“The Jazz Sessions” - a monthly jazz event on the Sunshine Coast

Robyn Brown sings at 'The Jazz Sessions'
Robyn Brown sings at 'The Jazz Sessions'

The Sunshine Coast is a great place to live, beautiful weather, golden beaches, rolling green hills, great cafes, delicious local produce… but one thing the Sunshine Coast has never seemed to get right is providing venues for those who enjoy quality entertainment in a sophisticated environment.

Until now. Recently the Robyn Brown Jazz Quartet performed a sell out show in the gorgeous Bison Bar in Nambour. Having only recently opened in December, this still relatively unheard of venue was a hit with the audience - the classic lounges, art deco surrounds, low lighting, baby-grand piano, table-service cocktails and great music was the perfect combination for a great evening out.

Punters travelled from as far as Gympie and Brisbane to enjoy the music in such a great venue. For the music lovers, being able to enjoy quality music in a cosy, intimate setting was a rare treat and something they all overwhelmingly asked for more of.

To meet the demand, Sassy Jazz is hosting a jazz afternoon, "The Jazz Sessions" at The Bison Bar on the last Sunday of every month.

Utilising local, national and international artists, you will be able to experience amazing musicianship, smooth jazz, soulful blues, luscious latin and many explorations of music across the jazz genre in this gorgeous, elegant venue.

For a $15 door fee, you can experience world-class entertainment in an intimate setting right here on the Sunshine Coast.

Each event has sold out so we encourage you to book your tickets early to be guaranteed of a seat.

What: "The Jazz Sessions"

When: the last Sunday of each month (except for December)

Time: 3pm to 6pm

Where: The Bison Bar, C-Square courtyard, 52-64 Currie St, Nambour

Contact: Robyn Brown 0403 152 397,

Topics:  jazz sunshine coast

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