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Chris de Aboitiz from SupDogOZ - the pioneer who brought stand up paddle (SUP) to Australia, a former World Champion surfer and renowned Dog Whisperer - will ride a 17 foot long SUP with 25 DOGS on board to set a new world record...The most dogs to paddle on 1 board ever! 
 
You can witness their first crack at making history to help raise awareness of their amazing DOG RESCUE mission too by gathering at 1770 foreshore/Friday 19th May 2017 3.30pm - 4.30pm opposite The Tree Bar Hotel. 

 

 

Walker Street 
Fresh off the stage of the Agnes Water Blues, Roots and Rock Festival, Walker Street hail from Burnett Heads and formed in May 2015 and play pub rock covers which include some of the classic bands such as Jet, Kings of Leon, Wolfmother and Guns & Roses.

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Easy Tigers:

Since forming in 2014, "The Easy Tigers" have established themselves in the Gladstone region as the "go to" group for rock, funk & reggae. Most recently, they found themselves supporting Jimmy Barnes, Jon Stevens & The Radiators on the "Hotter than Hell" show.They have also played onstage with such veterans as; Doug Parkinson, Phil Emmanual & Tanya Kernaghan & have played as backing band for the legendary John Paul Young. 

 

 
 
 
 
Two Trees: 
Two Trees is an original guitar and drums duo, consisting of Dave (drums, percussion, loops, guitar and the didgeridoo ) and Tobias ( guitar and loops ).  Two Trees unique, full, tight sound is inspired by blues, tribal, jazz and rock. Both Dave and Tobias' love for all styles of music is evident in their song writing and high energy performance. 

 

Ben Barker:
Ben Barker is an original musician combining the didgeridoo and guitar simultaneously to create a truly wonderful sound
With the soulful drones of the didgeridoo and melodic guitar drifting through the air you're bound to be mesmerized..
Ben Barkers music is an amazing show of story... dreaming ...and the love of music...
Combining his Aboriginal  Australian heritage to create a unique sound to take you on a journey... 

 

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