2016 Jacaranda Festival Program

SUNDAY
23-10-2016

Time

Program

12:00pm

Jacaranda Bowls Competition

On Field

Jacaranda Triples. 2 Games, $60 per team entry.

WEDNESDAY
26-10-2016

Time

Program

9:30am

Jacaranda Bowls Competition

On Field

Jacaranda Ladies Mixed Fours. 1 game.

6:00pm

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FRIDAY
28-10-2016

Time

Program

9:00am

Jacaranda Bowls Competition

On Field

Men’s Jacaranda Fours. 3 Games, $100 per team entry fee.

5:00pm-7:20pm

School Choirs

Main Stage

7:20pm

Opening Ceremony

Main Stage

Featuring Joel Mikkelsen.
Joel has been involved with Theatre since 2002, with his first show at Beenleigh Theatre Group as Frank Butler in Annie Get your Gun. Since this time, Joel has been involved in countless productions either from a cast, crew, technical, band (Drummer) or directorial role. Joel has played in Chicago, Stags and Hens, Much Ado about Nothing, Cats, Sweeney Todd, The Importance of Being Ernest and The Secret Garden to name just a few, and played along side Rob Guest in Sweeney Todd at the Gold Coast Arts Centre.

7:45pm

Barefoot Brass

Main Title

Barefoot Brass is a 12-piece stage band based in South East
Queensland. This band plays a wide variety of music from the funky
grooves of Stevie Wonder to more recent tunes by Coldplay and
Beyoncé. Barefoot Brass expand their repertoire by playing their
own arrangements with unique twists

8:30pm

Crashing Tomorrow

Main Stage

9:30pm-10:00pm

Party Under the Stars

Main Stage

SATURDAY
29-10-2016

Time

Program

8:00am-12:00am

School Band Competition

Main Stage

10:00am-2:00pm

Ipswich Eagle Auskick

On Field

Come and have a kick with the Ipswich Eagles.

12:00pm

Bush Poet

On Field

Bob Kettle has been the M.C. and guest Bush Poet at the Streaky Bay Country music festival S.A. and has been a guest Poet at several venues in Queensland, N.S.W. and S.A.

He’s produced two C.D’s and a booklet, writing a lot of his own work as well as presenting several works from the old masters.

12:30pm-6:00pm

Quest for Talent Finals

Main Stage

6:30pm

Sling (young band)

Main Stage

Sling is a fun 4 piece high school rock band from the beautiful seaside town of Redcliffe, Queensland. They perform catchy original songs with memorable choruses and riffs in varying themes and styles ranging from emotive acoustic ballads to alternative rock.

Caleb Freeman, Josh Crawford, Jade Roles and Dylan Thompson form Sling and despite being aged between 12-14 years, the group possess talent beyond their years. Sling enjoys the rare luxury of having 3 great songwriters in the band each with superb vocal abilities. You can hear layered harmonies and backing vocals throughout their set of originals and covers, which showcases the rising talent of the band.

7:00pm

Fusion (pop group)

Main Stage

Fusion – Brisbane’s newest girl group – is enchanting audiences all over the city with their angelic voices & tight harmonies.

The talented teens – Ella, Naeva and Alice – mix the old with the new to present an eclectic, vibrant set list that will have you up dancing and singing along with them.

Fusion is delighted to be performing at the Jacaranda Festival and to be supporting the amazing Shannon Noll.

Jacaranda has been major sponsors for young artists and the girls appreciate Jacaranda in providing great opportunities for emerging artists.

7:30pm

Halloween Finals

Main Stage

8:00pm-9:00pm

Shannon Noll

Main Stage

9:00pm

Fireworks

Main Stage

9:30pm-10:00pm

Suit Collective

Main Stage

SUNDAY
30-10-2016

Time

Program

9:00am-1:00pm

Car Show

On Field

9:00am

Moreton Dance Academy

Main Stage

9:30am

The Hamzes Trio

Main Stage

The Hamzes are a young family band made up of two sisters and their brother.
They all love to play guitar and sing popular hits from a wide variety of
music genres. The Hamzes are so excited to be performing at the beloved
Goodna Jacaranda Festival this year!

10:00am

Alchemy Choir

Main Stage

The Alchemy Street Choir, originally established by Council in 2010, in the spirit of the “Choir of Hard Knocks” is an inclusive community music group that provides participants with a means of enjoyment, self-expression, comradeship, and community engagement through song. Membership is comprised of people of all ages and backgrounds who commonly share the love of music and opportunity to meet new people and make new friends. Choir membership is open to people aged 18 years of age and over living in Ipswich and the surrounding areas who have an interest in singing. Joining the Alchemy Street Choir brings benefits to each person who wants to become involved. Some of the most important benefits may be non-music related and be more concerned with the development and wellbeing of each individual.

10:30am

Bush Poet

Main Stage

11:00am

Rosanna’s Dance Academy

Main Stage

11:30am

Country Music

Main Stage

12:00pm

Heather Robinson

Main Stage

Heather Robinson began singing at the age of 7. Over the years she has taken part in many Eisteddfods. Heather won the Redlands Aggregate Aged Championship from 2007 to 2013. During this time she has won numerous trophies for excellence in vocal performance. In 2012 she was awarded The Port of Brisbane Trophy for the most Outstanding Vocalist of the Wynnum Manly Eisteddfod. In 2013 she won First Place in the Open Vocal Aria Competition Redlands, and also won the prestigious Redlands Sinfonia award. In March 2014, Heather was the soloist for the Redlands Symphony Orchestra in the 2 hour production entitled ‘Uproar at the Opera’ performed at RPAC. During her younger years Heather produced two CDs raising funds for Orphans in Myanmar and the Redlands MS Society.

12:30pm

County Music

Main Stage

1:00pm

Chloe Adamovics Violinist

Main Stage

Since a young age, Chloe was determined to learn the violin. She has now been playing for over 11 years, and has participated in many eisteddfods and was a member of the Queensland Youth Orchestras for several years. As she continues to learn and teach violin, Chloe’s hope is to inspire and bring enjoyment to others through her love of music.

“I’m thrilled at this opportunity to share my passion for violin with the community at the 2016 Jacaranda Festival – it is truly a privilege.”

1:30pm-2:00pm

Country Music

Main Stage