Sundays by the Sea to bring a big line-up for 2022

Edward ScownGeraldton Guardian
Ian Weggler
Camera IconIan Weggler Credit: Lisa Favazzo/The Geraldton Guardian

Four months of music set the tone the Geraldton Foreshore as Sundays by the Sea makes a comeback at Stow Gardens this weekend.

The festival, of sorts, will be opened by hometown favourites Ian Weggler and Carly Markham, appearing as a duo under the name Stillwater Avenue.

The line up brings a range of genres, from the funky soul of the Midnight Gypsies, to the big brass sound of the Geraldton City Band.

As well as Weggler and Markham, the calendar is stacked with well-known acts such as Harvest Guide, Good Strife and Geoff Udy, along with some new performers set to make their debuts on the local scene.

“Sundays by the Sea is a lovely afternoon out that the community has embraced since 2016,” Mayor Shane Van Styn said.

“We are spoiled when it comes to both local musical talent and culinary delights, and it’s great to be able showcase it at a venue that boasts the gorgeous Geraldton Foreshore as a backdrop.”

Sundays by the Sea will be on every Sunday except March 6, taking a break over the Labour Day long weekend. They are all-ages events and there is no entry fee. Food vans will be set up from 4:30pm, with live music starting at 5pm.

The Lineup:

January 9: Stillwater Avenue

January 16: Born2Sing

January 23: Harvest Guide

January 30: Mick Cannon

February 6: Revenant

February 13: Wyldwind

February 20: Geoff Udy

February 27: Little Miss

March 13: Geraldton City Band

March 20: Midnight Gypsies

March 27: Geraldton Schools Rock Band

April 3: Alida Sue

April 10: Welsh Zen

April 24: Rollercoaster

May 1: Good Strife

May 8: The Harmonies

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