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More outdoor events could soon be hosted in Moreton Bay

By James Brown

Residents of real estate in Narangba could soon find themselves at the heart of Moreton Bay's outdoor entertainment schedule, as funding is, received for a new project. The local council has been awarded a $444,000 tender to redevelop the Pine Rivers Park amphitheatre, enabling it to bring more events to the local area. 

"Last year, thousands of people filled Pine Rivers Park to watch unforgettable performances by John Farnham and The Seekers, demonstrating its potential as an entertainment venue," said deputy mayor Mike Charlton. 

A number of changes are in the pipeline for the site, including creating extra connection points for lighting and sound. This will mean that bigger events can be hosted at the amphitheatre in years to come. Concerts, shows and even movie screenings are already being planned once the work has been completed.

Upgrades are also set to be made to the roof structure, which will enable permanent infrastructure to be in place. As a result, stage equipment such as lighting and projectors can be attached to it for use on a range of different shows.

Local residents already have a host of events to look forward to at the Pine Rivers Park amphitheatre over the coming months. Among them is the Brisbane International Garden Show, which will be hosted from 8-11 October. The Decades Festival and Christmas in the Park are also planned for later in the year.

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