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by | May 24, 2022 | Community, Social

Superstar Pete Murray ‘pumped’ for sunset serenade  

Logan City Council’s Kingston Butter Factory (KBF) Cultural Precinct has received a  ringing endorsement from Australian music superstar Pete Murray, ahead of his highly anticipated appearance at the Melting Sunsets music festival next month. 

The So Beautiful singer, who grew up in Queensland and has sold more than 1.2  million albums over his two-decade career, is eagerly anticipating his June 11  performance at the new entertainment venue. 

Pete Murray has received 17 ARIA nominations and has had three albums reach No.1 on the ARIA charts. 

He encouraged his local fans to join him at the KBF Cultural Precinct for a great night  of Australian music. 

“The Kingston Butter Factory looks like an amazing place to play a show.”


“I seriously can’t wait to get on stage there with my band in front of my home state  crowd.” 


“I really feel my band is one of the finest in the country so don’t miss this show as we are all pumped for this one.” 

Melting Sunsets will feature a stellar line up of Australian musical talent, including  The Whitlams, Good Will Remedy and Alex Lloyd. 

Also on the bill is up-and-coming Loganholme songstress Briana Dinsdale, who will  perform tracks from her 2021 debut album, Beginnings

City Lifestyle Chair Councillor Laurie Koranski says Council is thrilled to be  welcoming Australian music royalty to the city’s new, premier entertainment venue. 

“The City of Logan’s multi-million-dollar KBF Cultural Precinct was designed for  performances just like this one so we cannot wait to see the likes of Pete Murray and  The Whitlams take to our great new stage.” 


“Hosting such iconic Australian performers is a milestone moment for live music fans  in our city, who have previously had to travel long distances to see their favourite  artists.”


“I encourage everyone, but particularly Pete Murray’s City of Logan fans, to make the  most of this amazing opportunity.” 

Division 2 Councilor Teresa Lane says the KBF Cultural Precinct is an ideal venue to  enjoy quality Australian music. 

“Where else would you want to be on a Saturday afternoon, other than right here in  our beautiful city, being entertained by some of our country’s finest.” 


“I can’t wait to see City of Logan residents enjoying what will be another fantastic  event at our KBF Cultural Precinct.” 

Melting Sunsets is from 1pm on Saturday, June 11. The festival is a fully licensed,  18+ event. 

Tickets are available on the Logan ARTS website

Tickets holders are entitled to free train travel on Queensland Rail services on the  day, on presentation of their ticket to rail staff. Timetables are available at

The Kingston Butter Factory redevelopment was jointly funded by Logan City  Council, the Queensland Government and the Australian Government. 

Melting Sunsets will be hosted by Jabba Entertainment and Golden Rule, in partnership with Logan City Council. 


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