Country Star James Blundell to Headline Unique Sunset Concert in Redcliffe

James Blundell
James Blundell (Photo supplied)

Music lovers, get ready for an evening like no other! Renowned country music star James Blundell is set to perform an intimate concert aboard the Eye Spy vessel in Redcliffe. 


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Brisbane Whale Watching announced that the exclusive performance will take place on Saturday, 27 July 2024, from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

The unique concert promises to blend Blundell’s soulful melodies with the natural beauty of a Moreton Bay sunset, offering attendees a one-of-a-kind experience. The event will be stationary, with the Eye Spy moored at the Northern Finger of Redcliffe Jetty.

The luxurious Eye Spy (Photo credit: Brisbane Whale Watching/Facebook)

Captain Kerry Lopez, skipper of the Eye Spy, expressed her enthusiasm for the event. “We are beyond excited to welcome James Blundell aboard Eye Spy for this very special performance. His music resonates with the spirit of the ocean and the beauty of our surroundings here in Moreton Bay. This event is not just a concert; it’s an experience that blends the tranquil beauty of the beautiful Redcliffe Peninsula with the heartfelt melodies of an Australian music legend.”

Blundell, known for chart-toppers like “Way Out West” and “This Road,” shared his excitement about the upcoming performance. 

“Performing in such a unique setting, surrounded by the stunning seascape at sunset, is a dream come true. I look forward to sharing this special evening with everyone on board,” Blundell commented.

Photo credit: Brisbane Whale Watching/Facebook

The evening will commence with a complimentary glass of champagne for guests upon arrival. Throughout the three-hour event, attendees will be treated to a selection of gourmet grazing platters while enjoying Blundell’s performance.


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Given the limited capacity of the vessel, organisers are encouraging early ticket purchases. Tickets are now available through the Brisbane Whale Watching website.

Published 10-July-2024