This Saturday 29 March come down to Cotton Tree Park and celebrate Earth Hour 2014 in style.
The Sunshine Coast Environment Council is organising a fully unpowered, unplugged, torch lit, acoustic music spectacular on the banks of the Maroochydore River.
BYO chairs and rugs to this free community event and join in a celebration of music, the coast, the environment and everything Earth Hour has come to represent.
- Gubbi Gubbi Dancers
- Rhythm Culture
- North Arm Marimba Band
- New World Rythm
- Offenbach String Trio
What: Earth Hour Unplugged
Where: Cotton Tree Park
When: Saturday 29 March 2014, 7-10 PM
Bar available (all proceeds will help cover the cost of the event).
About Earth Hour
Established in Sydney in 2007, Earth Hour is a global celebration observed in over 152 countries and more than 7,000 cities. Calling on people to pause for a moment and reflect on the urgency of climate change Earth Hour is a symbolic event representing the actions we all can take and all need to take in order to avoid dangerous climate change.