David Harrison, Thom Moore and Beatrice McBride pose in the back of their truck for #spotifysummer
David Harrison, Thom Moore and Beatrice McBride pose in the back of their truck for #spotifysummer Caitlan Charles

Spotify Summer tour kicks back in the Clarence Valley

SPOTIFY Summer are on tour in the Clarence Valley this weekend, hitting up Maclean, and Minnie Water this afternoon and Wooli Sunday morning.

Thom Moore, who is one third of the travelling trio road tripping down the east coast, said they started their two and a half week tour on Thursday in Brisbane.

But it hasn't been all sunshine and big smiles for the Spotify team, hitting a bad patch of rain just as they crossed the border into NSW.

"I'd say in the rain at in Mullumbimby the other day was pretty tough, it's pretty tough cause you can't control the weather," Thom said.

"But you can bring the vibe where ever you go.

"It was alright, but it was raining, raining, raining so everyone wants to get in and out of their cars, into the shops and then back home."

#SpotifySummer is in the Clarence Valley this weekend.
#SpotifySummer is in the Clarence Valley this weekend. Caitlan Charles

Despite the minor weather hiccups, Thom, Beatrice McBride and David Harrison, were excited about everything the Spotify Summer Tour had to offer.

"We're really enjoying it, it's not every day that you get an opportunity to go up and down the coast and meet all these fantastic people and share the love of music," Thom said.

"At the end of the day, that's what it's really about."

In their whirlwind two and a half week tour, the Spotify team will head all the way down to Geelong.

"Pretty much getting an opportunity to stop at some fantastic surf spots and sometimes inland spots like Bellingen and today, Maclean," Thom said.

"It's also an opportunity to go to some of those more regional places, it's not about whether there are 500 people here, it's about the people who do come along and learning a bit about Spotify, if they didn't know much about it before.

"That was a key insight is that a lot of people didn't realise there was a free version of Spotify, not just Spotify Premium and Spotify Family.

"It's funny though, it really does just come down to meeting people and finding out what music they're listening to."

Thom, Beatrice and David will be in Minnie Water this afternoon and Wooli tomorrow morning before they head off Woolgoolga and Coffs Harbour tomorrow afternoon.

For more information, head to spotifysummer.com.au or check out #spotifysummer to see what other people are doing for their Spotify Summer.



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