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About Us

Be entertained by the kaleidoscope of concerts, music, dance, plays and shows for all ages. The Events Centre, Caloundra is the Sunshine Coast’s premier performing arts and conference centre. Bring your event to life in our diverse conference spaces.

The Events Centre is one of the largest function centres on the Coast with dining, high tech staging and equipment for large and small dinners, awards nights, conferences, theatre and special events. The venue has two theatres and dining spaces for over 1,000 patrons.

Venue Information

Based on the beautiful Sunshine Coast, just one hour north of Brisbane, find us located near beautiful Kings Beach and the famous Bulcock Street.

What’s On – Upcoming Shows

  • Fri 2 Aug
Wakakirri 2024
  • Sat 3 Aug
Arj Barker | The Mind Field
  • Sun 4 Aug
Seven Drunken Nights

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Sunshine Coast Symphony Orchestra | A Night at the Proms

Presented by Sunshine Coast Symphony Orchestra

Book tickets
$42.00 Early-bird Full Price (until midnight 15th July)
$32.00 Early-bird Concession (until midnight 15th July)
$7.00 Early-bird Child (2-17yrs) (until midnight 15th July)
$49.00 Full Price
$39.00 Concession (ID Required)
$14.00 Child (2-17 years)

Contact the Box Office on (07) 5491 4240 for large group bookings or other enquiries.

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A Night At The Proms: Celebrating the Music of Britain and Australia

In a high-spirited program of music and vibrant colour, the Sunshine Coast Symphony Orchestra (SCSO) will celebrate the Last Night of The Proms with British and Australian favourites.

Featuring Australian composer Sean O’Boyle’s Olympia Australis from the Sydney Olympics, and his Sunrise on the Coast, inspired by the Banjo Paterson poem of the same name, the concert includes The Man From Snowy River and other Australian classics from Percy Grainger, Peter Allen and The Seekers.

Soprano Renae Suttie, joined by Dean Doyle, will sing favourites from both hemispheres, such as The White Cliffs of Dover, We’ll Meet Again, I Am Australian and I Still Call Australia Home.

With perennial British favourites including Elgar’s Nimrod, the Dambusters March and the Spitfire Prelude and Fugue, A Night at the Proms will be a feast of celebratory music and imagery.

Founded in 1972 and now conducted by Dr. Fletcher Mitchell, the Sunshine Coast Symphony Orchestra believes in providing exciting, accessible music of all periods in a relaxed and fun atmosphere.

Program

Arnold – English Dances set 1, mvt 4
Elgar – Nimrod from The Enigma Variations
Finzi – A Severn Rhapsody
Goodwin – 633 Squadron
Grainger – Country Gardens
Holst – Jupiter from The Planets Suite op. 32
Koehne – The Persistence of Memory
Mitchell – Uncharted Horizons
O’Boyle – Olympia Australis
O’Boyle – Sunrise on the Coast
Walton – Spitfire Prelude and Fugue
Traditional, arr. Wood – Jack’s the Lad (from  Fantasia on British Sea Songs)
Rowland, arr. Bignell – The Man From Snowy River
Walter Kent & Nat Burton, arr Bradley – The White Cliffs of Dover (featuring Renae Suttie)
Maschwitz & Sherwin, arr Bradley – A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square (featuring Renae Suttie)
Parker & Charles, arr Bradley – We’ll Meet Again (featuring Renae Suttie)
Allen, arr. Bradley – I Still Call Australia Home (featuring Renae Suttie and Dean Doyle)
Woodley & Newton, arr. G. Lloyd  – I am Australian (featuring Renae Suttie and Dean Doyle)
Paterson / Macpherson / Cowan, arr C. Bradley – Waltzing Matilda (featuring Renae Suttie and Dean Doyle)
Rodgers & Hammerstein – You’ll Never Walk Alone