Mumm in the Moonlight Symphony - ALMOST SOLD OUT - 21 tickets left

6:30pm–9:00pm 12 Aug
Russell Family Park, Montville

Join the Sunshine Coast Symphony Orchestra as they perform under a full moon in a magical clear roofed marquee that will ensure you enjoy this spectacular evening. Happy 50th birthday to the orchestra!

  • Marquee with clear roof and walls with sturdy comfortable chairs
  • More than 100 musicians on stage with full technical sound and lighting support
  • Original compositions from The Rangebow Children's Orchestra, plus classic favourites
Sunshine Coast Symphony Orchestra

If it rains, and we pray that it won't, it simply means sparkling, glittering magic overhead while you are comfortably seated and completely dry - unless you would like a glass of Sparkling Mumm or a Sunshine & Sons cocktail from the bar.

You are welcome to bring snacks and responsibly take any litter home and dispose of it there.

This event is wet-weather prepared so you can relax and enjoy; festival seating, so be early to get a great seat.

6.30pm – 7.00pm

Enjoy compositions from emerging youth artists from across The Range, supported by world renowned chamber orchestra Topology.

7.15pm – 7.30pm

The Rangebow Children’s Orchestra will be premiering original compositions with the Sunshine Coast Symphony Orchestra. An astonishing orchestral arrangement of 100 musicians!

7.30pm – 9.00pm

The evening will close with a performance by the Sunshine Coast Symphony Orchestra, with a program with popular appeal:

Hoe-Down from Rodeo / Copland

Schindlers List / J Williams

West Side Story Suite / Bernstein

Strike up the Band / Gershwin

Phantom of the Opera medley / Webber

A Tribute to Irving Berlin / Bruce Healey

The Pink Panther Theme / Mancini

Star Wars (Suite for Orch) / J Williams

76 Trombones from The Music Man / Meredith Willson

Dam busters March / Eric Coates

Doctor Zhivago Lara’s Theme / M Jarre

Salute to the Cinema / Stroman

Gabriel’s Oboe from the Mission / Morricone

Pirates of the Caribbean / K Badelt

Sunshine Coast Symphony Orchestra

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We acknowledge the Jinibara people and the Gubbi Gubbi people, the traditional custodians of the different areas of country on which The Rangebow Festival takes place and we pay our respects to indigenous elders, past, present and emerging.