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  • 08/08/2022

    Karen’s Diner Gold Coast

    Karen’s of the Gold Coast unite! A pop-up dining experience is opening its doors on July 1 and will be home to more Karens than you can complain too! From the brave minds at Wonderland Bar & Beyond Cinema comes a diner like no other – expect rude service, singing waiters and regular guest appearances from the manager – the most Karen Karen ever – just don’t dare ask to see her! This is dining with a twist – the food is great, the service is ungrateful but your experience will be unforgettable. This is the anti Google review diner, a place where having 100k on Instagram gets you a naughty sticker rather than a free meal. Lear more about Karen’s Diner here.

  • 09/08/2022

    Drag Queen Bingo l August 10th

    This isn't your normal bingo!Grab your friends and get ready for an exciting evening of bingo, games and fun hosted by Ivyy Monroe & Kathy Pacific! You won't want to miss our sexy ball boy and epic tunes from DJ VICES!Enjoy dinner & drinks from the yummy food vendors at Miami Marketta, and get ready for an unforgettable evening!This is a MA16+ event & Safe and accepting space!No children, no babies, no exceptionsPrice From: $26.4

  • 09/08/2022

    Karen’s Diner Gold Coast

    Karen’s of the Gold Coast unite! A pop-up dining experience is opening its doors on July 1 and will be home to more Karens than you can complain too! From the brave minds at Wonderland Bar & Beyond Cinema comes a diner like no other – expect rude service, singing waiters and regular guest appearances from the manager – the most Karen Karen ever – just don’t dare ask to see her! This is dining with a twist – the food is great, the service is ungrateful but your experience will be unforgettable. This is the anti Google review diner, a place where having 100k on Instagram gets you a naughty sticker rather than a free meal. Lear more about Karen’s Diner here.

  • 10/08/2022

    BLEACH* Festival

    The Gold Coast’s much-loved contemporary arts festival is back for its 11th iteration in 2022! Get ready to experience a captivating array of art, live music, dance, performance and culinary events at BLEACH* Festival. Running from Thursday August 11 until Sunday August 21, BLEACH* is bringing more than 233 artists, 94 performers and 36 events to four main hubs across the Gold Coast. Attendees can expect 11 days of pulsating performance, contrasting stories of grand spectacle with the intimate moments that underscore a contemporary Gold Coast. When it comes to the artists and events, we are well and truly spoiled for choice. Six artist groups have been invited to practice full-time in-residence at the North Burleigh Hub in the lead-up to and during the festival. The North Burleigh Hub’s ocean-side location also brings a jam-packed cultural program featuring unique performances, interactive elements, community connectivity, culinary storytelling and fantastical worlds for the young at heart. The Gold Coast Botanic Gardens will host four evenings of signature outdoor concerts headlined by Opera Queensland and Kate Miller-Heidke.Those attending events in Miami, Miami Marketta and Burleigh Brewing can expect promenade performances, breathtaking BMX and parkour displays, skating frivolity, electronic music, female-centric storytelling and short films. Head west to the hinterland for a series of unique performances in the rusticly rural sheds of Mudgeeraba, and pop into HOTA, where artists are invited to respond to the works featured in the current exhibition. There is simply too much BLEACH* goodness to cover, so we recommend jumping online to check out the entire festival program. Here you can book tickets and start planning your way through this unmissable, culture-soaked array of events running from August 11–21.

  • 10/08/2022

    Karen’s Diner Gold Coast

    Karen’s of the Gold Coast unite! A pop-up dining experience is opening its doors on July 1 and will be home to more Karens than you can complain too! From the brave minds at Wonderland Bar & Beyond Cinema comes a diner like no other – expect rude service, singing waiters and regular guest appearances from the manager – the most Karen Karen ever – just don’t dare ask to see her! This is dining with a twist – the food is great, the service is ungrateful but your experience will be unforgettable. This is the anti Google review diner, a place where having 100k on Instagram gets you a naughty sticker rather than a free meal. Lear more about Karen’s Diner here.

  • 10/08/2022

    Little Shop of Horrors A Musical Comedy

    A boy, a girl, a sadistic dentist, a bloodthirsty gigantic plant, what could go wrong? Menken and Ashman’s enduring classic Little Shop of Horrors takes a bite out of the Spotlight Stage! Lovable klutz Seymour discovers a strange and interesting new plant species with a thirst for blood…fresh blood. How can Seymour keep his hungry plant happy, gain worldwide fame and get the girl? Well, a plant’s got to eat! Filled with toe-tapping doo wop music and a deliciously dark story, Little Shop of Horrors is just the snack you’ve been craving.

