The Park Stages will be enclosed areas and daily check in and wristbanding will be required prior to entry (once per day for entry into both Park Stages).
Park Stages will have:
Click here to see stage locations on the festival map.
Entry & Exit
Attendees will be able to enter the Park Stages once checked in and wristbanded. This allows attendees to move freely throughout the event.
However, a first in best dressed policy will apply as Park Stage Daily Check In does not guarantee access to these stages.
You may experience wait times as we move people in and out of these areas.
The event footprint and COVID Safe planning in these areas have been based around the amount of people that generally attend Blues on Broadbeach.
Check In & Wristbanding
Attendees will check in once a day at any of the Park Stage Daily Check In Zones.
Click here to find out more about Park Stages Daily Check In.
Conditions of Entry – Kurrawa Park Stage
Conditions of Entry – Victoria Park Stage
Major Events Gold Coast may utilise audio and visual recording equipment to record the event. The image or likeness of patrons may be captured and these images and recordings may be utilised by Major Events Gold Coast in the future.
Major Events Gold Coast reserves the right to inspect and search bags of all persons who enter or exit the Park. This may include the touching of the outside of the bag and/or seeking assistance of the bag owner to remove items from the bag.
Major Events Gold Coast will not be held responsible for any damages to, loss or theft of a patron’s personal property.
Licensing laws do not allow any alcohol to be brought into the Park and proof of age photo ID will be required upon entry to consumption areas. For the comfort, safety and enjoyment of all patrons, Major Events Gold Coast reserves the right to:
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