BAM! It's back. Held once a month, the spectacle at Beach Arts Music never fails to impress.

Parked wherever they could, children, teens, parents and seniors gathered to pitch their own spot on the grass at Tannum Sands on Saturday.

With food vans galore and treasures waiting to be bought, no one really went home empty handed.

Live music was on show and like every BAM held in Tannum, it was a major hit with the locals.

"I come to BAM every time it's on and I take my husband, friends and even workmates," Kerrie Lisle said.

"We normally come around 4.30 in the afternoon and probably leave around 7.30; then it's dinner at the surf club."

"It's great to support locals and having a fun at the same time."



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