  • 11/08/2022

    BLEACH* Festival

    The Gold Coast’s much-loved contemporary arts festival is back for its 11th iteration in 2022! Get ready to experience a captivating array of art, live music, dance, performance and culinary events at BLEACH* Festival. Running from Thursday August 11 until Sunday August 21, BLEACH* is bringing more than 233 artists, 94 performers and 36 events to four main hubs across the Gold Coast. Attendees can expect 11 days of pulsating performance, contrasting stories of grand spectacle with the intimate moments that underscore a contemporary Gold Coast. When it comes to the artists and events, we are well and truly spoiled for choice. Six artist groups have been invited to practice full-time in-residence at the North Burleigh Hub in the lead-up to and during the festival. The North Burleigh Hub’s ocean-side location also brings a jam-packed cultural program featuring unique performances, interactive elements, community connectivity, culinary storytelling and fantastical worlds for the young at heart. The Gold Coast Botanic Gardens will host four evenings of signature outdoor concerts headlined by Opera Queensland and Kate Miller-Heidke.Those attending events in Miami, Miami Marketta and Burleigh Brewing can expect promenade performances, breathtaking BMX and parkour displays, skating frivolity, electronic music, female-centric storytelling and short films. Head west to the hinterland for a series of unique performances in the rusticly rural sheds of Mudgeeraba, and pop into HOTA, where artists are invited to respond to the works featured in the current exhibition. There is simply too much BLEACH* goodness to cover, so we recommend jumping online to check out the entire festival program. Here you can book tickets and start planning your way through this unmissable, culture-soaked array of events running from August 11–21.

  • 11/08/2022

    Moonlight Night Market

    The northern Gold Coast’s newest night market is here, and it is all about serving up good food and even better times. Dreamworld is playing host to the Moonlight Night Market every Friday and Saturday evening from 5:00-9:00 pm. Entry is just $2 for adults and free for children, granting you access to an array of delicious bites and drinks. Get ready to take your pick from Asian, American, Mexican and Mediterranean eats. You can sip your way through frozen cocktails, homemade iced tea, craft brews and ice cream floats, and treat yourself to dessert in the form of loaded waffles, sundaes, mega milkshakes and more! Whether you’re heading for after-work drinks or taking the kids out for dinner, there’s something for everyone to enjoy eating, drinking, and listening to at Moonlight Night Market. Entry is payable via EFTPOS at the gate and free for Dreamworld Pass Holders.

  • 11/08/2022

    Karen’s Diner Gold Coast

    Karen’s of the Gold Coast unite! A pop-up dining experience is opening its doors on July 1 and will be home to more Karens than you can complain too! From the brave minds at Wonderland Bar & Beyond Cinema comes a diner like no other – expect rude service, singing waiters and regular guest appearances from the manager – the most Karen Karen ever – just don’t dare ask to see her! This is dining with a twist – the food is great, the service is ungrateful but your experience will be unforgettable. This is the anti Google review diner, a place where having 100k on Instagram gets you a naughty sticker rather than a free meal. Lear more about Karen’s Diner here.

  • 11/08/2022

    The Vanns - Gold Coast

    After launching 2022 with a run of huge sell-out shows, The VANNS are getting back on the road and hitting some of the country’s favourite regional centres.In their biggest headline run to date, the NSW South Coast four-piece are touring top to bottom, east to west and back again before heading back into the studio to deliver new music before the year is out. Tickets on sale now!Price From: $35.45

  • 11/08/2022

    Little Shop of Horrors A Musical Comedy

    A boy, a girl, a sadistic dentist, a bloodthirsty gigantic plant, what could go wrong? Menken and Ashman’s enduring classic Little Shop of Horrors takes a bite out of the Spotlight Stage! Lovable klutz Seymour discovers a strange and interesting new plant species with a thirst for blood…fresh blood. How can Seymour keep his hungry plant happy, gain worldwide fame and get the girl? Well, a plant’s got to eat! Filled with toe-tapping doo wop music and a deliciously dark story, Little Shop of Horrors is just the snack you’ve been craving.

  • 11/08/2022

    Moonlight Night Market

    Moonlight Night Market is the Northern Gold Coast's newest food market, located inside Dreamworld! With entry at only $2 or free for kids, it's the perfect place to stop by for epic food truck eats, delicious drinks, live music, live art and even themed nights.

  • 12/08/2022

    Little Shop of Horrors A Musical Comedy

    A boy, a girl, a sadistic dentist, a bloodthirsty gigantic plant, what could go wrong? Menken and Ashman’s enduring classic Little Shop of Horrors takes a bite out of the Spotlight Stage! Lovable klutz Seymour discovers a strange and interesting new plant species with a thirst for blood…fresh blood. How can Seymour keep his hungry plant happy, gain worldwide fame and get the girl? Well, a plant’s got to eat! Filled with toe-tapping doo wop music and a deliciously dark story, Little Shop of Horrors is just the snack you’ve been craving.

