Packages fit for festival Kings and Queens
  • Tuesday 13 September 2011

The Caloundra Music Festival is offering this year’s festival goers a taste of luxury with a range of VIP packages certain to impress.

Five unique packages are on offer, each providing covered platforms for uninterrupted viewing of the main stages.

For those who want the ultimate festival experience, The Crowne Plaza Festival Villas are for you. Proudly presented by the Crowne Plaza, you will be treated to personalised service with gourmet catering provided by Crowne Plaza’s talented chefs.

Deputy Mayor and Division 2 Councillor Tim Dwyer said that just like the festival itself, this is a unique offering for festival goers who are looking for something different.

"There aren’t many festivals where you get this superior service, all within full view of the main stage," Cr Dwyer said.

"The Crowne Jewel will give you exclusive access to two new viewing platforms above the mixing desk and side of stage for a truly amplified show!

will give you exclusive access to two new viewing platforms above the mixing desk and side of stage for a truly amplified show!

"This is another new VIP offering where guests can get up close and personal with their favourite bands – only the roadies have a better view.

"The Kings Beach Lounge is located in a new staged area for 2011 and provides all the VIP comforts including lounged areas, express bar access and private bathroom facilities.

"The Kings Club Lounge is the VIP area you’ve come to love with a restaurant and dining area included this year to provide an even better experience.

"The Kings Bounty is for those who want the best of both lounge areas.

"We’ve increased the VIP offer for those who want a more corporate experience while they enjoy the Festival.

"We’ve also improved our existing offering so patrons can soak up the festival sounds, while enjoying a covered view of the main stage."

To find out more about each of these premium packages, visit www.caloundramusicfestival.com

Empire of the Sun, Missy Higgins and Icehouse headline this year’s festival, being held at Kings Beach from 7 – 9 October.