Want to check out some really cool bands while supporting a great cause?
Beat the Street is part of the Reconnect program, administered by Intercept Youth and Family Service who have an intervention program working with troubled 12-18 year olds.
Teaming up with Moreton Bay council, a fantastic festival will take place in Caboolture at Centenary Lakes on October 15th showing support for wiping out youth homelessness.
There will be live entertainment and one of the popular bands performing live is New Empire who have recently released their new album and toured with hugely successful American bands Good Charlotte and Simple Plan.
Plenty of stalls will be on offer, hot and cold food, drinks and even a fireworks display.
All this and the entry is free. That's right, no cover charge, not even a donation is required. Free entertainment. Bring some change for snacks.
As well as the usual festival stalls and markets, there will be a couch surfing area where you can sit and hear stories of homeless youth.
Get along and support homeless youth, October 15 at Centenary Lakes, Caboolture because no none should have to sleep on the street a night.