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Surf culture classic with Tahitian touch

Surf music legend Pico kicks off his Morning Sun Tour at the Coolum Civic Centre on Saturday, May 23. Photo: Shine Photography
Surf music legend Pico kicks off his Morning Sun Tour at the Coolum Civic Centre on Saturday, May 23. Photo: Shine Photography

In a huge celebration of surf culture, Pico is launching his latest album, Morning Sun, at the Coolum Civic Centre on Saturday, May 23.

Alongside the performance by this major talent in the surf music world, iconic filmmaker Kim Bonython will be presenting his Big Wave cult film classic, Blackwater, filmed in Hawaii and Tahiti, along with some new, previously unseen footage.

The first 200 people through the door will receive free copies of the most recent Surfing World magazine which features Pico and his Morning Sun album on the cover, which comes with a free CD.

This is a night not to be missed by anyone from the surf scene and by anyone who wants to learn about it.

Pico also has a solo show at The Tonic Lounge – Sol Bar, Caloundra on Saturday, June 6.


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