Redcliffe’s biggest street party

Redcliffe Parade will come alive on Saturday 9 September for this years Jetty Fiesta.

This free event will feature stage entertainment, spectacular light displays, Mariachi Bands, beach performances, fire-twirling and a few extra surprises! PLUS the biggest fireworks display ever seen in the Moreton Bay Region exploding from the Redcliffe Jetty.

Wander through the twilight markets and food stalls or enjoy dinner at a local restaurant soaking up the cool beach style atmosphere. There is something for everyone at this year’s Jetty Fiesta!

 

Event Details

Date: Saturday, 9 September 2017
Time: 3pm – 9pm
Location: Redcliffe Parade, Redcliffe
FREE EVENT

Peninsula Private Hospital Main Stage

The Peninsula Private Hospital Main Stage has become famous for showcasing amazing entertainment.

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Quest Community News Fireworks

Don’t miss the biggest Quest Community News Fireworks display ever seen in the Moreton Bay Region when it ignites the sky and the Peninsula’s most recognisable landmark – the Redcliffe Jetty.

From 8.00pm

Light Installations

Redcliffe Parade will come alive with colour, featuring spectacular light displays, laser and neon lights.

*Please be aware that theatrical smoke and flickering light effects are used in this production

Bay of Boats

This year, the Festival is inviting local vessel owners to become part of the event by participating in the ‘Bay of Boats’ initiative. Bay of Boats will activate and light the bay as anchored spectators have the opportunity to watch the iconic laser show and fireworks spectacular from the comfort of their own vessel. Vessels are encouraged to anchor in the water in the area around the Redcliffe Jetty between 3pm-9pm. Registered vessels will be asked to decorate their boat with fairy and solar lights, as part of the “Best Dressed Boat” competition. Learn more and apply below.

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Location

Redcliffe Parade

Redcliffe Parade

Redcliffe Parade, Redcliffe QLD 4020
Saturday 12 September 2015, 3pm-9pm

WARNING: Laser and/or strobe lights, hazers and foggers are used during this performance.

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