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Manly Hosts Keys to the City

Manly Harbour Village, QLD: On the 19th July from 9:30am – 12:20pm, the Manly Creative Markets at Little Bayside Park, Manly will play host to the QLD Music Festival project “Keys to the City”. A project that will see Roland digital pianos being placed in different locations around the Manly Creative Markets, so that passers-by and market stall holders, both professional and amateur, can have a chance play.

With a special celebrity guest performer earmarked to play on the day, this event will surprise and delight audiences that make their way to the markets.

Keys to the City is open to everyone from young or old, beginner or virtuoso, solo performers of ensembles of any kind – all you need is a love of music and willingness to share it with everyone around you. Anyone can walk-up to an empty piano and start playing, or you can book in your performance online now.

Manly Harbour Village and the Manly Creative Markets are excited to be a part of this wonderful musical initiative and invite anyone with a love of music to come on down and play with us!

When: Sunday, 19th July 2015 from 9:30am – 12:20pm
Location: Manly Creative Markets, Little Bayside Park, Manly Harbour Village
Contacts: Lauren Neilson – Precinct Coordinator
Phone: 07 3393 5130
Website: http://qmf.org.au/whats-on/keys-to-the-city/