Direct from performances in over 25 countries across Europe, Asia, North America and Australia, Thomas Armstrong-Robley returns home to the Moreton Bay Region for the first time in 2 years. At
only 25, Thomas has already enjoyed a colourful career in a variety of areas across the entertainment industry.
He has made multiple television appearances on Channel 7, Channel Nine and Network 10 and has co-headlined concerts alongside Australian greats including
Silvie Paladino and Rhonda Burchmore.
As this year’s host, he brings his youthful energy, unique style and a high octane brand of entertainment to the Redcliffe Festival of Sails.
Watch the talented dancers from JAM Performing Arts on the Main Stage from 9:15am for their wonderful Ready to Dance performance.
JAM Performing Arts is located in North Lakes and has dance classes for everyone!
From 2yrs - Pre professional they offer 1 class a week packages to ultimate packages to suit all budgets and lifestyles. Classes in Jazz, Tap, Ballet,
Lyrical, Hip Hop, Contemporary, Singing, Acrobatics, Musical Theatre… Find them on Facebook @jamperformingarts!
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No it's the...Easter Bunny? Don't forget to look to the sky at 10am when the Easter Bunny will drops in with some chocolate
treats for the kids. Thanks to Skydiving Australia for their support with this.
*Please note this activity is weather dependant and subject to change
Ruby embraces a moody, gothic-tinged style of writing. The Queensland Music Award-nominated songstress’s style is inspired by the grittiness of Johnny
Cash, whilst channelling a timeless & stylised atmosphere.
Raw & heart-breaking, her voice evokes an old-time feel, while her lyrics are both strange and endearing.
Hear Ruby's beautiful voice on the Main Stage at 11.30am.
Where is the Easter Bunny presented by Sharon Alback Dancers
See the dance troops from Sharon Alback Dance Centre in full swing with their Where is the Easter Bunny performance!
The Sharon Alback Dance Centre is located in the Redcliffe Entertainment Centre and offers dance tuition for students aged from 2 - adults. They have fully
qualified teachers in all classes and offer lessons in jazz, tap, classical, musical theatre, contemporary, hip hop and acrobatics.
Dan & Diletta formed in 2014 and quickly discover their very similar taste in music. They formed a fresh, relaxed duo combination covering the ‘not
so common’ tracks including the likes of Pink Floyd and Bossa Nova as well as crowd favourites such as Ed Sheeran and Darryl Braithwaite!
Diletta with her Italian background and array of musical experiences, and Dan who picked up his guitar at age 14, they are going to set an incredibly chill
and festive atmosphere in the Pop-up Ice Cream Fair!
Dippin' Dots ice cream beads are made from fresh dairy ingredients flavoured with a variety of fun, fruity, enticing and even exotic flavours. Those ingredients
are frozen almost instantly in liquid nitrogen, a common element in the atmosphere used commercially for flash freezing.
Not only are Dippin Dots delicious but are fun to eat as the flash freezing locks in flavour and freshness.
Sometimes you can't go past the Classics. Choose the delicious vanilla ice cream and add your choice of sprinkles, nuts, or dipped in chocolate or layered with sherbet, or add a Flake! Or choose from the Classic Ice Cream range of sundaes.
Ungermann Brothers is the brain child of MasterChef Australia 2017 runner-up, Ben Ungermann and his brother Danny. We are known for creating unique gourmet
ice creams with flavours that are sure to awaken your tastebuds.
With flavours like Roasted Garlic, Lavender and Honeycomb and Salted Caramel, Bacon and Pecan, it’s safe to say that we provide a different experience
to our customers.
And the best bit of all? Not only do our ice creams taste great, but they are also completely natural. At Ungermann Brothers we strive to create completely
natural ice creams that have no preservatives or artificial ingredients and they are all made by hand at our store in Ipswich.
Amy Kate is a Brisbane-based acoustic-pop singer and multi-instrumentalist, drawing on pop and R&B influences. As well as being a full-time musician,
Amy Kate also spends her time as a music teacher, creating opportunities for young musicians to perform in the local community.
Hear her perform on the Northern Acoustic Stage at 9.15am.
Caillin in fast becoming one of the most sought after musicians in Brisbane! With regular residencies at some of southeast QLD's best live venues, Caillin
is always a hit with any crowd thanks to a huge mixture of new and old tunes to keep you tapping your toes all day long!
We can’t wait to see him on the stage at this year’s Festival of Sails!
See him on the Northern Acoustic Stage from 1:00pm.
Make some new furry and feathered friends at the animal farm. Get up close and personal with adorable alpacas, friendly sheep, goats and cuddly chickens,
ducklings and piglets!! Children can hand feed, brush and pat all these animals. The ‘Friendly Farmers’ will also be there you encourage and assist
you along the way!
Available all day from 9am - 4pm. $5 entry fee.
Thanks to Amazing Animals To You Mobile Animal Farm for joining us with their furry and feathered friends.
Have you always wanted to sit behind the news desk and report on the big stories of the day? Well, Nine News are bringing their mini news desk to Festival
of Sails! Snap a photo behind the desk and remember to hashtag #redcliffefestivalofsails.
Marc the Joyologist presents an Eco Cartoon Colouring Mural wall with Environmental themes and interactive community games using recycled instruments,
labomba drum-dance, rainbow parachute AND face and body art!
Join Marc the Joyologist anytime throughout the day to contribute to the mural.
One of Australia’s most significant and largest yacht race’s, the QantasLink Brisbane to Gladstone Yacht Race, enters the 71st year of the race in 2019.
This iconic Queensland sporting event is an Australian Easter Weekend tradition with entrants from all around Australia and internationally annually setting
sail from Moreton Bay on Good Friday.
You'll be spoilt for choice when it comes to food at Redcliffe Festival of Sails with two food courts and a Pop-up IceCream Fair!
Choose from international cuisines such as Hungarian, Greek, Japanese, Mexican and Italian or stick to festival classics like spiral potatoes, wood-fired pizza, churros, fresh hot donuts and so much more.
A boutique-style market with beautiful products handmade with love. Handmade stalls will include; Crochet & String, Manresa Design, Sew Suzi, Cushion
Mountain, Berry Good Jam & Chutney, The New Devine and The Yellow Gallery.
Also enjoy FREE Easter Wreath Workshops in Love Handmade Lane at 10am and 2pm.