Thursday May 14
Friday May 15
Saturday May 16
Sunday May 17
No way – our festival is for everyone to enjoy! But if you’re looking to score a front row spot for one of our headline acts, we do have a ‘first in, best dressed’ policy.
Just come right in! As we are a non-ticketed event within the open area in the Broadbeach precinct, you can come and go as you please.
There are so many great accommodation options available in Broadbeach or surrounding areas.
Sorry! Sadly, there are no campgrounds located within the festival as the event is located in the heart of an open, CBD area. But don’t worry! There are plenty of accommodation options available, just visit our accommodation page. If you are looking for Gold Coast Camping Grounds go to the Visit Gold Coast website here for all the best options – including information on backpackers and hostels.
You can find all of the Blues on Broadbeach 2020 set times on the free Blues on Broadbeach app or online.
To get your Blues on Broadbeach Music Festival merchandise signed, head to the ‘Onsite Retail’ tent – the one that sells the artist CD’s. Artist signings are after the shows but stay up to date by following our social media. See the Site Map for the location.
Sorry! Unfortunately not. As the Blues on Broadbeach Music Festival is an unlicensed event, alcohol can only be consumed within licensed venues.
Sure! But only in licensed venues. Remember that alcohol cannot be taken out of the licensed venues.
Standard Smoking laws apply, 4 metres away from all buildings including restaurants etc. There is no smoking permitted in pedestrian malls including the Broadbeach Mall.
There are several public toilets located throughout the festival including in The Oasis Shopping Centre and Niecon Plaza as well as in venues.
There are a small amount of seats available at the Broadbeach Mall Stage only. There are also seats available in most indoor venues where artists are playing.
Of course! We will have Security based at each of the stages and roving throughout the festival footprint, supported by a Queensland Police Service team.
All outdoor stages will be going ahead as planned in regards to rain and plus there are 10 indoor venues operating with free live music! We will keep you up to date on our website and Blues on Broadbeach Facebook page if ANYTHING changes. We suggest checking if you aren’t sure but no post means everything is still going ahead!
If the weather is deemed dangerous or risking public safety we will communicate through Facebook and announcements at the festival if a show is to be cancelled.
There sure is! The Blues on Broadbeach Music Festival is situated in the heart of the Broadbeach CBD with plenty of restaurants, cafes, bars, fast food and supermarkets to suit everyone’s taste buds.
Thanks for wanting to get involved! Blues on Broadbeach Music Festival operates in a precinct with a multitude of restaurants, cafes and bars, catering to a variety of needs and cuisines. As a result, additional food vendors are unlikely to be required for this event.
Yes! There are accessible viewing areas throughout the festival that will be signed on the outdoor stages.
A location at the Broadbeach Mall Stage on the Oasis Shopping Centre side of the stage at the top of those stairs,
At the Surf Parade Stage, on the corner of Surf Parade and Queensland avenue also located at side of stage.
For more information, click on the links below:
Please contact venues directly for information on their accessible viewing areas.
We are a family-friendly music event for all ages but please be mindful that some venues may have age restrictions due to licensing.
Yes! Blues on Broadbeach is a family-friendly music event for all ages but there is also the art & craft markets.
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