Groove into the New Year at BEACHLIFE
Ring in the New Year in style with BEACHLIFE at Surfers Paradise, the new beach festival that's making serious waves on the Gold Coast.
Next year, the event has Skrillex, Wiz Khalifa, A$AP Rocky and many more set to take the stage throughout the festival's two-day duration, so you know you're in for an amazing time. Tickets are on sale now, giving you the option of going to just one day or securing your spot at both for a more affordable overall price.
It's all set to go down on January 4-5 at the main Surfers Paradise Beach, perfect for those staying in nearby resort accommodation such as Mantra Crown Towers.
BEACHLIFE is looking to stake its claim as the hottest music festival to come out of Surfers Paradise, so this is definitely something to look into if you're wondering what to do on the Gold Coast.
"Next year, the event has Skrillex, Wiz Khalifa, A$AP Rocky and many more set to take the stage throughout the festival's two-day duration, so you know you're in for an amazing time.
In 2014, the Saturday lineup will feature the bass-thumping, electro-infused tunes of dubstep artist, producer and DJ Skrillex. His inventive tracks have seen him nabbing coveted Grammy Awards for Best Dance/Electronic Album and more, so if you love sweating it out on the dance floor this is the set for you.
Saturday's line-up also stars Jack Beats, the duo behind the hit singles End of Love and All Night as well as Sydney double act What So Not, the musical mash-up of Flume and DJ Emoh Instead.
There's also a bit of international flavour courtesy of LA-based Tokimonsta (otherwise known as Jennifer Lee) and electronic producer Alvin Risk.
Sunday's line-up doesn't disappoint either, featuring two of rap's hottest new names. Wiz Khalifa makes his first appearance ever in Australia at BEACHLIFE, and hip hop fans can also catch the blazing flow of A$AP Rocky.
Homegrown hip hop comes in the form of Australian Music Prize-winning Hermitude, while fans can enjoy the blend of soul and hip hop from the up and coming Ta-ku.