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End Spring On A High Note With Music In The Park

Story: Alyssa Mackay
Published On : Oct 25, 2023
End Spring on a High Note with Music in the Park
Suttons Beach will transform into a vibrant hub of music and community spirit this month when Music in the Park takes centre stage.

Presented by the City of Moreton Bay and delivered by MBRIT (Moreton Bay Region Industry and Tourism), this free family event promises an afternoon filled with live music, delicious food and activities.

Natassia Wheeler, MBRIT CEO, said she encouraged everyone to join in by supporting local musicians and embracing the festivities. 

“Music in the Park Redcliffe is set to be an exciting day containing lots of family fun, so be sure to bring your little ones along to enjoy the free kids activities and local musicians on show,” Ms Wheeler said.

The event showcases an impressive line-up of artists, including lifelong Moreton Bay resident and singer/songwriter, Kelsey Berrington.

Known for his soulful folk music, Kelsey said the audience could expect some emotional songs with heartfelt stories, as well as a few terrible ‘dad’ jokes.

“I’m a big fan of storytelling and I try and capture settings and characters in how I write,” Kelsey said. “I’m similar to artists like Passenger, Damien Rice and Ed Sheeran.”

“I’m excited to see the other artists playing and if it’s anything like the recent Music in the Park Dayboro I played at, the chilled vibe will be perfect for a Sunday afternoon.”

Joining Kelsey in the line-up is acoustic singer-songwriter and Margate resident, Harry Phillips, who describes his sound as “something akin to John Mayer meets Ed Sheeran meets Jack Johnson.”

“I love all genres of music but I’m particularly drawn to catchy, singable melodies and lyrics that have something a bit clever, inventive or thoughtful in them, so that’s what I try to write,” Harry said.

“I love getting out amongst the community and meeting people. I’m so lucky that I have a job where I can bring smiles to people’s faces and I love being able to make new friends at every show.” 

Also gracing the stage is Never Too Late, a dynamic vocal duo, and rock band Winchester Revival, who will be performing an acoustic set.

A diverse selection of food trucks will be on-site, offering plenty of choices for afternoon tea and dinner. Kids will enjoy free face painting.

For more information visit

Find Harry Phillips’ music on Spotify at

Search ‘Kelsey Berrington’ on Spotify to hear his music.

Music in the Park Redcliffe
Sunday, 26 November, 2-6pm
Suttons Beach, Redcliffe