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The Offbeat Music Festival is happening later this month with a revised line-up of crowd favourites that promise to bring surprising sounds to the stage at Eumundi.

The much-anticipated Offbeat Music Festival in Eumundi has announced new artists on a revised line-up that promises to blow the minds of fans who have been missing quality live music.

Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever and Emma Donovan & The Putbacks are among the artists set to take the stage at the festival, which promises to be ‘a little offbeat, a bit quirky, a little off the beaten track, and a bit of the unexpected.”

“After all we’ve been through lately, in fact, because of all we have been through lately, we are even more excited to be bringing this dream line-up to Eumundi for Offbeat 2022,” festival organiser Alice Jones says.

“While we couldn’t keep 100 per cent of the original line-up, we are stoked that the majority of artists are in for the new date and we have a couple of absolutely killer additions to the bill.

“We are beyond excited to announce Emma Donovan & The Putbacks will be joining the line-up.

“With a slew of awards under her belt, not one, but two new albums, Emma has a deep soul voice that will transport you to another time and place.

“And we know the Offbeat crowd is going to love Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, renowned for bringing a psychedelic watercolour wash over the best charcoal rock n roll – guitar-driven, with harmonies that hark back to the best ’60s LA sound.”

Also featuring on the day is Dear Doonan, a six-piece hailing from the points of Noosa, with an energetic live show symbiotic with an eclectic world sound. Their genre is a melting pot of Turkish, Indian and African influences and instrumentation, fused with psychedelic music stylings from the 1970s.

The festival will take place from midday until late on March 26 across two stages at the Imperial Hotel. Other acts include Holy Holy, Hayley Mary, Dallas Frasca, Kallidad, Kurilpa Reach, Karl S Williams, Fragile Animals, Palomino III, Rumbrellas and local favourites The Gubbi Gubbi Dance.

The Offbeat Music Festival is supported by Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand Fund (RISE), an Australian Government initiative.


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