Australia’s largest free music festival, Blues On Broadbeach is well and truly taking shape, with a slew of talent from across the globe today joining the bill.
With Tommy Emmanuel, Karise Eden, Kim Churchill and more confirmed as part of the festival’s first artist announcement last year, organisers have now locked in over 25 additional acts, including The Black Sorrows, G Love, Don Bryant & The Bo-Keys, Bootleg Rascal, Tami Neilson, Karen Lee Andrews, Hat Fitz & Cara and The Soul Movers, just to name a few.
“We are excited to invite such varied, dynamic and talented acts from Australia and overseas to Blues On Broadbeach this year to experience the festival’s fun, energetic, and welcoming vibe,” Festival Director Mark Duckworth said.
“Our festival has become an important part of Broadbeach’s cultural identity, with locals and visitors coming together each year to listen to an amazing mix of sound at this spectacular beachside location.”
The annual event will return to streets, parks and venues across Broadbeach on the Gold Coast from 14-17 May, bringing with it a stacked line-up of local and international talent.
For the full line-up and other details, head to the Blues On Broadbeach website.