Major Events Gold Coast is proud to announce the second line-up of artists joining the Blues on Broadbeach Music Festival, this May 2021.
For the first time at Blues on Broadbeach, ARIA and Grammy Award-winning rock icons Wolfmother will perform at the festival. No strangers to big festivals, having performed at Coachella and Lollapalooza, they are a huge addition to a line-up already brimming with talent.
Another first-timer is ARIA Award-winning C.W Stoneking, who hails from Katherine, NT. C.W. takes blues all the way back to its roots with a 1920’s pre-war jive and a jazzy New Orleans twist. With someone like Stoneking performing, the blues will truly be alive in Broadbeach in May!
The artists will join the festival’s already packed program which includes the likes of Tommy Emmanuel, NZ’s The Black Seeds and Christine Anu.
Festival Director, Mark Duckworth said,
The second round of artists coming to the festival in May will make for another memorable year. As a music lover, the best thing about Blues on Broadbeach is the multiple styles of music we get to present, all stemming back to the original blues sound.
Queensland is proving to be Australia’s destination of the year and the Gold Coast is the veritable jewel in the crown. Flights and accommodation are expected to sell out quick, so we recommend getting in early to secure your stay for the free event. See the available options here.
Mayor Tom Tate said,
There is only one word needed to describe the line-up for Blues in 2021 – amazing! I’m not sure I’ve got the energy to go all night with Wolfmother, but I’ll definitely be front-of-stage when C.W. Stoneking showcases the blues from the 1920s. I encourage anyone who has not been to a Blues weekend in our city to blank out the dates now – and book their accommodation.
The free festival will be in full swing from the 20th to the 23rd of May, 2021.
For further information on the Festival including updates and programming, visit the Blues on Broadbeach website.
Blues on Broadbeach is proudly produced by Major Events Gold Coast.