Music in the Park returns this month

Acclaimed Country singer Luke O’Shea will perform at Music in the Park on March 22.
Acclaimed Country singer Luke O’Shea will perform at Music in the Park on March 22.

Make the most of the warm summer evenings by enjoying a diverse line-up of musical talent under the stars over the next two months. 

Music in the Park will be held each Friday evening during February and March in the park adjacent to the Sutherland Entertainment Centre.

People can book a table and enjoy food and wine and listen to great music or simply choose a spot on the grass and relax with family and friends.

Sutherland Shire Mayor, Carmelo Pesce, said the Sutherland Shire has some of the best musicians in Sydney so Music in the Park is a great opportunity to celebrate and support our local talent.

Music in the Park has been running for a year and has been enjoyed by hundreds of people since its inception.

“The combination of great music and delicious food proved very popular when we first introduced this event in February last year,” said Belinda Hanrahan, director of the Sutherland Entertainment Centre.

The French Family

The French Family

Music in the Park

February 8: Alex Hurt

Alex is a singer songwriter from deep in the Welsh Valleys, now based in Sydney.

February 15: Darling Duo

Rudy Bilani and Seryna Jane are both accomplished solo artists who craft music that’s honest and heartfelt blending raw acoustic sound with jazz tones.

February 22: The French Family

Stuie is a master of the country/jazz guitar-style and his smooth voice harks back to the days of Tommy Duncan singing with Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys. Stuie always has a band that can create the perfect bed for Camille’s gentle, velvet voice. 

March 1: Evie J Willie

Evie is a proud Wiradjuri Soul Songstress who has been composing songs since the age of 15. Drawing on her Aboriginal & NiVanuatu roots, Evie J is inspired from real life experiences, truth, identity and culture through her music ranging from Roots, Reggae, Blues and Acoustic Soul.

Evie J Willie is a soul songstress.

Evie J Willie is a soul songstress.

March 8: The Castaways

Tom Dowden and Leah Foley, are a new acoustic duo who perform a range of pop, folk, country and blues covers.

March 15: Sharnielle Hartley

Straight from dancing in New York, fresh off the international tour of Burn The Floor, and after four years of traveling, singer/songwriter, Sharnielle Hartley has returned home.

March 22: Luke O’Shea

Luke O’Shea is a nine-time Golden Guitar winning singer-songwriter.

March 29: Dave DeCosta

Mozambican born David Barbosa is Sydney based singer songwriter. David’s unique blend of styles is a fusion of funk, R&B soul, reggae and pop Jazz. His overall feel good music style blends fun, rhythm and lyrics that will get your feet dancing. Carlos Santana, Tree63, John Mayer, U2 are just some of the influences that attributes to David’s style.

Tables can be booked for dining in the Peace Park or there is plenty of room in the park for people to bring a picnic rug and enjoy the music outdoors.

People can buy food or bring their own picnic. This is an open event for the whole family.  To book a table please phone 9521 8888.

  • Music in the Park 6pm each Friday evening from February 8 to March 29 in Peace Park (adjacent to the Sutherland Entertainment Centre), Eton Street, Sutherland.