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Music feast at kite surfing festival

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Keely Sliwka is one of six local musicians set to perform at the Windslasher Festival this weekend.

Elliott Heads will be the backdrop to spectacular kite surfing, beach volleyball and some great local music this weekend.

The Windslasher Festival is shaping up to be a fantastic weekend for the whole family.

Adding to the festivities this year are six local musicians who are set to entertain from 2pm on Saturday afternoon, kicking off with new duo to town, TwoDust, featuring Monica Moore on vocals.

Monica, who hails from Canberra, regularly plays her home town and will soon be releasing her first CD.

Monica will be accompanied by local guitarist Richard Gorter.

Following TwoDust, local favourite Keely Sliwka will take the stage at the kite surfing event, playing her brand of country pop music.

2EZ featuring accomplished musos Peter O’Brien and Evie come to entertain at 4pm and are a duo not be missed.

Following up from 2EZ, Ariana Brogden will carry us through to sunset with a little country and hopefully some original tunes.

As the sun starts to set, things start to ramp up when three-piece band Tusky playing popular music, blues, and rock with just a touch country.

Finally, at 8pm popular local band Smooth Velvet will round out the night with a band playing funky tunes and popular favourites to get everyone up and dancing.

All in all, the Bundy Gig Guide crew reckon this will be a great way to spend a Saturday, and don’t forget to check out the guide so you can plan your live music weekend.

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The Windslasher Festival will have plenty of music acts this weekend at Elliott Heads.

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