The event where the country meets the coast is back in 2021; Groundwater is returning in November with a great lineup of country stars.
The unique destination for Country Music, the Broadbeach music festival provides a tropical holiday and country festival steps from fabulous restaurants and iconic sandy beaches from Nov 12-14, 2021.
“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,” Festival Director Mark Duckworth said.
“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 the country back into the streets and parks of Broadbeach again in 2021.”
Headling the festival are The Wolfe Brother; the duo has steadily etched their name into Australian Country stardom, establishing themselves amongst the top country stars in the nation.
Returning to Groundwater for the fourth time, and with their latest single, “No Brakes”, ready to go, their jaw-dropping fusion of Country and Rock is not to be missed this November!
Adam Harvey, the gold and platinum-selling artist with over half a million albums sold and winner of eight Golden Guitar awards, is ready to return to Groundwater and bring us his “Songs from Highway One.”
And then there’s the heartful, soulful and authentic Sara Storer. A 21-time Golden Guitar winner, her new album “Raindance” chronicles the weathered ground beneath our feet and the joy and tribulations of love and devotion.
But perhaps the most exciting artist joining the exceptional lineup is 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 wonderful couple are set to showcase their unforgettable talents at Groundwater 2021.
“Groundwater audiences are special to me,” Felicity explained. “Over the years, they’ve supported me through triumph and tragedy. The 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.”