05 Nov Sheppard to headline exciting open-air concert right here in Gladstone
Brisbane band Sheppard is set to rock Gladstone’s Blain Park next month as the headline act of Air Beats, an exciting open-air concert proudly presented by Gladstone Regional Council.
Sheppard stormed onto the Australian and international music scene in 2014 with its number-one hit Geronimo from debut album Bombs Away.
The 2014 ARIA Award winner for Best Group will also perform at Saturday’s AFL Grand Final ahead of their visit to Gladstone over two nights on Friday and Saturday 20-21 November.
Joining Sheppard will be Hayley Marsten, who returns home to Gladstone following the release of her 2019 debut album Spectacular Heartbreak, which has been streamed almost 500,000 times.
Several local musicians will join Sheppard and Hayley Marsten, with Chris Bax Trio, Jason O’Hara, Nathan Bedford, Jack & Jacinta, Smiley n Wayno Duo, Thomo and Wal Duo and Chris Schofield.
Gladstone Region Mayor Matt Burnett said Air Beats would be an experience like no other with purpose built ‘beat boxes’ to be constructed for concert goers.
WHAT: Air Beats Open Air Concert
WHEN: Friday 20 November & Saturday 21 November, 6pm-11pm
WHERE: Blain Park, Doug Burnett Place, Gladstone
TICKETS: From $110 (max. five people per Beat Box) book at
from 9am on Friday, 30 October
- Free Air Beats branded cooler bag with every ticket purchased
- Tickets on sale until sold out
- No tickets available for purchase at the gate.
- Open to all ages
AIR BEATS LINE UP
Friday, 20 November
Chris Bax Trio
Jack & Jacinta
Saturday, 21 November
Smiley n Wayno Duo
Thomo and Wal Duo