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FISHER's Surprise Encore: An Epic Night at Kirra Beach Hotel

FISHER's Surprise Encore: An Epic Night at Kirra Beach House

Discover what happens when Grammy nominee FISHER decides to join his mates on the decks for an unexpected performance at the Kirra Beach House

Just when it seemed the party was ending, FISHER declared, “hold my Hard FIZZ!” Merely 24 hours after destroying the decks at the Out2Lunch festival in front of over 30,000 fans, this Grammy nominee surprised a small group of pub goers by performing again.

There he was, relaxing with friends at the Kirra Beach House, likely still fizzing from the night before. He came to support fellow Hard FIZZ owners, Rich Penny and Adam Bennetts, who were DJ’ing. A quiet night? Hardly.

The moment the crowd spotted him, they began to chant. Who could ignore a room full of fans chanting their name? Not FISHER! He rose to the occasion, and an impromptu set ensued, driving the crowd wild, and even crowd surfing across the room. Talk about delivering what the fans want!

FISHER's Surprise Encore: An Epic Night at Kirra Beach Hotel

“The excitement in that pub was insane,” he laughed. “I loved it. I was still riding the high from the previous night’s festival and didn’t want it to end. My friends, Rich and Adam, were spinning at the official Out2Lunch afterparty at Kirra Beach. So, I thought, ‘sure, I’ll join’.”

“Next thing, everyone’s going nuts when I walked in, so what do you do? You give ‘em what they want, that’s what. Fisher Said.

Watch Fisher unleash below, PS rumours are now circulating that Out2Lunch, might just make a return in 2025…

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Owen George

Editor & Chief of Gold Coast Magazine is a lover of great coffee and sharing the stories of the people, places, and events that make the Gold Coast such a great city

FISHER's Surprise Encore: An Epic Night at Kirra Beach Hotel

FISHER's Surprise Encore: An Epic Night at Kirra Beach House

Discover what happens when Grammy nominee FISHER decides to join his mates on the decks for an unexpected performance at the Kirra Beach House

Just when it seemed the party was ending, FISHER declared, “hold my Hard FIZZ!” Merely 24 hours after destroying the decks at the Out2Lunch festival in front of over 30,000 fans, this Grammy nominee surprised a small group of pub goers by performing again.

There he was, relaxing with friends at the Kirra Beach House, likely still fizzing from the night before. He came to support fellow Hard FIZZ owners, Rich Penny and Adam Bennetts, who were DJ’ing. A quiet night? Hardly.

The moment the crowd spotted him, they began to chant. Who could ignore a room full of fans chanting their name? Not FISHER! He rose to the occasion, and an impromptu set ensued, driving the crowd wild, and even crowd surfing across the room. Talk about delivering what the fans want!

FISHER's Surprise Encore: An Epic Night at Kirra Beach Hotel

“The excitement in that pub was insane,” he laughed. “I loved it. I was still riding the high from the previous night’s festival and didn’t want it to end. My friends, Rich and Adam, were spinning at the official Out2Lunch afterparty at Kirra Beach. So, I thought, ‘sure, I’ll join’.”

“Next thing, everyone’s going nuts when I walked in, so what do you do? You give ‘em what they want, that’s what. Fisher Said.

Watch Fisher unleash below, PS rumours are now circulating that Out2Lunch, might just make a return in 2025…

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Owen George

Editor & Chief of Gold Coast Magazine is a lover of great coffee and sharing the stories of the people, places, and events that make the Gold Coast such a great city