Teneriffe Festival, the highly anticipated celebration of arts, culture, and community, is roaring back to life in its 13th year doubling its entertainment expenditure to $250,000 for 2023. The decision to increase the investment in entertainment serves as a powerful testament to the resurgence of the arts after the challenging times brought upon by the global pandemic.

The festival is an annual celebration held in the vibrant Teneriffe precinct of Queensland. The festival aims to showcase the diverse talents of local artists, performers, and entrepreneurs, while fostering community spirit and reigniting the joy of human connection.

In the wake of the pandemic’s impact on the entertainment industry, Teneriffe Festival has emerged as a beacon of hope, embracing the opportunity to bring people together once again. The enhanced entertainment budget signifies a renewed commitment to creating a vibrant and immersive experience that will captivate festival-goers from near and far.

The festival has garnered widespread support from prominent companies within Queensland, recognizing the immense value in investing in entertainment as a means to foster social connection and community spirit. Notable sponsors including Tennis Australia, Stone & Wood, Wallace Bishop and Days & Daze Wines are behind the festival, underlining its significance in this movement.

With the expanded entertainment budget, Teneriffe Festival promises an array of awe-inspiring performances by bands like Boy & Bear and GANGgajang, interactive installations with Tennis Australia and the Queensland Reds, unique arts and crafts by local makers, and a diverse range of cultural experiences. Festival-goers will also be able to feast on an amazing range of gourmet eats from restaurants like Botany, Italia Lane and Maggie May and street eats by some of SEQ’s best food trucks. Attendees can look forward to an unforgettable day where the spirit of the Brisbane arts, food and community thrives.

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