Redcliffe Festival of Sails, one of the region’s biggest events, is making its return on Good Friday after a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19.
It’s on from 9am-4pm on April 15 at Suttons Beach, offering a program that’s bigger than ever covering seven entertainment areas including a kids’ zone with dedicated children’s stage program, seafood lawn stage, multiple entertainment stages, beach zone, pop-up ice cream fair and market stalls.
After COVID forced the cancellation of the event two years in a row, Moreton Bay Region Industry & Tourism (MBRIT) CEO Shane Newcombe is thrilled one of the region’s largest events is returning.
“We are very excited to be able to deliver Redcliffe Festival of Sails once again,” Mr Newcombe says.
“Our region’s operators, vendors and performers have been hit hard over the past two years, and events such as Redcliffe Festival of Sails attract large crowds and bring a huge boost to the local economy.
“This year, we have added new entertainment zones, including more stages with live performances throughout the festival. We’ve activated every corner of the festival. You’ll be able to grab a bite to eat and sit down to enjoy live music whether you’re at the southern end, northern end or anywhere in between.”
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