The Gold Coast will not let you down! It is a playground for all ages with unmatched excitement and an extensive entertainment lineup. The Gold Coast is the city you must visit if you are prepared to go out, enjoy life once more, and go to festivals.
There are two fantastic festivals you may go to in late August and early September. The sixth anniversary of Crafted is first on the list.
Crafted Beer and Cider Festival
The festival for handcrafted brews and ciders is returning. This year’s celebration will last two days and feature plenty of beer, food, and music in Broadbeach’s lovely Kurrawa Park neighbourhood. Prepare to savour premium brews, delectable fare, and live music with a stunning view of the Gold Coast.
Mark the dates August 27 and 28 on your calendar. Book your tickets as soon as possible because Crafted Beer and Cider Festival often sells out. That shouldn’t come as a surprise given how exciting the festival is. These are the things you can do at this year’s festival.
There are 50 brewers to get to know at Crafted this year, so whether you and your friends are nectar novices or beer connoisseurs, you’ll adore the options. Additionally, festival-goers can expect a ton of unique beers and festival-only items. You might be the first to taste their newest products; you never know.
Additionally, food is present when there are brews. See which dish pairs best with your beer from the festival’s culinary selection. Explore the enormous variety of gourmet treats and food trucks. Do you require vegetarian, vegan, or gluten-free options? There are plenty here.
The festival features an excellent musical lineup to round off the experience. Remember that Saturday is for indie rock partygoers, and Sunday is for relaxed acoustic and rhythmic moods.
Then welcome SPRINGTIME from September 2 to 4! With performances by Skegss, Thelma Plum, Hermitude, Alex The Astronaut, Haiku Hands, JK-47, Teen Jesus and The Jean Teases, Ninajirachi, The Lazy Eyes, South Summit, and many more, the event will completely take over Surfers Paradise’s streets and beaches.
Admission to the main lineup and outdoor stages of the three-day music festival is free and doesn’t require a ticket. The SPRINGTIME show at the Gold Coast Music Awards is a paid event, though, and you should keep an eye out for ticketed sideshows at partner venues across Surfers Paradise.
Book Your Accommodation
Would you like to attend both of these festivals? Make your accommodation arrangements right away. Even though the Crafted Beer and Cider Festival is at Broadbeach and the SPRINGTIME Festival is in Surfers Paradise, staying in Boulevard Towers won’t cause any issues.
Kurrawa Park, the Crafted Beer and Cider Festival site, is just a 7-minute stroll from the accommodation. Additionally, the SPRINGTIME Festival site is approximately a 5-minute drive away. Boulevard Tower is also a short distance from the beach!
It entails that you can unwind in their contemporary, roomy one- and two-bedroom Broadbeach Gold Coast apartments while taking in the breathtaking beach. Additionally, even if the lodging provides excellent recreational amenities, you can also take advantage of the patrolled beach, where you can relax in the sun, take a cool dip, or go for a stroll before the festival!