Get ready to laugh out loud for a FREE night of comedy, with some of Australia’s most well-known comedians! On Saturday 25th June, Caboolture Town Square will come alive (and bursts of laughter) from 4pm – 8pm when Caboolture Festival presents Open Air Comedy Night, featuring one of Australia’s most successful and accomplished comics...
Open Air Comedy Night features special guest host, Stav Davidson, and live music throughout the evening! If laughter and live music wasn’t enough, this event will also feature a pop-up bar with locally brewed craft beers and a range of food trucks!
Harley Breen is a popular, award-winning comedian, TV host and radio personality who has won over a legion of fans across the globe with his accessible and relatable stories and style.
Harley appears regularly on TV shows including Hughesy, We Have A Problem (TEN), The Project (TEN), Best Bits (SEVEN), It's A Date (ABC) and Celebrity Family Feud (TEN).
Consistently unpredictable, Harley projects the immediately recognisable and relatable image of the unpretentious Aussie male. Harley doesn't just use his instant likeability as a platform to deliver solid, topical material, he also gets beneath the nature of things to create a true bond with all his audience and deliver an experience that will be talked about long after the gig is over.
Dave Eastgate is an actor, stand-up comedian, writer and musician who lives in Sydney, Australia. He starred in the ABC/BBC/Comedy Central US smash hit, Ronnie Chieng: International Student and was nominated for a Logie Award for his portrayal of a cancer patient in Channel 9’s critically acclaimed drama series, Doctor Doctor.
Stand-up comedy remains Dave’s staple as he tours extensively around Australia and internationally in NZ, UK, US, Singapore and even in the Middle East for the Australian Defence Force. Dave shared the stage with Academy Award Winner, Robin Williams during his Australian tour and considers it a career highlight. Other highlights include playing sold out shows at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival & performing at the UK’s biggest heavy metal festival ‘Download’.
Singaporean-born Ting Lim is a beloved favourite on the Brisbane comedy scene. With an easy charm, her darkly intelligent observations about life and human nature have made her rising star in Australian comedy.
Bursting onto the scene in 2009, she was handpicked to represent Queensland in the prestigious RAW national comedy finals. Her momentum never faltered and she, once again, represented her home state in the coveted "Green Faces" national competition in the same year. She quickly became a regular at the Sit Down Comedy Club and has performed all over Australia and Singapore, supporting the likes of Jimeoin, Matt Okine and more.
Daring, razor-sharp and infectious, Ting is a true up-and-comer - follow this journey as it's nowhere near done yet!
Bron is a Brisbane based comic, who is desperately trying to shed her Melbourne skivvie collection to fit in up here. She shifted careers from being a highschool teacher to a stand up comedian when she realised the money was worse and the audience could swear at her more. She has three kids - one an infamous COVID baby - and she accepts rent from them in the currency of singular socks and eye-rolls. As you can tell, she only makes the most questionable of decisions, but she does them with a confused smile and dry wit.
Bron is a four-time winner of the internationally acclaimed The Moth Storytelling Night, and she is set to take the stage for the Grand Slam in Melbourne. Her love for storytelling brought her to comedy, where she has delighted in combining the two.
Emma Zammit began her standup comedy career in early 2008 after her sister decided it was time to move her one liners out of the lounge room and enrolled her in a standup comedy writing course for the sake of family harmony.
After graduation, she was inspired to work the hard yards and tighten her comedy antics in Sydney and Perth and she has never looked back.
Emma’s relaxed and relatable style has been a hit with audiences in comedy clubs and at corporate functions. Her musings on parenthood, people and everyday life make her a highly entertaining performer.
Born and raised in India, Sandeep Totlani is a pizza eating competition winner and a trained dentist (because some stereotypes are good). Sandeep discovered Stand-up comedy by accident when he watched Russell Peters on YouTube and entered Australia’s prestigious RAW comedy competition while on a student visa. Since then he has fallen in love with all things funny and been a regular at Australian Comedy venues.
Juggling between the Indian and Western culture, Sandeep has performed comedy in 3 languages on some of the biggest stages across Australia and India supporting big time local and International acts
Stav grew up in Glasgow in the suburb of Tory Glen (think Trainspotting without the comedy). His whole family moved to Australia when he was young and Stav started his career as a stand-up comedian in 2000 when he entered the Raw Comedy Competition.
He stumbled into the national final and within four weeks was facing an audience of 1500 people.
From then on, comedy became his currency. He admits that his transition from stand-up comic to radio announcer was a bit of an accident. He was doing his stand-up and attempting life as a barista when he was tapped on the shoulder to try out the microphone at B105, and the rest, as they say, is history.
Food trucks and stalls TBC
The content for the Open Air Comedy Night will be classified as PG. PG-rated content is not recommended for people under the age of 15, however this is ultimately up to the opinion from parents or guardians. Though not recommended, Children under the age of 15 are still able to attend this event under the guidance of a parent or guardian.
Parking for this event will be in the multi-storey car park adjacent to the Caboolture Hub Library, accessible from Hasking Street in Caboolture.