Blues on Broadbeach presents the Kurrawa Park Sunday Ticket, with Fat Freddy's Drop, Tijuana Cartel, BOOMCHILD plus guests

BLUES ON BROADBEACH JUST GOT EVEN BIGGER!

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For the first time ever, Blues on Broadbeach 2024 introduced the Kurrawa Park Sunday Ticket, which welcomed a special lineup exclusive to ticket holders.

 

In 2024, New Zealand electronic-reggae-soul pioneers Fat Freddy’s Drop performed their only Australian show of the year, alongside local world music innovators Tijuana Cartel and eclectic creatives BOOMCHILD.

 

The Kurrawa Park Sunday Ticket is a big addition to an already massive Sunday program running on other stages and venues throughout Broadbeach.

TUESDAY 27 FEBRUARY PRESALE SIGNUP FORM

Gain entry into Kurrawa Park on Sunday 19 May to see the exclusive lineup featuring Fat Freddy’s Drop, Tijuana Cartel, BOOMCHILD and guests!

 

Tickets available at $119 + booking fee (total $124.20).

Kurrawa Park Sunday VIP ticket holders will receive:

  • VIP Express Entry
  • VIP Bar and Garden Viewing Area in prime viewing of the stage
  • Premium drinks available for purchase
  • VIP Toilets

VIP Tickets available at $189 + booking fee (total $195.60).

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The regular non-ticketed programming will continue on all outdoor stages and venues throughout Broadbeach on Sunday 19 May and it’s going to be massive! 

 

The Kurrawa Park Sunday Ticket is an additional festival experience on top of everything you’re used to seeing at Blues on Broadbeach!

Fat Freddy’s Drop, Tijuana Cartel and BOOMCHILD join an already stacked first lineup that includes the likes of Melissa Etheridge, Samantha Fish & Jesse Dayton, and more who will still be performing on non-ticketed stages. 

 

We’ve also got plenty more epic blues acts still to be announced!

With a stacked program in Kurrawa Park and throughout the Broadbeach precinct on Sunday 19 May, we don’t want you to miss a second of the action! 

 

Regardless of ticket type, pass-outs will be available so you can enter and exit as you please and get the best of both worlds. 

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KURRAWA PARK SUNDAY TICKET FAQs

Gates will open from 12pm on Sunday 19 May. Please ensure you bring valid photo ID and your Kurrawa Park Sunday Ticket ready for scanning.

Please ensure you bring valid photo ID. Examples of valid photo IDs can be found in the Conditions of Entry.

The Kurrawa Park Sunday Ticket program will take place in an outdoor, uncovered area. If it is deemed safe for our artists, team and of course you, our valued festival goers, the show will still go on if it’s raining. Should inclement weather be experienced all updates will be provided on the Blues on Broadbeach Facebook, Instagram and via our festival website and app.

No, BYO alcohol will not be allowed to be brought inside Kurrawa Park. A bar will be available inside and the entire park area will be licensed. Please note, drinking alcohol in a public place (unless licensed and signed) including roads, footpaths, parks and beaches is prohibited in Queensland under the Liquor Act 1992.

Yes! On Sunday 19 May, Kurrawa Park will be fenced off and the entire area will be licensed. Please note, drinking alcohol in a public place (unless licensed and signed) including roads, footpaths, parks and beaches is prohibited in Queensland under the Liquor Act 1992.

Basic camping chairs with a back no higher than 100cm are allowed into the Kurrawa Park gated area, no steel framed folding chairs, deck chairs or reclining chairs will be permitted. At a certain time those wanting to still use a chair will be directed to relocate to a designated area so we can ensure we’re providing a safe environment for everyone.

 

Our team reserve the right to have all persons, bags and belongings searched at the time of entry to the event. Please ensure your bag is no bigger than an A4 size. 

 

A list of prohibited items can be found within the Conditions of Entry.

Yes, food and any sealed non-alcoholic drinks can be brought in. We love our environment and encourage you to bring your own empty bottle (BYOB) so you can use the water fountains inside the gated area to refill bottles.

Yes, there will be a designated smoke and e-cigarette area within Kurrawa Park.

No, there won’t be, so we encourage you bring only what you absolutely need.

All tickets will be sent directly to your email address. If you can’t find your ticket, please email our team at [email protected] prior to the day or visit Festival Info & Merchandise during the festival.

If your plans change, you can request a refund from Oztix. All refunds are provided at the discretion of the event organisers and are assessed on a case-by-case basis.

Tixel is the only authorised re-sale ticket platform for the Kurrawa Park Sunday Ticket and is the official re-sale facility of Oztix. Tixel’s technology scans all tickets to ensure they are legitimate before they are listed for sale on Tixel. Also, all sales are capped, so scalpers, touts and price-gouging is a thing of the past! For more information, click here.

