Wednesday 12 February

Mason Hope

Mason Hope


5:30 PM

Maroochy RSL

What can one say about this young man!

2016 saw Mason Hope’s hard work and dedication to establishing a name in the Australian Music industry yield amazing results that he would have only dreamed of a year ago. Starting off with Winning the Voice of Urban Country Music Festival, to taking out pole position at the 2016 Gympie Music Muster Talent search.

The road ahead seems to be very bright for this multi instrumental young man. Already being an accredited level 8 Drum Teacher!

Mason, was a featured vocalist in the 2016 Creative Generations show, televised on channel TEN.

Mason is a national Ambassador for Headspace having joined the Headspace committee at age 11. And is a founding member for Headspace Maroochydore. Mason also regularly presents for Balcony TV Sunshine Coast.

With his recent video/single “Get me to Memphis” being used as a platform for Mason to start his promotion into the Nashville, Tennessee Music industry. Likened to a cross between a young Elvis and Guy Sebastion, Mason has enjoyed performances at The 2016 10th Caloundra Music Festival, Urban Festival, Horizons festival ,Tamworth music festival and support slots with Australia icons Russell Morris Christine Anu, The Black Sorrows, Travis Collins, to name a few.

Sea Fm Sunshine Coast has been a massive supporter of Mason, as well as receiving fantastic support from the Sunshine Coast Media, and Win news and the community. Mason recently featured in a TAFE Queensland add campaign, which saw him on buses and bill boards all over Queensland. With a new album being produced right now with Rob McKay from Pacific International studios, which will be released in the next few months, followed by a music video.

2017 started off with a bang with Mason performing to packed crowds at Tamworth Country Music festival 2017, Mason also performed at the 2017 Byron Bay Bluesfest.

Mason represented Australia at the Trans Tasman Entertainer of the year awards that were held on Norfolk Island in May 2017. AND TOOK OUT THE TITLE TRANS TASMAN ENTERTAINER OF THE YEAR FOR 2017. All this by the age of 17.