Your Sunday beach walk will turn into a trail of lovely live tunes this weekend with Coastal Sounds. Hosted by the City of Charles Sturt, the seaside event will feature live music set up along the popular path from Henley Square to Grange Jetty.
From 4:30pm-7:30pm this Sunday October 31, there will be artists playing at key locations on the popular. The free event will feature four local musicians soundtracking your stroll, run or bike ride by the beach.
At the Grange Jetty Reserve/Grange Hotel, Swing Time will be playing unique twists on classic and modern-day hits.
They are a fun and snazzy duo made up of vocalist Barbarella and multi-instrumentalist Jai. Whether you’re starting off at Grange or looping back to Henley from there, walkers can soak in the groovy tunes.
At the Lawn area on the Esplanade at the end of Grange Road near Grange Sailing Club, walkers will stroll apon Frank Toloza who is a one man show. Performing the popular hits from the 70’s to today, Frank will be armed with just a guitar and loop pedal.
Set up on the Lawn area at the end of Malborough Street, Henley Beach Alexander Black will be playing music from the heart. The SCALA award winning Adelaide singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist musician has been gigging for the past 5 years and is on a journey of artistic enlightenment.
He aims to tell stories of life, death and everything in between.
Further up the path at Henley Square/stage, The Beach Bums will be playing the most popular summertime sounds. Grab a cocktail, ice-cream or a bite to eat from the array of venues at the square and soak in the tunes.
There will be special deals on offer with electric scooters Beam and Neuron for you to whizz on throughout the event. You can scoot to each musician along the coastal path while taking a pit stop at each one to listen to a song or two.
Coastal Sounds will run from 4:30pm-7:30pm this Sunday, October 31, from Henley Square to Grange Jetty.
Find out more here.