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Dress Up For Family Fun And Live Music On Halloween

Published On : Sep 28, 2021
Dress Up for Family Fun and Live Music on Halloween
This Halloween the whole family can get a thrill out of being creative at Park Jam, a new Council initiative that celebrates local musicians and artists.

Don your spookiest Halloween costume and head along to Suttons Beach Pavilion on Sunday, 31 October for free hands-on art activities and a performance from swing, pop, and vocal group Moreton Bay Big Band.

Band coordinator Jon Adams said they would be entertaining the crowd from 2pm.  

“Moreton Bay Big Band prides itself on being a big band for the local community,” Jon said.

“All of the band members are really looking forward to celebrating the long weekend by playing our music for local audiences down on the beautiful foreshore of Suttons Beach.

“This time our set list will include some of your ABBA favourites. During interval, there will also be a chance for budding singers in the audience to sign up to sing a favourite ABBA tune with the band. Everyone else can sing along.”

The band will also get the audience in the Halloween mood with spooky versions of well-known songs.

The Redcliffe Park Jam is part of a series of festivals held in Moreton Bay parks over five Sunday afternoons this month.

Moreton Bay Regional Council Mayor Peter Flannery said local artists Mel Brady and Marian Reginato would be offering a hands-on art activity at the event, where community members would be invited to decorate colourful flags.

“Together, artists and local communities will create a poetic garland which will be displayed between trees in the park,” Mayor Flannery said. “The garland installation will then grow as Park Jam travels through the Moreton Bay Region, building a colourful, visual, textile compilation of our communities.”

The Park Jam at Suttons Beach Pavilion is the last event in the series, so the artwork installation will feature all of the contributions made by community members from around the region.

Mayor Flannery said Park Jam was the perfect way to spend a Sunday afternoon with friends and family.

“Just bring a hat or sunshade, and your own picnic blanket or chair to settle in for an afternoon of entertainment,” he said.

For info, visit, and search Park Jam.

Park Jam: Suttons Beach Pavilion
Sunday, 31 October, 1pm-4:30pm
Suttons Beach Pavilion
50 Marine Parade, Redcliffe.