Gavin Butlin had tears streaming down his face when John Williamson sang his ‘True Blue’ hits at the Airlie Beach Festival of Music over the weekend.
When Sheridan and Lauren Harvey set off from Melbourne to Airlie Beach, little did they know they were on their way to becoming national winners.
As one of the Whitsundays’ traditional owners, Esther Gabey is used to attending large events for the ‘Welcome to Country’.
Not everyone gets to ask the love of their life to marry them in front of more than 2,500 people, but that’s what happened to Roy Illingworth on Saturday afternoon.
A parade of musicians will take the music up the street from KC’s Bar and Grill, all the way to the Airlie Beach lagoon.
From Australia’s king of country, to our favourite blues and roots artist, there is something for every musical taste.
Have a safe and enjoyable time with the Festival Checklist!
When Paula Hovey decided to create a performance platform for young people in the Whitsundays, little did she know it would lead them to the Airlie Beach Festival of Music main stage, alongside nationally renowned acts.
From Darwin to Melbourne and everywhere in between, 225 acts entered what has now become Australia’s largest live, original music movement.
Three-day pass holders will be rewarded with two extra days of music, thanks to Beaches Bar & Grill and Northerlies Beach Bar & Grill!