Groundwater Country Music Festival
Spruce up your cowboy boots and round up your posse for the completely FREE Groundwater Country Music Festival July 26-28, 2019.
Set next to the pristine beachfront of Queensland’s Broadbeach on the Gold Coast, the festival will see a perfect mix of board shorts and banjos, surf boards and steel guitars as country music’s finest assemble for three days and nights of incredible FREE entertainment.
The Groundwater Country Music Festival is free to attend, so trade your swag for swagger, grab your Stetson and sun cream and mark this premier event in your calendar, book your accommodation now.
The Groundwater Country Music Festival celebrated its inaugural year in June 2013 with 20,000 attending over the three days. In June 2014, the second annual Festival was held and in excess of 35,000 people boot scooted into Broadbeach for the event.
What remains the genius of the Groundwater Country Music Festival, and what sets it apart from a great range of other festivals is that the entire event is free. There are no charges, no booking fees and no tickets and the festival streets are “no drinking zones”.
Broadbeach Alliance – Who Are We?
Broadbeach Alliance (BAL) is a council body that promotes and manages the precinct of Broadbeach while working closely with local traders with the aim of providing economic benefit to the precinct. Broadbeach Alliance offers a range of marketing opportunities to all businesses within Broadbeach.
One of the responsibilities of BAL is to create and manage a calendar of free world class events for Broadbeach including but not limited to Gold Coast Superhero Weekend, Blues on Broadbeach Music Festival, Groundwater Country Music Festival and the Broadbeach Christmas Carols.
BAL also serves as representative for local traders to external bodies such as the City of Gold Coast.
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.