Experience the 15th Blues on Broadbeach Music Festival at Jubilee Views
Attention, all music lovers and adventure seekers! Are you ready to take on the streets and sing along to your favorite blues tunes? Well, it is once again an exciting time in Australia because Broadbeach Alliance is back to host the 15th Blues on Broadbeach Music Festival. Happening from May 19 until 22, 2016, this four-day annual musical adventure is one eargasmic treat you cannot afford to miss.
Over the last few years, this award-winning music and arts festival has sent people flying across the country to eagerly partake in its success. Imagine listening to your favorite homegrown indie bands and international acts live, the festival has steadily become an exhilarating tradition that celebrates great music with such amazing, talented people. Blues on Broadbeach Music Festival prides itself in curating a memorable event that promotes a friendly atmosphere by bringing people together to share their love for music. Earning the title as 2015’s Best Regional Event in Queensland, Blues on Broadbeach has so far established a colorful culture, a beautiful community of music enthusiasts and adventure seekers, making it a go-to music festival in the region.
What’s ridiculously good about this is that it’s free, and the fifteenth year promises to be the best yet. Even better news, the festival organisers have just filled us in on the biggest lineup to date. Headlining this year’s festival is the Animals and their frontman, the international iconic legend Eric Burdon. A true bluesman who’s given birth to the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer ‘House of the Rising Sun’, he and the Animals are to blame for having popularised hits, such as: ‘Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood’ and ‘We Gotta Get Out of This Place’.
Also earning their way to this meaty lineup are: The Bamboos, Diesel, Cookin’ On 3 Burners with Tex Perkins and Stella Angelico, Back in Blue: A Tribute to ACDC, Bondi Cigars, Alex Hahn and the Blue Riders, Big Daddy Wilson, Blue Shaddy, Chase the Sun, Free Soul Collective, Felicity Lawless, Geoff Achison and The Souldiggers, Genevieve Chadwick, Greg Dodd and The Hoodoo Men, Nick Barker and The Heartache State, The Blues Preachers, The Lachy Doley Group, The James Street Preachers, Three Kings, ‘Uptown’ Brown!, Owen Campbell Band, and Shaun Kirk. Featuring a long list of incredibly raw talent, these acts are definitely to watch for. More announcements on the venue and program specifics will be updated via www.bluesonbroadbeach.com.
Another unique fact about this festival is that spectators can easily appreciate the festive atmosphere even if they’re not too near the stages. In fact, you can enjoy watching the gigs while enjoying a gastronomical feast at nearby cafes and bistros that offer diverse cuisines that are sure to tickle your tastebuds. In some locations, you might even be able to view the main stages or outdoor performances from the comfort of your own balconies.
Speaking of proximity and balconies, for those of you who are looking to book a place that’s a heartbeat away from all the excitement, look no further than Jubilee Views. Choose from our Broadbeach Family Apartments and Holiday Appartments Broadbeach and discover the convenience our complete facilities have to offer. Revel on the picturesque view from our private balconies, overlooking our tropical gardens and an outdoor swimming pool.
Jubilee Views is also equipped with a stable WiFi connection available 24/7, so you could easily post updates about your adventures via social media, of course. Plus, you’re just a few minutes away from engaging in so many other leisurely activities, such as exploring the infamous Gold Coast beach, embarking on a hiking expedition, or just taking a stroll in the mall.
You can just imagine all the fun things you can do this May, apart from making that connection with over 127,000 fans out there through music. Go ahead and book your stay at Jubilee Views Broadbeach Family Apartments or Holiday Appartments Broadbeach for your most memorable musical adventure yet!
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