The Mapleton Hall stands on the traditional lands of the Jinibara people.

The Mapleton Hall is now 106 years old, believe it or not. Over three acres of land was originally donated by a Mr W.H. Rosser, and is still held securely in Trust. Along with the Hall, the property hosts two tennis courts, a Cottage which is home to the local RSL Branch, and a sportsground! 

The Hall itself is a solid wooden building with wonderful acoustics. 

Festival of Small Halls returns to Mapleton, Sunday, 31 October, 2021 with Darren Hanlon and Kelly Brouhaha. 

Opening the show will be local act Beth Wilkins!

Singer, songwriter and  guitarist, Beth has performed as a solo artist, as part of a duo and is the lead singer of a Sunshine Coast rock band.  As a soloist, her style is easy listening music from all genres, including folk, country, romance, rock and blues from 1960s to 2021. She is a performer who truly loves people, music and performing.

Meals (including Gourmet Hamburgers, German Sausages in a fresh French Roll with Sauerkraut, vegan & vegetarian options) will be available at the Hall from 3pm, catered by Blackall Range Northern Lions Club

Bar Service (wines, beers, water, soft drinks) will be available at the Hall from 3pm, catered by B.R.L.U.P.A.

Tickets are priced at  

Full Admission – $25 

Concession Card Holders – $20  

Click here to purchase tickets. 

A raffle will be available on the night!

Doors Open 3:30PM 

Show Starts 4:00PM 

Mapleton Hall is accessible for wheelchair users and has an accessible toilet facility, as well as gendered toilet facilities. 

This show is supported by Cr.David Law.

Festival of Small Halls events take place in venues operating under an approved Queensland Health Covid Safe Event Checklist, and has stringent Workplace Health and Safety requirements for all travelling artists and crew. Under the terms and conditions of all events, you must not attend if you have any symptoms of Covid-19. 

Please do your bit to protect others and keep your community safe. 

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