Springtime is returning to Surfers Paradise in September with a stellar lineup. 

Springtime will bring three days of live, music, arts, entertainment, and skateboarding to he Gold Coast beach from Friday, September 1st until Sunday, September 3rd. And best of all, it’s totally free.

On the Friday night, Bag Raiders will kick things off in style with an energetic DJ set. New Zealand pop singer-songwriter BENEE will headline the following night, with beloved Aussie singer-songwriter Matt Corby leading Sunday’s bill.

Babe Rainbow, Eliza & the Delusionals, and Sycco are some of the other festival favourites featuring on the 2023 lineup, while Springtime has also attracted some of the country’s finest rising talent, including grentperez, bella amor, and Betty Taylor.

There will also be plenty of skateboarding action taking place at the Vans Skate Plaza, a pop-up beachfront skatepark that will host the official Vans Skate Team throughout the weekend. And Shock Therapy Arts are also returning in 2023 with a brand-new interactive performance installation.

“We are pumped to be bringing SPRINGTIME back in 2023 for more good times and an unmissable lineup of incredible homegrown artists, “ said festival director Mark Duckworth. “We created this festival to showcase the very best of Australia’s contemporary artists as well as to celebrate and support the musical talent right here in our own backyard on the Gold Coast”

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Springtime 2023

September 1st-3rd
Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast, QLD

Tickets available via springtimegc.com.au


Bag Raiders (Friday)
BENEE (Saturday)
Matt Corby (Sunday)

Babe Rainbow
Boo Seeka
Eliza & the Delusionals
Austin Mackay
bella amor
Betty Taylor
Big Fuzz
Bill Durry
Dizzy Days
Girl & Girl
Greatest Hits
Jason Van Miert
Mitch Santiago
Pure Milk
The Vultures
Tomorrow’s Forecast

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