2024 SPONSOR FAMILY
Blues on Broadbeach wouldn’t be possible without the support of our sponsor family.
Experience Gold Coast (EGC), a controlled entity of the City of Gold Coast, aims to develop a portfolio of events and festivals to attract people from near and far to the beautiful Gold Coast, whilst showcasing the city as the ultimate event and festival destination.
As one of four festivals proudly produced by EGC, Blues on Broadbeach has established itself as an award-winning blues music festival that has been running for over 20 years. Other events produced by EGC include Cooly Rocks On, SPRINGTIME and Groundwater Country Music Festival. EGC also collaborates with event organisers to support the delivery of a vibrant festival and event culture here on the Gold Coast.
Tourism and Events Queensland (TEQ) is a statutory body of the Queensland Government and the state’s lead marketing, tourism experience and destination development and major events agency. TEQ aims to build Queensland’s tourism and events industry to foster innovation, drive industry growth and boost visitor expenditure.
Showcasing authentic blues music at one of Australia’s largest free music festivals, TEQ is a proud Strategic Partner of Blues on Broadbeach.
Blues on Broadbeach is supported by the Queensland Government via Tourism and Events Queensland and is a feature on the It’s Live! in Queensland events calendar. Mark your calendars to experience the energy and spirit of Queensland with one of our many world-class events.
Gold Coast Airport is the gateway to Australia’s premier tourist destination, connecting South East Queensland and northern New South Wales to the rest of the country and beyond. With $500 million of terminal upgrades either delivered or underway — including the Southern Terminal Expansion — Gold Coast Airport strives to be the first-choice gateway for its regions, creating, creating valuable connections and inspiring a sustainable future.
With festival fans travelling from near and far to soak up authentic national and international blues artists, Gold Coast Airport is proud to be a Support Partner of Blues on Broadbeach.
Memphis, the home of the Blues. It can’t be duplicated — that feeling you get in the realm of music icons, where streets rock and the Mississippi River flows; a city that can feed your soul with its southern hospitality and original flavours.
This is a city of striking combinations and boundless creativity, a place where passion, ideals, cultures and opportunity converge in authentic ways. It all comes together to create a vacation destination like no other. Go and be part of it. Visit www.memphistravel.com.
With sustainability at our core, we offer high end cleaning and waste management services to events throughout Australia and New Zealand. The Clean Vibes crew love what we do (seriously, we have ‘bin juice’ in our DNA!) and are proud Community Partners of Experience Gold Coast.
We look forward to delivering highly professional services at each of the four events across 2024 to ensure festival goers have an enjoyable and comfortable experience, whilst considering the environment at every step. Be sure to say hello or to ask our friendly team for assistance at the festival!
EVENTelec is a Gold Coast based team of award-winning event specialist electricians and engineers, who have been powering major events and festivals across a variety of sectors since 1996.
Now a national brand servicing six states and territories and powering over 100 major events per year, EVENTelec is a proud Community Partner of Experience Gold Coast. Our experienced team is dedicated to providing exceptional service with professional integrity and will be powering Blues on Broadbeach this May.
Yugambeh Region Aboriginal Corporation Alliance (YRACA) aims to promote and strengthen Yugambeh culture, whilst championing the ambitions of its Traditional Custodian membership base by providing cultural services, supporting Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander businesses, building relationships and cultural opportunities across the region.
Being a festival held on the land of the Kombumerri and Yugambeh language group families of the Gold Coast, YRACA is proud be the Official Cultural Guidance partner of Blues on Broadbeach.
Cancer Council Queensland is here to make sure no Queenslander faces cancer alone. We conduct cancer research, deliver prevention initiatives and provide support services to those touched by cancer.
As Blues on Broadbeach’s official Charity Partner, Cancer Council Queensland is passionate about helping festivalgoers make small lifestyle changes that have a big impact on their cancer risk.
With festival fans coming from far and wide to spend some time in the Gold Coast sun, there’s no better opportunity for Cancer Council to teach people of all ages how to protect themselves from those harmful UV rays. That’s why they’ll be onsite throughout the event helping festivalgoers slip, slop, slap, seek, and slide!