Festival of the Sun

Established in 2003 this unique triple j supported festival is a household name in the Australian festival industry. Seeing over 300 bands and 1000 artists perform on the beautiful shores of Port Macquarie. 

Now in its 16th year 

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The Big Band Blast

Attracting over 800 students and teachers attending Port Macquarie for 3 days, the big band blast is a weekend of mentoring, guidance developing some of the countries best big band musicians 

With Australias leading Big Band mentors joined by guest appearances from some of the best Big Band performers in the world

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Our BBQ Festivals 

Co Promoted and established in 2013 The Port Macquarie BBQ Festival grew to 6000 patrons and a record breaking 100 + bbq teams compete on the Town Green foreshore and has now spread to Auckland, Sydney and Melbourne as the infamous Meatstock Festivals. 

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Sounds on Sunset

Est 2011 on the shores of Wallis Lake in the Forster Region. Officially the first camping and music festival for the region. 

Music ranges from blue grass through to folk and funk with an epic kick back and relax vibe for approx 1000 patrons. 

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Dropknee Sessions

Consulting and supporting 40 plus international and Australian dropknee bodyboarding competitors across Port Macquarie and The Barrington Coast

(Great Lakes Region of Pacific Palms)

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Ani Difranco 

Ani, a native of Buffalo, New York, has released more than 20 albums and has been nominated four consecutive times for Best Recording Package at the Grammy Awards and won in 2004 for Evolve

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Sundowner Bream

Classic

Est 2005

One of Australias first major catch and release fishing tournaments 

Over 40 teams in Port Macquarie staying for 3 nights to fishing its beautiful waterways

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Morning of the Earth

With projected film supported by most of the original live musicians including Brian Cadd / supported by Lior 

Attracting 5000 patrons from all over NSW with bus / accommodation and ticket packages filling the town of Port Macquarie

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