Rain can’t dampen spirits at River Heads Rocks

ORGANISERS of the inaugural River Heads Rocks concert are already looking ahead towards their next gig to entertain Fraser Coast musos.

SINGING IN THE RAIN: Despite the pouring rain, the inaugural River Heads Rocks music concert at the Fraser Coast RV Park still provided great entertainment for those who braved the weather. PHOTO: Facebook / @riverheadsrocks.

Describing the music concert at the Fraser Coast RV Park in River Heads as a “tremendous success”, Suzanne Taylor urged those with a love for live music to attend the next River Heads Open Mic evening on July 17.

The event will feature Mirror Image.

Entry is by gold coin donation for the ‘Just 4 Kids’ charity.

Commenting on the River Heads Rocks concert last month, Suzanne said it was a case of “dancing in the rain, opposed to under the stars.”

Despite the weather, Suzanne said the concert was still a success, with many visitors travelling from near and far to watch five bands on stage for a combined 10 hours of live music.

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Suzanne said River Heads Rocks was a boutique event, with those attending treated to full performances by the artists, opposed to multiple acts appearing on stage for just a few minutes.

“The event was designed to make you feel like you are part of a family and that is what we achieved,” she said.

“Everyone said they would be back again next year to enjoy the attention to detail.”

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Funds were also raised for ‘Just 4 Kids’ and MS Queensland.

Meanwhile, Suzanne said the Bondi Cigars have already signed up to play at the 2022 installment of River Heads Rocks.

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