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For Sunshine Coast locals there’s nothing like the Caloundra Music Festival. In 2023 the event kicks off of on the 29th September and will run until the 3rd of October. It is a not for profit family friendly community event very much in the spirit of Queensland.

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Where is Caloundra Music Festival?

The festival takes place on Kings Beach Amphitheathre in Caloundra and on Lions Park on the Sunshine Coast

How many people attend the Caloundra Music festival?

The festival takes place over the October long weekend each year, and in 2019 welcomed more than 32,500 guests.

What is the Lineup for this years festival?

Confirmed acts so far are US artist Arrested Development, The Strides, Jack river and The Temper Trap. The Full lineup can be found here: https://www.jambase.com/festival/caloundra-music-festival-2023

The Caloundra Music Festival is an event initiative of Sunshine Coast Council and supported by the Queensland Government through Tourism and Events Queensland and features on the It’s Live! in Queensland Events Calendar.


Main Entrance
Friday 29 September  11:30am – 10:00pm
Saturday 30 September 11:30am – 10:00pm
Sunday 1 October 11:30am – 10.00pm



Edmund St
Friday 29 September 10am – 9.30pm
Saturday 30 September 10am – 9.30pm
Sunday 1 October 10am – 9.30pm

Getting Involved

I’d love to be involved! Can I volunteer at the festival?

Yes you sure can! Volunteer applications are OPEN NOW!

Check out all the details HERE


When do tickets go on sale?

Second Release Tickets on sale now: All-in Weekend & Daily Tickets

Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for all ticket updates.

Do local residents get a discount?

Kings Beach residents who live in a specific event zone area are offered a local resident price. Eligible residents are contacted directly in September.

For further information and to check eligibility please email: caloundramusicfestival@sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au

Can I Park at Kings Beach Park?

There is no public parking available at Kings Beach Park. Catching transport or walking from your accommodation is recommended if possible, or take advantage of the FREE Shuttle Bus Service.

Cycling to the festival is also another great alternative. Take advantage of our fre bike valet service, located near the main entry gate.

For more information on travelling to the festival, visit the Getting Here page.

Is the Caloundra Music Festival accessible for people with a disability?

Yes the site is fully accessible. For a full list of accessibility information, please visit our Accessibility Page. See the Festival Map for locations of accessible viewing platforms and toilets (available closer to the event).

We encourage people with special needs to get in touch with us prior to the event so we can provide any information required. Email: calolundramusicfestival@sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au

Will First Aid be available?

First Aid services will be available within the festival site.

If you are feeling unwell or have hurt yourself at the Caloundra Music Festival, please head to the First Aid area for assistance. See festival map for locations.

Anything I need to know about bringing kids?

Children under 1 year receive free entry.

Children between 1 – 12 years are eligible for the discounted child tickets.  See ticket page for prices and conditions.

If you look like you might be older than 12, you’ll need to bring ID (a passport, birth certificate) to prove your age.  The Caloundra Music Festival is an all-ages event – if you are 12 or under you must be accompanied by a legal guardian (ie a parent or someone who your parents have given permission to be responsible for you) at all times.

To check out the groovy activities and attractions available for the kids visit our Funky Forest page!

Youth (13 – 17years) must enter / re-enter the festival with a responsible adult.


Kids love Caloundra Music Festival and often take off to explore something super exciting that’s caught their eye! Here are a few ideas to help us reunite you with your child should you become separated:

  • Take a photo of your child as you enter the festival each day. This allows us to know exactly what they are wearing and ensures that you have a current photo!
  • Make sure you have your mobile number written on your Childs’ wristband. This saves a lot of time trying to get your name from an upset little human!
  • Either you or a known person should stay in the spot where you last saw your child. Generally kids will come wandering back looking for you!
  • Arrange a meeting spot, somewhere that your child will remember and feel safe going to. (This may also be useful for significant others!)
  • Report your missing child immediately to the closest security, police or at the Patron Services Tent.

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