Blues blast is back at Broadbeach
Music, food and fun times return with Gold Coast festival.
The multi-award-winning Blues on Broadbeach returns this year with a stellar line-up of talent.
Performers include Grammy Award-winning Aussie rock legends Wolfmother, critically acclaimed Christine Anu, blues icon C.W. Stoneking and Kiwi roots-reggae outfit The Black Seeds.
Festival Director Mark Duckworth said he was looking forward to the return of live music to the Gold Coast on 20-23 May.
“It was fantastic news for the Blues on Broadbeach’s COVID-safe plan to be given the tick of approval, as the planning for 2021 has been a totally new experience for us," Mr Duckworth said.
"We had so much support from the fans and artists to keep at it. I know it’s going to be a special event.”
The park stages will be enclosed with daily check-in and wrist banding required before entry.
Park stages will have limited seating available, food and licensed bar areas and a specific entry and exit.
The Dine & Watch precincts will see restaurants and bars extending onto Surf Parade and Oracle Boulevard. Check-in and other requirements will be specific to each venue’s COVID plan.
Blue on Broadbeach is one of largest free music events in Australia, delivering more than 200 hours of entertainment in locations throughout Broadbeach’s streets, parks, bars and restaurants.
Visitors can stay in the heart of Broadbeach and enjoy the festival on their doorstep.
Accommodation options in the precinct range from five-star hotels to self-contained apartments.