Surfers Paradise LIVE

Surfers Paradise

Surfers Paradise LIVE is an epic FREE four-day live music festival held on the iconic Surfers Paradise beach from May 2-5.

An exhilarating live music experience, this award-winning free festival presents an awesome line-up of Australian artists for 2019 including: The Living End, Jebediah, Reece Mastin, Hoodoo Gurus, Daryl Braithwaite, Thirsty Merc, The Screaming Jets, Chocolate Starfish, Boom Crash Opera and Bachelor Girl.

Surfers Paradise LIVE

Opening the festival on Thursday 2nd May and shining a spotlight on the Gold Coast’s thriving music scene are The Gold Coast Music Awards (GCMA). The awards, now in their 5th year, shine a light on the depth and diversity of musical talent on the Gold Coast and promote the City as a live music destination together with their longtime partners LIVE.

Surfers Paradise LIVE

From Friday 3rd to Sunday 5th May, a packed daily programme of live shows by local musicians will see the precinct come a-LIVE each day. Then as night falls, watch some of Australia’s best and biggest artists take to the outdoor beach stage.

Nice to know - There's something for everyone at this fabulous free family-friendly event.

Surfers Paradise LIVE is a valued partner of Must Do Brisbane.com

Surfers Paradise LIVE

Surfers Paradise Beach

May 2-5

Free

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