Noosa jazz


Welcome to Cafe Le Monde’s Noosa Jazz Party 2017  

We have an outstanding line up at Cafe Le Monde this year for all of you jazz enthusiasts as part of the Noosa Jazz Party in association with the Noosa Heads Jazz Club. Featuring 9 jazz acts and over 20 jazz musicians, this years line up is the biggest yet and we are looking forward to a great jazz filled weekend with you all!

Shows are free excluding Sat 2nd dinner show. For dinner shows from 5pm table boookings are recommended. all other shows are walk in only.

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Jazz Saturday Night - Ant Aggs Organisation Feat Elly Hoyt / Hummin - Dinner & Show Admission $75
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Jazz Saturday Night - Ant Aggs Organisation Feat Elly Hoyt / Hummin - General Admission (a la carte dining) $20
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The Lava Lamps – 31/8/17 • 6:30 pm FREE

Silky grooves from funky soul sauce to frothy beer jazz the Lava Lamps will have you dancing, swooning, spiralling and jumping. From twists on known tunes to momentary creations of fresh original grooves, Lava Lamps keep you engaged with curves, angles and reflections offering unprocessed organic music.


Jazz Party Jam Session – 1/9/17 • 1 pm FREE

An impromptu 8 piece comprising of a line up of ‘your favourite’ Jazz musicians. This is a one time only special line up of well-established artists – Geoff Bull (Tpt) Harry Price (Tbn) Brad Child (Rds) P.Furniss (Rds) Bob Sedergreen (Pno) Mark Elton (Bs) Anthony Howe (Drums) Dave Burrows (Gtr).

Nigel Date – 1/9/17 • 3 pm FREE

A freelance professional guitarist based in Sydney, Nigel Date has more than 30 years playing experience. Working with many of Australia’s best jazz musicians. This is a chance to get up close and personal.

Out Of Abingdon – 1/9/17 • 5 pm FREE

Warwick Hargreaves – Guitar / Vocals
Tina Fullerton – Double Bass / Vocals

From a passionate desire to make raw beautiful music that grooves and delights, OUT of ABINGDON have built a unique sound that draws from influences including Stevie Ray Vaughan, Grant Green, Bjork & Nina Simone. Their understated elegance draws the listener in …. OUT of ABINGDON toured the UK and Europe in 2011 & 2012 playing shows in London, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Paris and Berlin and have played over 600 gigs together in the last 6 years, at festivals including the Edinburgh Fringe, Brisbane International Jazz, Noosa Jazz and the Gold Coast Folk, Gulgong Folk & Neurum Creek Music Festivals to clubs, bars, cafes, private and corporate functions in Brisbane and East Coast Australia.
They have independently recorded & released three albums.
Their debut ‘Journeys’ in 2011, recorded in the beautiful acoustics of a bluestone church in country Victoria.


Jazz Party Jam Session – 2/9/17 • 1 pm FREE

An impromptu 8 piece comprising of a line up of ‘your favourite’ Jazz musicians. This is a one time only special line up of well-established artists – Simon Stribling (Tpt) Ashley Gaudion (Rds) Chris Ludowyk (Tbn) Jo Bloomfield (Pno) James Clark (Bs) Laurie Lyster (Drums) Peter Hooper (Bjo, Juliarna (Voc)

Nigel Date – 2/9/17 • 3 pm FREE

The Ant Aggs Organisation feat. Elly Hoyt – 2/9/17 • 5:30 pm *tickets available through website

Ant Aggs Organization –

The Ant Aggs Organisation is led by producer / composer / pianist Ant Aggs. Ant has performed in over 25 countries with the likes ofXavier Rudd, Toni Childs, Tim Finn and many others. He recently completed a 46 show tour in 54 days across 15 countries with Xavier Rudd. Joining him on the night is one of Australia’s hottest rhythm sections consisting of – Shannon Sol Carroll, Oj Newcomb and Max Sportelli along with award winning jazz vocalist Elly Hoyt.

