Stickers promote festival
THE Airlie Beach Festival of Music takes off in November and locals can win prizes just by promoting the event.
Event organiser Andrew Pattinson said bumper stickers promoting the festival would be available for anyone to stick on their cars for a chance to win.
Festival tickets, CD box sets, meal vouchers, drink vouchers and sponser merchandise are just some of the prizes to be won.
“We’ll drive around Airlie every month and select cars who display our bumper stickers,” Mr Pattinson said.
“Every month, cars will be randomly selected to win prizes.”
Those with stickers displayed can post a photo and tag Airlie Beach Festival of Music on Facebook for an extra chance to win.
A larger prize will be announced closer to the event.
Preparations for the Airlie Beach Festival of Music are well underway and festival promotor Gavin “Butto” Butlin said the recently announced line up was one to look forward to.
“It’s going to be lots of fun and laid back,” he said.
“There’s going to be music from Australia and around the world.”
Some popular solo artists performing at the festival include Tim Finn, Ritchie Ramone, Troy Cassar Daley and Daryl Braithwaite.
The Potbelleez, The Master Apprentices, Chain and GANGajang are just some of the eagerly awaited bands who will also perform.
The bumper sticker competition ends on October 30 and winners will be announced at the monthly Original Sundays at Magnums Hotel.
Bumper stickers can be located at Anchor Bar, Airlie Beach, Whitsunday Sailing Club, Beaches Backpackers, Down Under Bar & Grill, KC’s Grill & Bar, Paddys Shenanigans, Goodness Gracious Health Foods Airlie Beach, Moochas Boutique, Airlie Beach Music Centre, Plants Whitsunday and at the Original Sunday’s event at Magnums Hotel on May 8.
STICKY: Locals can promote the festival on their car.