Enjoy springtime weekend afternoons from 4 September to 9 October with family-friendly live music and hands-on, creative making in parks and outdoor spaces around the region.
Hands-on art with BLUSS
Create a visual poem with local artist collective BLUSS (Blair Garland and Russell Solomon). The artists invite you to change and shape your own statement in their interactive word sculpture ‘What’s on Your Mind’. Create a poem, say something funny, or share a thought in this collaborative word play activation.
Enjoy live music from local musicians. From solo singer/songwriters to Scottish folk to tunes made famous in Tarantino flicks, there’s something for all your friends and family in this spring Park Jam series. See individual Park Jam events for detailed lineup.
SeamTogether with The Seamtresses
An interactive outdoor performance and making experience - appearing at Albany Creek, CREEC (Burpengary) and Caboolture. Enter into the magical menagerie of Polly and Esther who travel from place to place gathering stories, forgotten garments and sharing skills to seam together the old into the new. Learn new skills, immerse yourself in a world of stories. Limited capacity. See individual Park Jam event for details.
Park Jam is open to all ages, is free to attend and makes the most of beautiful parks around the region in the magic of springtime.
What to expect
- Live music from local bands
- Hands-on creative art activity, materials supplied
What to bring
- Hat or sunshade
- Picnic blanket or chair
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EOI for local musicians to play at Park Jam
Council’s Cultural Activation team is looking for expressions of interest from local budding or established musical acts for live music performance opportunities as part of Park Jam and other events in 2022 and 2023.
To be eligible you will need to be:
- a resident in the Moreton Bay region
- be able to supply your own instruments and basic equipment
- be able to play a 45-minute set of music. Must be family friendly with no swearing, no drug, alcohol, sex references, no violence, sexism, racism, homophobia etc.
A performance spot is not guaranteed by filling out the form. Your submission will be reviewed by the Cultural Activation team and a successful application is based on suitability for upcoming events. Standard performance rates as per Musicians Australia apply.