ARIA award-winning band Lime Cordiale will tour the new Kingston Butter Factory Cultural Precinct later this week.
Oli and Louis Leimbach from Lime Cordiale will meet with City of Logan Mayor Darren Power at the venue, ahead of their scheduled concert there on Sunday, May 8.
Sydney-based pop rock group Lime Cordiale, formed in 2009 and consists of the Leimbach brothers, as well as additional touring members.
The band released their debut studio album Permanent Vacation in 2017.
At the 2020 ARIA Music Awards, Lime Cordiale were nominated in eight categories and won Breakthrough Artist – Release for their second album, 14 Steps to a Better You.
Lime Cordiale’s concert on the new outdoor stage at the Kingston Butter Factory Cultural Precinct forms part of the chart-topping band’s annual travelling festival The Squeeze.
The festival line-up will also include Thelma Plum, Client Liaison, The VANNS, Teenage Dads and Merci, Mercy.
Logan City Council is in the final stages of transforming the historic Kingston Butter Factory into a world-class community precinct for arts, culture and entertainment.