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“Dancin’ the Night Away” with The Strangest Dreamers

Cost: $20 including supper

Turn Back the Clock to the 60s.

Do you remember the Rock ‘n Roll dances of the 60s? Your chance to relive those days – of miniskirts, false eyelashes, bell-bottoms, flares, Mary Quant psychedelic dresses and Beatles music. The Gheerulla Hall, one of the iconic old halls in the Sunshine Coast, (once named the Farmer’s Assembly Hall), will be the venue for a 60s style dance as part of the Sunshine Coast Festival of Community Halls, one of the events to celebrate the anniversary of the Naming of the Sunshine Coast. The dance will be held on Saturday 19 August, from 7.00 pm at the Gheerulla Hall.

Music will be provided by the award winning 5 piece band, “The Strangest Dreamers” who have a huge repertoire of songs encompassing a broad range of musical genres, inspired by the music of early Jazz years, Swing Blues, Roots and Gospel,Country and Classic Music. The band has promised to entertain everyone with dance music from the 1960s. They say it will be Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed and Something Blue. The band has played at Woodford Folk Festival, Noosa Jazz Festival, Brisbane’s Southbank and many other venues.

If you don’t want to dance, just come along and enjoy the music. This is a night to have fun, relax, and enjoy yourself. Dressing 60s style is optional. Refreshments will be available. Tickets (only $20/person) can be purchased via www.trybooking.com/QZSC, or contact gheerullahall1@gmail.com .

Join us in reminiscing about how good it was in the 1960s.

The Strangest Dreamers will be playing there

The Strangest Dreamers (facebook page)

The award winning five piece band, named after the song “Last Night I had the Strangest Dream”, an affirmation of hope and peace. This is one of the best bands on the Sunshine Coast playing at Woodford Folk and Noosa Jazz Festivals, Brisbane’s Southbank and many other venues. Their repertoire of songs encompasses a broad range of musical genres, inspired by the music of early Jazz years, swing Blues, Roots and Gospel, Country and Classic Music.

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