Come and see Lior perform an intimate sunset concert.

This is a chance to hear acclaimed singer-songwriter Lior in a manner harking back to archetypal ‘salon’ concerts; where the audience and performers share an evening enjoying the connection that only proximity can offer.

Lior burst on to the Australian music scene in 2005 with his stunning debut album ‘Autumn Flow’. Recorded and released entirely independently and spearheaded by ‘This Old Love’ and subsequent singles ‘Daniel’ and ‘Autumn Flow’, the album became one of the most successful independent debuts in Australian history.

A swag of accolades followed, including three ARIA nominations, as well as Triple J’s prestigious ‘J Award’ nomination for Album of the Year. Subsequent releases ‘Corner of an Endless Road’, (2008) and ‘Tumbling into the Dawn’ (2010) were also a huge success, debuting at #2 on the Australian Albums Chart and topping the independent charts for several weeks, as well as earning the gifted songwriter a further three ARIA nominations.

Lior is known for his dynamic and moving performances, which have earned him a reputation as one of Australia’s finest live performers. He is part of a rare breed of artists who have achieved success and critical acclaim, while maintaining an independence and individuality in their craft.


  • Lior
  • Domini Forster (vocals)
  • Brett Hirst (bass)


  • What to Bring: Warm clothing, insect repellent and a picnic blanket / something to sit on.
  • You are invited to BYO picnic and drinks to this performance. A coffee van will also be available at the venue. No glass permitted.
  • Photography is welcomed but we ask that you remain seated during the performance and no flash is to be used.
  • Site opens from 4pm for guided tours of the venue, state heritage listed Bankfoot House.


This project is supported by Sunshine Coast Council’s Arts & Heritage Levy.
Image credit: Carlo Santone

Language No Barrier
This is a music performance.

Companion Cards
Horizon Festival is proud to support the Companion Card program. Companion Card holders are eligible for a second ticket at no cost for their companion.

To access a complimentary companion ticket, please contact our team via

Any other access requirements
We welcome all audiences to Horizon Festival and strive to make every event and performance as accessible as possible.

We are always open to discussing your individual requirements to assist wherever possible. If you’d like to speak to someone about your access requirements, please contact us during business hours at (07) 5475 7272 or

Wheelchair Accessibility
This venue is accessible to people who use wheelchairs. There is a convenient drop off parking bay outside the venue, and allocated accessible parking, which will be clearly marked.

Accessible bathrooms are available on site.

Level Access
This performance will take place in an open-air grassed space, where there is level access. Please note the grassed area is slightly uneven. Horizon Festival staff will be on site to assist where needed.

Low Lighting
This performance will take place on sunset, during a time of low natural lighting. A level of lighting will be provided to assist in moving around the space safely.

Gender-Neutral Bathrooms
All accessible bathrooms are gender-neutral.

Suitable for all ages.

This event is presented as part of Horizon Festival 2023, the Sunshine Coast’s leading multi-arts festival. Get lost in 10 days of must-see art, music, culture events and more, from the coast to the hinterland.

How to get there


Bankfoot House / 1998 Old Gympie Road, Glasshouse Mountains / shared Jinibara and Kabi Kabi Country