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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | June 28, 2022

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Rosé Coast Gold Coast Festival is Coming to Town!

Rosé Coast Gold Coast Festival is Coming to Town!
Halimah Miftah

Looking for something different to spend your Saturday? Are you a lover of food and wine? Want to do a sand sculpting workshop or enjoy a sensuous massage? Come to the Rosé Coast Gold Coast Festival during the Labour Day long weekend! A place to sip rosé wine with your friends and family, while basking in the Gold Coast sun, indulging in the numerous activities the festival has to offer.

The Rosé Coast Gold Coast festival is coming to the Gold Coast, for one day only on May 1st. Kickstart your long weekend by learning the art of sand sculpting, headed by world champion sand sculptor Dennis Massoud. Or if sand sculpting is not your thing, why not relax with an indulgent massage, followed by a facial skin analysis. Beach volleyball and badminton are also on offer if you are looking to play rough and tumble with your friends. But what should not be missed out on is the highlight of the festival: the countless rosé wines on offer!

“As promised, we will be showcasing a huge variety of the country’s best rosés from all of our amazing suppliers, with over 40 wines on offer including prosecco, sparkling rosé, rosato and everyone’s favourite, frosé by Oracle Boulevard Frosé Bar presented by Gypsie Social – which will all be available by the glass from the Rosé Coast Bars,” says Rosé Coast Co-Producer and Creative Director Kristen Francis.

“And that’s not all, we also have red and white wine on offer as well as bubbles bar and cocktail bars from Brookie’s Byron Gin, Brix Distillery and Matso’s along with amber drops by Gage Roads Brew Co.”

Enticing food selections are also on offer. From succulent, fresh oysters, to delectable burgers, Italian food, charcuterie boards and why not top it all off with some amazing gelato?

The festival’s colour theme is pink and white, so come in your best pink and white outfit, where prizes will be awarded to those who are “best dressed.”

COVID-19 restrictions will be in place, such as mandatory check-ins using the Service QLD COVID-19 Check-in App. Please see their website for more details.

This event is proudly sponsored by numerous companies such as Gage Roads Brewing Company, Chaffey Bros Wine Company, Matso’s Broome Brewery, Wine Selectors, Nova 106.9, Endota and Oracle.

The Details
The Rosé Coast Gold Coast Festival
When: 1 May 2021, Saturday, 11am – 6pm
Where: Kurrawa Beach & Broadbeach (Old Burleigh Rd)
Cost: General Admission
2nd Wave Release: $59
3rd Wave Release: $69

VIP Beach Club
2nd Wave Release: $149
3rd Wave Release: $159

VIP Beach Cabana: $2490 (1 cabana for up to 10 people)

Tickets: Can be purchased here.


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