Blues on Broadbeach


Blues on Broadbeach 

Karen will be performing the songs from her new EP at Australia’s largest free music festival, Blues on Broadbeach (May 17-20). Held throughout Broadbeach on the Gold Coast. The line-up features legends such as The Robert Cray Band, The Screaming Jets, and many more.

Blues on Broadbeach Music Festival started in May 2002 and is one of Australia’s largest non-ticketed music festivals. 17 years after its humble beginnings, the multi-award winning festival has grown to become an event of international standing. Each year the festival remains a highlight on Queensland’s calendar of events, and with both the Commonwealth Games and The Logies set to be on the Gold Coast in the coming year, its location is fast becoming one of Australia’s premier entertainment hubs. The festival highlights the best parts of the Sunshine State, with 20 performance areas both on the stunning beachfront and throughout the vibrant streets of Broadbeach, amazing food at local bars and restaurants, and activities for all ages throughout the festival precinct.

Broadbeach Alliance promotes and manages the precinct of Broadbeach by working closely with its stakeholders. 

Broadbeach Alliance is a small team of 7 who, with the assistance of their board and the City of Gold Coast, communicate with all of the businesses, accommodation houses and residents of Broadbeach to ensure positive results for the area. 

One of the responsibilities of the business is to create and manage world class events for Broadbeach including, yet not limited to the Blues on Broadbeach Music Festival, Groundwater Country Music Festival, Broadbeach Jazz Festival, Opera in the Park and the Broadbeach Christmas Carols. 

Broadbeach Alliance was responsible for the birth of Blues on Broadbeach in 2002 and has been coordinating and operating the event ever since. 

Broadbeach Alliance is committed to hosting environmentally responsible events, as such we work very closely with event partners to plan and implement festivals which reflect green event best practices.