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Looking for something to do this weekend? We have plenty of options right here...
GYMPIE MUSIC MUSTER
When: All Weekend
ALL roads lead to Gympie for the 33rd annual Muster. Every year, country, blues, roots and folk music fans make a pilgrimage to Amamoor Creek State Forest. This year's performers include award-winners Lee Kernaghan, John Williamson and Kasey Chambers.
The Gympie Music Muster is at the Amamoor Creek State Forest. To buy tickets and for the full program, visit http://www.muster.com.au.
LOVE YOUR DOG FESTIVAL
When: This weekend
DOG lovers can head to two free family events with plenty of pampering for the pooch. DoFree dog grooming, question and ans
wer sessions with vets, free pet photography and more are part of the day, sponsored by Advantix.
The sessions are 1-5pm tomorrow at Elizabeth Daniels Dog Park, Buderim, and Sunday from 7-11am at Noosa Woods (between Hastings St and Haul Rd).
TERRY OLDFIELD AND SORAYA IN CONCERT
When: Tomorrow (Sat)
A DIVINE evening with world-class musicians is promised as Terry Oldfield and Soraya share inspired original songs.
The concert is at The Shared in Railway St, Yandina. Doors open 6pm with the show at 7pm. Tickets are: $15 presales (call 0458 975 993) or $20 at the door.
SUNSHINE COAST SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
When: Tomorrow (Sat)
THE Lifepointe Maroochy Baptist Centre auditorium will host the Sunshine Coast Symphony Orchestra and the Sunshine Brass Band in a special military concert War and Peace, commemorating the centenary of the First World War.
The venue is at 186 Wises Rd, Buderim. The wearing of medals is encouraged. Tickets can be pre-purchased from the Bendigo Bank at Caloundra, or pre-booked by phone. Tickets are $25 at the door, $20 pre-booked/pre-purchased. For bookings, call 5445 5123. For more information, visit http://www.scso.com.au.
QUEENSLAND DIVERSITY WEEK
When: From tomorrow (Sat)
THE Sunshine Coast's major free Queensland Cultural Diversity Week event will be tomorrow from 11am-2pm at the Feasturi and Kitchen Carnivale in Yandina.
SUNSHINE COAST MARATHON FESTIVAL
HEAD to Alexandra Headland for the third running of the Sunshine Coast Marathon.
The action starts from 6am with the marathon and ends after the 11am 2km run.
OPERA IN THE AMPHITHEATRE
OPERATIF! presents Opera in the Amphitheatre at Lake Macdonald's Greek theatre in the Noosa Botanic Gardens, Cooroy, at 2.30pm. The cast is led by Jennifer Parish and Stewart Cameron.
Tickets from QTIX on 136 246 (no fees apply). Inquiries to OPERATIF! on 1300 308 385 or visit http://www.operatif.com.au
HEDONISM'S Second Album is a comedic play about a fictitious indie rock band called Hedonism. The show also includes a rock gig by local bands The Flumes and The Floating Bridges. The play and concert are at Nambour Civic Centre from 7.30pm. Tickets: adults $28, students $25, SCvip members $26.
JAMES MORRISON IN CONCERT
When: Thursday to next Sunday
JAZZ legend James Morrison is in concert at berardo's in Hastings St, Noosa, with Hetty Kate and Ian Date.
Book on 5447 5666.
NORTHERN RIVERS AND EAST COAST ORCHID COMPETITION
When: Next weekend
NAMBOUR Orchid Society holds its Spring Orchid Show 2014 in the Uniting Church Hall in Coronation Ave, Nambour.
The Spring Orchid Show 2014 will run next Friday, September 5, from 8.30am-4pm and next Saturday, September 6, from 8.30am-2.30pm. Admission $3.