 

Please be aware that tickets sold on other platforms will not be accepted, please do not use any other site to purchase second-hand tickets.

As your ticket will have your name and details linked, we strongly encourage you do a private re-sell on Tixel to your friend so the details of your ticket are updated. To list a private re-sell on Tixel, follow the instructions below:

  1. Choose how you would like to list your ticket here
  2. Once you select the ticket, you can choose the price you want to sell the ticket for by adjusting the price slider.
  3. On the “Details” page, you can make the listing private through the toggle on the bottom right.
  4. Copy and share your unique private listing link with your friend or new buyer.

We strongly encourage you to re-sell your ticket on Tixel if you cannot make the event. Tixel requires you to upload your ticket, and Oztix will verify the validity of the ticket before allowing it to be resold.

 

Please note, the original purchaser will continue to bear the cost of the ticket until it is sold. Once sold, Oztix will cancel the original ticket and issue the new ticket holder a ticket in their name. Follow the below instruction on how to list your ticket on Tixel:

  1. Upload your ticket/s to Tixel – this can be done by uploading your PDF ticket (attached to your confirmation email)
  2. Identify which tickets you want to sell (single ticket or multiple tickets in the order)
  3. Set the price of the ticket. (Tixel will not allow mark ups of above 10% on any ticket)
  4. Create your Tixel account.
  5. Choose to list your ticket as public or private. (Private allows you to sell to a friend via a private link, and will not be shown on the Tixel website).

If you’re having trouble listing your ticket, follow this guide.

Patrons for the Kurrawa Park Sunday Ticket must be 18+, so children will not be able to come in.

Absolutely! Once you’ve scanned your ticket at Kurrawa Park you’ll be provided with a wristband that’ll allow you to come and go as you please. 

Absolutely! Kurrawa Park is the only stage that will be ticketed on Sunday 19 May. All other outdoor stages and venues are still non-ticketed throughout the entire festival.

General Admission tickets are $119 plus booking fee (total $124.20) and Kurrawa Park Sunday VIP tickets are $189 + booking fee (total $195.60).

The Kurrawa Park Sunday Ticket can only purchased through Oztix and official reseller Tixel.

The Kurrawa Park Sunday Ticket is on sale now and can be purchased via Oztix

Yes, all ticket holders of the Kurrawa Park Sunday Ticket must be 18+.

General Admission tickets gain you access to Kurrawa Park on Sunday 19 May where you’ll be able to enjoy an action-packed program with Fat Freddy’s Drop, Tijuana Cartel, BOOMCHILD and guests.

 

For those wishing to level up their experience, the VIP ticket provides express entry into Kurrawa Park, a VIP Bar and Garden Viewing Area in prime viewing of the stage, premium drinks for purchase and access to VIP toilets. VIP tickets have now sold out.

The Kurrawa Park Sunday Ticket is bringing a brand-new experience and even more music to Blues on Broadbeach.

Non-ticketed festival programming will still be on offer on all the other stages while the Kurrawa Park Sunday program is taking place, so there’ll be plenty of music for you to enjoy.

Not at all! Whilst Kurrawa Park won’t have the traditional non-ticketed program on Sunday, there will still be heaps of non-ticketed programming available throughout other outdoor stages and venues in Broadbeach, it’s going to be epic! The full festival program and even more artist announcements are still to come, so stay tuned!

Yes, absolutely! There will be no cost to enjoy the rest of what Blues on Broadbeach has to offer. There are over 65 artists on the non-ticketed lineup performing throughout the festival precinct, this includes Melissa Etheridge, Samantha Fish & Jesse Dayton, Ana Popovic, Eric Bibb, Lloyd Spiegel and many more.  

Kurrawa Park will have an exclusive lineup of artists, including Fat Freddy’s Drop, Tijuana Cartel, BOOMCHILD and ZAH!

There will be accessible toilets and an accessible viewing area within Kurrawa Park.

 

The park itself is a predominantly flat terrain consisting of flat grass, paved areas and gravel. During peak traffic periods, particularly if there has been heavy rainfall, the park may become more difficult to navigate. We recommend people using wheelchairs and/or motorised wheelchairs use large wheels for further stability.

 

If you have any other questions around accessibility please email [email protected].

Holders of a National or State issued Companion Card may request a Companion Ticket held to accompany a paid ticket holder. Blues on Broadbeach will issue companions a Complimentary Kurrawa Park Sunday Ticket to accompany a person with disability.

To request a Companion Card Ticket, please email [email protected] and include the following details:
Full name and email address of the companion card holder, companion card number and state of issue.

 

Please note companion card must be valid and shown upon request to event staff during the Blues on Broadbeach 2024 festival.

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