While Victoria Park at may be one of the smaller stages at Blues on Broadbeach, it features some of the festival’s greatest talents.
Felicity Lawless, one of few female performers at the festival, took to the stage at 4:00pm this afternoon and her emotional performance earned her new fans.
This was Felicity’s only set at the festival and she certainly made sure it was one to remember.
As a Gold Coast local herself, she claimed her ground in Broadbeach and took the audience on a ‘journey of sound and emotion’.
She would not have the same impact without the amazing team behind her, comprising of Scott French (Guitarist), Brennan Smith (Percussionist) and Alex Elfes (Bass Guitarist).
Felicity played some tracks off her 2014 album ‘Ouroboros’, that received multiple airplays on Triple J radio station.
Other highlights in her career include being announced as a finalist in the Gold Coast Music Awards 2015 in both Artist of the Year and Emerging Artist of the Year categories.
As dusk approached, people came to listen to Felicity’s folk tunes.
Felicity’s gig was the perfect way to prepare blues enthusiasts up for the fun night ahead.