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This year marks the thirtieth in which eager competitors from all over the state and even from New Zealand come to compete in the Quota International Beenleigh Logan City Eisteddfod. To mark the auspicious event, the not-for-profit group are holding an anniversay concert on October 9th at Logan Entertainment Centre.
The variety show will be packed with performances from winning dancers, singers, musicians and actors of all ages. It's sure to be a hit with families who enjoy good performances from talented young people. Aside from gifted solo performers, you'll also be treated to big numbers from groups like Beenleigh State High Symphonic Band, John Paul Big Band, Loganlea State High Musical Theatre, Eagleby State School Choir and more.
Quota is a group of community minded people who get together to have fun while helping those in need locally and internationally. They first started the Eisteddfod in 1986 and it has now grown to be one the their foremost fundraising activities. It also gives young performers the chance to have experience on stage and gain valuable feedback from industry professionals.
Past competitors have gone on to be major players in the arts industry, appearing on TV, in film and on radio. So if you'd like to see the next crop of amazing talent to hit the stage before they get really famous, bring the whole family down to LEC for an unforgettable event.
To avoid disappointment, it is advisable to grab your tickets from Logan Entertainment Centre prior to the day by calling 07 3412 4470.