Elly Hoyt

Winning the renowned Generation in Jazz vocal scholarship, judged by James Morrison in 2008, projected Elly into the Australian jazz scene where she has sung alongside a long list of top Australian and international jazz musicians and vocalists such as, James Morrison, Tim Firth, Phil Stack, Matt McMahon, John Morrison, Steve Newcomb, Mat Jodrell, Chris McNulty, Jim Pugh, John Hoffman, James Muller, Sam Anning, Tony Gould, David Jones, Mark Fitzgibbon to name a few.

James Morrison: “From the moment I first heard Elly sing, I knew she had that classic, indefinable thing that makes one a jazz singer. It’s not just a sound, or a choice of notes but a way of approaching a song that lets the listener know – this is the real thing”.

Elly has sung her way around the country performing at the Melbourne Women’s International Jazz Festival (VIC), Magnetic Island Jazz Festival (QLD), Broadbeach Blends of Jazz Festival (QLD), Generations in Jazz (S.A), Rockhampton Big River Jazz Festival (QLD), Thredbo Jazz Festival (NSW), Clarence Jazz Festival (TAS), Noosa Jazz Festival (QLD) and the Devonport Jazz Festival (TAS). Most notably, Elly made a trip to China in 2010 where she performed at the Shanghai World Expo, Australian Pavilion.

In late 2010, Elly launched her debut self-titled album featuring sensational original works and sophisticated arrangements of standard jazz tunes, backed by a Stella cast of seasoned professionals, including: Phil Stack, Tim Firth, Matt McMahon, James Sherlock and John Hoffman. The album won an Australian Jazz Bell Award in 2011 in the category of Best Australian Jazz Vocal Album.

Shortly after winning the Bell award in 2011, Elly was accepted into Stanford Workshop where she studied songwriting with Gretchen Parlato, Rebecca Martin and Becca Stevens and performed in Stanford, California and New York.

John Hoffman: “She is a brilliant young musician who is already singing like someone beyond her years… I feel that Elly has a very sensitive spirit-an artistic sensitivity that not everyone has. It’s rare.”

The album, Elly Hoyt, is a heavily anticipated sample of the smooth and freshly inspiring tones of a new and important vocalist of the Australian jazz scene.

“She sounds as if she belongs in a jazz bar in Manhattan”
– Stephen Matchett (The Australian)


The Hummin’ – 2/9/17 • 8 pm

A group featuring the songwriter (Peter Hunt) and members from the world beat group Kooii and expanding on that vibration of soul-song, reggae, African and jazz.


The Brookes Street Grind (trio)- 3/9/17 • 1 pm FREE

The Brookes St Grind are a fresh jazz quintet from JMI in Brisbane, influenced heavily by the Art Blakey hard bop style. The BSG all study and perform together regularly in different ensembles and styles around Brisbane.

Dining Specials

We have some great dining deals for you to take advantage of whilst enjoying the jazz –

$55 2 course menu with wine/sparkling/beer 

Lunch 12pm – 4pm & Dinner 5pm – 8pm daily.

Choose from –


½ dozen fresh shucked oysters with merlot mignonette

Applewood smoked lamb ribs with soy and tamarind

Noosa Reds tomato salad , buffalo mozzarella , aged balsamic



quinoa, avocado, edamame & watercress salad w/ soy & ginger vinaigrette


rice noodle, papaya, chilli, coriander, mint, toasted macadamia & hoi sin dressing


goats curd, sage burnt butter, cavolo nero, crushed amaretti


COOL WOODS NV Sparkling – Adelaide Hills, SA

BLOCK 50 Pinto Grigio 2014 – Central Ranges, Orange, NSW

BLOCK 50 Shiraz 2014 – Central Ranges, Orange, NSW

Stone & Wood Pacific Ale – Schooner

xxxx Gold  – Schooner

Oysters & Mountadam Sparkling

12pm – 8pm daily.

1/2 dozen fresh shucked oysters & a glass of Mountadam Sparkling $24

1 dozen fresh shucked oysters & a glass of Mountadam Sparkling $48

$10 Bar Menu

4pm – 5pm daily.

Loaded fries / Cape Byron Beef Burger /Hand Cut Sweet Potato Fries / Chicken Popcorn / Chilli Salt Calamari / Asian Slaw Tacos / Pulled Pork Tacos / Salmon Lettuce Tacos / Flat Bread