Captain Cook 1770 Festival musical line-up is a must see

HEADLINE ACT: Cleveland Blues will bring their groove to Seventeen Seventy this weekend.
HEADLINE ACT: Cleveland Blues will bring their groove to Seventeen Seventy this weekend.

SEVENTEEN Seventy will be bursting with music, art, food and history this weekend as the region celebrates the annual Captain Cook 1770 Festival.

Jack and the Bom, Cleveland Blues, Thunderbirds, Quatro and Hoozzatt? Entertainers make up the musical line-up, while fire twirlers, fireworks and art auctions are also part of a jam-packed program for the two-day event.

Rockhampton band Thunderbirds will play from 9-10.30pm on Saturday night.

"We've been playing in CQ for years and we play at Agnes every year," drummer and lead singer Peter Daley said.

Sunshine Coast duo Cleveland Blues will hit the main stage at 7.15pm and are set to deliver some upbeat original blues tunes.

Quatro, a band of four university students who formed in high school, will grace the stage at 11am and 1pm on Sunday.

Cosmic String Theory will play at 2.45pm on Sunday.

Entry is $10 for adults, $5 for 12- to 18-year-olds free for kids under 12.

Visit http://www.1770festival.com.au/ticket-sales to purchase a ticket.



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