The illustrious beachfront event saw the city celebrate finalists and winners across nine categories, including rising star, San Mei, who took home Breakout Artist Of The Year and the hotly contested Song Of The Year gong for her popular indie rock number, Wonder.

Music’s golden girl, Amy Shark was also announced as the inaugural Hall Of Fame inductee after taking out the prestigious Artist Of The Year award for the third year running at this year’s Gold Coast Music Awards.

“I feel so honoured to be recognised by the Gold Coast Music Awards, by my home town and by the community that stood by me from the very beginning, thank you to the Gold Coast Music Awards for supporting local talent and for helping me pave a career in this incredible country.”

Amy Shark



2019 Gold Coast Music Awards: nominations now open

Nominations are now open for the 2019 Gold Coast Music Awards. Now in its fifth year, the awards shine a light on the depth and diversity of musical talent on the Gold Coast and promote the City as a live music destination. Nine categories are open fo nominations,...

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Hangin’ Five with Bryce Lennox

It’s not every student who can say they’ve had their artwork utilised for a professional industry event, but 18 year old Gold Coast TAFE alum Bryce Lennox certainly can. For the 2018 Gold Coast Music Awards, Bryce was tasked with animating Skull Murphy, the GCMA logo...

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