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Live at Bond 2019 kicks off this weekend with Sunday session party featuring Electrik Lemonade

Bring your dancing shoes and get ready for the funk to drop as Bond University’s free concert program kicks off with local favourites and merry band of funklords, Electrik Lemonade, this Sunday 13th January.

They have been aired on Sunrise, The Project, Toasted TV and had airplay in Europe, Asia, North America and throughout Australia, as well as headlining festivals including BIGSOUND, Caloundra Music Festival, Wintermoon and Jungle Love. 

Nominated a finalist for the National Music Awards ‚Äėbest live music‚Äô category alongside The Cat Empire gives a hint at what an amazing live shows these local boys put on.

Come on down to the ADCO Amphitheatre at Bond University and enjoy a summer Sunday session of free live music from 5pm, starting off with support act First Beige, a retro-funk six piece from Brisbane. 

Barraca Portuguese street grill, drinks and snacks are available for purchase. The event is suitable for all ages and free parking is available on site at Bond. 

Check out the Live at Bond Facebook page for more info.

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