  • 12/08/2022

    Ripped at The Pink Flamingo Spiegelclub

    Located in the heart of Broadbeach on the Gold Coast, The Pink Flamingo Spiegelclub is the first of its kind. From the moment you enter the Pink Palace, you are treated like royalty and your senses are met with a new, exhilarating, pink experience. RIPPED is a ladies night reinvented (and not just for women) with an chiseled line-up for every wildest dream! B’day’s, Hens, Divorce or just because parties, they cater for all. Forget the ‘Mansion’ and the ‘Magic’, the RIPPED boys will have you on the edge of your seat with this explosive, interactive and spectacular 90-minute production. It’s time to rip off the feathers and experience a show like no other!

  • 12/08/2022

    THIRSTY MERC

    THIRSTY MERC ANNOUNCE NEW ALBUM AND TOUR ‘CELEBRATION’ – NEW ALBUM RELEASED 17 JUNE NATIONAL CELEBRATION TOUR – FROM JULY 2022. Australian rock band Thirsty Merc have been patiently waiting these last two years for the chance to get back on the road and play live again…and now the time has come! Thirsty Merc announce a new album and tour that will see the guys get back on the tour bus and back on stage, performing their much loved hits alongside songs from their new album CELEBRATION – to be released on 17 June. Frontman Rai Thistlethwayte says: ‘It’s been an extremely rewarding experience for us to explore some of the best Aussie songs on the new album. Perhaps the biggest celebration, though, is for all live music fans. After a few crazy years, we’re all still here together. Gigs are back…and we want to be there to help you let your hair down!’ CELEBRATION (released 17 June though MGM), sees Thirsty Merc covering some well-known (and some not so well-known) Australian songs from across the decades – each one reimagined in true ‘Merc style. The first single is a turbo-charged rendition of Daryl Braithwaite’s As The Days Go By. Other songs that appear on CELEBRATION include Who Listens To The Radio (The Sports), That’s When I Think of You (1927), Bad Habits (Billy Field) and Hey There, Georgie Girl (The Seekers). Music fans will appreciate the ‘Merc quirk’ on the recordings, and recall what makes each a great Australian song. Thirsty Merc will be performing a selection of songs from their new album plus all their own hits live on their CELEBRATION 2022 tour. Starting in WA in July, they will move across regional and capital cities into September. Ticket links and details available at https://www.thirstymerc.com. Thirsty Merc are unquestionably one of Australia’s finest live acts. Having released 4 critically acclaimed albums, over 250,000 album sales under their belt, a finalist in the APRA Song of the Year for 20 Good Reasons (which also reached #1 on iTunes in Australia), 5 ARIA Award nominations, Thirsty Merc have found their way into the fabric of Australia’s musical landscape with songs such as Someday Someday, In The Summertime, 20 Good Reasons, Tommy And Krista, and more.  Since 2015 Thirsty Merc have released music as an independent band. They have toured and recorded music consistently during their career until the recent pandemic. It was during this time that the band got back into the studio and started working on CELEBRATION, looking forward to when borders would open and life would get back to normal.  With live gigs back on stages all around the country, and the album finished, it’s time to share ‘Celebration’ with fans. “We hope you enjoy the new release...and hope to see you at one of the upcoming shows!” https://www.thirstymerc.com

  • 12/08/2022

    BLEACH* Festival

    The Gold Coast’s much-loved contemporary arts festival is back for its 11th iteration in 2022! Get ready to experience a captivating array of art, live music, dance, performance and culinary events at BLEACH* Festival. Running from Thursday August 11 until Sunday August 21, BLEACH* is bringing more than 233 artists, 94 performers and 36 events to four main hubs across the Gold Coast. Attendees can expect 11 days of pulsating performance, contrasting stories of grand spectacle with the intimate moments that underscore a contemporary Gold Coast. When it comes to the artists and events, we are well and truly spoiled for choice. Six artist groups have been invited to practice full-time in-residence at the North Burleigh Hub in the lead-up to and during the festival. The North Burleigh Hub’s ocean-side location also brings a jam-packed cultural program featuring unique performances, interactive elements, community connectivity, culinary storytelling and fantastical worlds for the young at heart. The Gold Coast Botanic Gardens will host four evenings of signature outdoor concerts headlined by Opera Queensland and Kate Miller-Heidke.Those attending events in Miami, Miami Marketta and Burleigh Brewing can expect promenade performances, breathtaking BMX and parkour displays, skating frivolity, electronic music, female-centric storytelling and short films. Head west to the hinterland for a series of unique performances in the rusticly rural sheds of Mudgeeraba, and pop into HOTA, where artists are invited to respond to the works featured in the current exhibition. There is simply too much BLEACH* goodness to cover, so we recommend jumping online to check out the entire festival program. Here you can book tickets and start planning your way through this unmissable, culture-soaked array of events running from August 11–21.

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY

We acknowledge and pay respect to the land and the traditional families of the Yugambeh region of South East Queensland, and their Elders past, present and emerging.