Thursday, November 2, 2023


Mackay and Whitsunday Life

Win A VIP Experience

If you haven’t already purchased your 3-day pass for the legendary Airlie Beach Festival of Music, here is another incentive for you!

One lucky 3-day ticket holder will win the mammoth chance to meet Frenzal Rhomb, be upgraded to VIP, and be invited on a special Whitehaven Beach Big Island Day Tour, thanks to Sealink Whitsundays.

Festival founder, Gavin Butlin, said this was the “ultimate package”, worth as much in the memories it would create in its financial value.

"Our VIP packages alone cost $1,000 for the three-day event but provides food and drinks for six hours per day in the main tent and the chance to mingle with performing acts in an exclusive waterfront setting,” he said.

"This by itself is a way to experience the festival like a rockstar, but to also have the chance to visit the globally iconic Whitsunday islands and, walk away with memorabilia signed by one of Australia’s top performers is the cherry on top.”

SeaLink Whitsundays General Manager, Rob Mitchell, said it made perfect sense to include the Big Island Day Tour within the prize package to showcase the best of the Whitsundays.

“SeaLink are very proud to partner with the Airlie Beach Festival of Music as Platinum Sponsor for the second year running, and we look forward to continue in strengthening our involvement for years to come,” he said.

The 3-day pass is perfect for those wishing for unlimited access to all the music happening over the massive four days of music.

From the Passport to Airlie showcase on Thursday, November 9, to the official after party at Northerlies on Monday, November 13, and every single venue that is stationed across Airlie Beach, this pass guarantees the very best of music, in a festival that takes over the town.

And don’t worry, if you’ve already purchased your 3-day ticket, you’ve already been put into the draw to win!

Get the chance to meet Frenzal Rhomb and a majesty Whitehaven Beach trip, thanks to Sealink Whitsundays. Photos supplied

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