February 6, 2020 - Swingin' start to season of Morning Melodies
- Morning Melodies returns to Innisfail Shire Hall with Swingin’ Martinis Tuesday 11 February
- Council presents a stellar line up of six performances throughout the year
- Show includes morning tea with doors open 10am – tickets now on sale with 40% saving on Season Passes
The Cassowary Coast Regional Council is pleased to present a stellar line up of performances for this year’s Morning Melodies series, launching on Tuesday 11 February with the comedic musical mayhem of The Swingin’ Martinis.
Further acts confirmed throughout the year include a Michael Bublè tribute, golden Hollywood dedication, classical duo, a Golden Guitar winner as well as contemporary tribute to Stevie Nicks, Carole King and Linda Ronstadt.
With doors open at 10am at the Innisfail Shire Hall, Morning Melodies offers an opportunity to socialise over morning tea as well as the opportunity to be entertained by a live show.
Morning Melodies is a partnership with regional councils to attract world class acts to tour the region specifically for the delight of local residents.
With each performance promising a fabulous experience, Council encourages guests to embrace the opportunity and attend all Morning Melodies events with a 40% saving on ticket prices with a Season Pass.
The Season Pass is available for purchase at Council Customer Service Centres for $90, or alternatively individual tickets are $18 online or at Council offices, and $25 at the door.
For further information about show tickets contact Cassowary Coast Regional Council on 1300 763 903 or go to www.cassowarycoast.qld.gov.au.
Cassowary Coast Regional Council's Mayor, John Kremastos said, “It’s wonderful to be able to offer our residents the entertainment and social event which Morning Melodies delivers and I commend the organisers for securing such an amazing line up of shows.”
“It’s not just for the oldies! Everyone who can take the day off work should come along and embrace the fun and entertainment which Morning Melodies offers.”