The Gold Coast’s signature arts and cultural festival, Bleach*, is returning again from 31 March to 16 April, 2017 with our seaside suburb playing host to one of the festival’s most highly anticipated events.
The streets of Palm Beach will once again transform into an ocean-inspired line up of live music and delicious food as Fifth Avenue takes centre stage for the Surf Safari Feast from 4:00pm on Saturday 8 April.
Along with some great local restaurants and the Gold Coast’s premiere food trucks, 2017 will see Coolangatta Ukulele Players, Jackson James Smith and Wet Fish entertaining the masses with surf-rock classics combined with a contemporary twist.
The event will be headlined by local lads Yes Sir Noceur, the self- described love child of Jim Morrison, The Beach Boys and Jimmy Page. This four-piece will bring plenty of good vibrations to a night not to be missed.
With a theme inspired by the Gold Coast beach parties of the 60’s, Surf Safari Feast attendees are encouraged to dress in their best threads to party the night away, with judges on the lookout to award prizes for the best dressed Beach Bunny, Bro and Nipper.
Don’t miss the fun as Bleach* gears up to put on an even bigger and better show for all Palm Beach families to enjoy.
For more information about the event or to see the full Bleach* Festival program, head to http://www.bleachfestival.com.au