Dust off the cowboy boots and whip out the flannel Gold Coast, Groundwater Country Music Festival is coming back this year and we cannot wait.
After missing the 2020 performance (due to the thing that shall not be named), this year’s show is locked and fully loaded.
Music stages and festivities will take over Broadbeach in November, in an incredible display of Country meeting the Coast.
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From November 12 – 14, a host of charismatic Country artists will come together to rock the city all night(s) long, with The Wolfe Brothers, Adam Harvey and Sara Storer to headline.
Festival Director Mark Duckworth says it’s going to be epic.
“I’m so excited to be planning the November festival and bringing an array of talented Country artists back to the Gold Coast for our Groundwater CMF fans.
“There is just something so special about having a country music festival beachside on the Gold Coast and at Major Events Gold Coast we can’t wait to bring country back into the streets and parks of Broadbeach again in 2021,” Mr Duckworth said.
The exceptional line-up will also star the unlikely duo in life and love, Felicity Urquhart and Josh Cunningham.
Both successful artists in their own right, Felicity as a solo artist, and Josh with the lovable outfit The Waifs, the duo met at a creative collective called the Song Club.
What started as a union in music grew from there, and the unexpected couple is set to showcase their unforgettable talents at Groundwater 2021.
Felicity says the Groundwater event is particularly special to her.
“Over the years they’ve supported me through triumph and tragedy.
“Last time I was there in 2019 the Groundwater love got me through a really hard time so it seems fitting to return this year with a new album and lots to celebrate,” Felicity said.