gympie Music Muster Talent Search, and Top 30 in the Australian Songwriters Association 2021.

She has performed on stages at Byron Bay Blues and Roots Festival, Tamworth Country Music Festival, Gympie Muster, Buskers by the Lake, Caloundra Music Festival and The Gympie Music Muster Flood Relief Festival. 

Patch Brown has been entertaining since his teens.

Starting out as a busker while living in London, Patch cut his teeth playing over 225 shows a year touring the Whitsundays in Central Queensland, Canada and Spain, where he was based for a spell.

Long time guitarist with Sarah McLeod from ARIA award-winning band The Superjesus and side-man to Jeff Martin from Canadian band The Tea Party, Patch now resides on The Sunshine Coast where he performs regularly.

Staple is a Sunny Coast indie pop band bringing together school mates and best friends Brooke, Tatum, Harriette, Kayla and Milly.

The Staple journey began in 2021 when these teenage musos won the St Andrew’s Battle of the Bands with their blend of sweet harmonies and infectious energy.

Lucid Safari are a Brisbane indie reggae surf rock outfit who have recently released their debut EP Delirium.

Steered by Brisbane musician Daniel J. Lewis, Lucid Safari hosts a rotation of rising and accomplished musicians, featuring drums, bass, guitars, keys and vocals.

Bringing good vibes, immersive grooves and catchy hooks, Lucid Safari has the crowd in-step to their offbeat flow. 

Park Sounds is an initiative by the team at the Imperial Hotel Eumundi and takes place on the last Sunday of the month.