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Head along to the Urban Music Festival this May!

By James Brown

The upcoming Urban Music Festival in Moreton Bay could be a great weekend for lovers of live music and great atmosphere, giving residents of real estate in Burpengary the chance to let loose and enjoy over 100 different acts performing across three stages this May. 

Spread over three days (1-3 May), the Urban Music Festival starts on the Friday night and will bring some of the country's best country, indie and folk acts right to your doorstep. Alongside the music, there will be a wide range of different food and drink options available, giving you the chance to indulge in whatever tickles your fancy at the time. 

Saturday will culminate into an all ages party for attendees that will head on well into the evening, with non-stop entertainment across the stages throughout the festival. Come Sunday, two bonfires will be lit to celebrate the end of the festival – hopefully leaving you anxiously awaiting the next event in 2016! 

Timetables and ticket details can be found on the Urban Music Festival's website, so be sure to check it out and secure your spot before the event. Get in early to avoid missing out on this spectacular event in Moreton Bay! 

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