And hellooo… 

just to let everyone know, Island Vibe is still going ahead as planned from Feb 17-20, 2022.

Things were looking shaky there for a while with the massive wave of Omicron sweeping the nation. However, The chief medical authorities are predicting Omicron to peak in late Jan and taper off, leaving in its wake more immunity in the community. With this slightly cheery prognosis, we feel confident we can deliver a safe and cohesive event.


We urge everyone who is attending to be extra vigilant about their health before coming to Minjerribah, please if you are exhibiting any symptoms - stay at home.

If it means not being able to attend, You can on-sell the ticket through Tixel.

If you have a RAT test squirrelled away, please use it to test yourself before coming. 

At the festival - please social distance on the dance floor and wear masks when lining up for for tickets or food. 


Well not really but they will be rationed out at 1.7 hugs per day and pashing random people on the dancefloor is strictly discouraged.


Lastly, tickets are selling faster than cream buns at little lunch, so get yours now before the last 200 are gone!


xx the Island Vibe crew


We are now deep in the planning of our next episode and are pleased to announce a host of wonderful acts who will be appearing at MaxiVibes from February 17-20, 2022.


From Sydney we have heavyweight reggae legends King Tide and the reggae/soul phenomenon Subtribe, Sunshine Coast’s dubologists Oka, Bristol’s chronic bass specialist Chris Munky, Byron/Samoa’s silky smooth Bobby Alu and the rare vintage sounds of Ska Party, the NT’s top end sounds of Garangali, Melbourne’s selecta extraordinaire Lady Banton, Additech Records bossman Hypnotech, Byron’s dancehall kings 4’20 Sound, Minjerribah hiphop soulman Sachém, the Sunny Coast’s Queen of cool JaZZella, Melbourne label the Operative’s head honcho JPS, Tweed’s freshest crew Jarulah, Mullum hinterland’s extra juicy Sky Eater, Kuranda’s newest soul export Cinnamon Sun, the ever-deadly Yulu Burri ba Dancers, Morocco’s World groove producer Nui Moon, the fungal tentacles of the Shroom Army, Bay Fm’s dynamic duo Chop Suey and Sunny Side Up and Northern Rivers empress Katia & Mystic Beats - just to name a few!




Just a reminder, we are capping ticket numbers at 1500 for February. There are less than 200 left, and this event will definitely sell out. 

check the link to get yours:


Please help us keep Island Vibe safe from the dreaded Covid by adhering to this guide -


- In the last 14 days have you travelled from overseas or a COVID-19 hotspot?

- Have you been in close contact with a person who is positive for COVID-19?

- Are you an active COVID-19 case?

-- Are you feeling sick or unwell

If you answer yes to any of the above questions, we ask you to please stay at home and contact QLD health.

We encourage you to be prepared.

BYO Mask, hand sanitiser and download the check in app QR code if you haven’t already got it on your phone. There will be self-check in requirements at the festival.,and%20is%20not%20venue%20based

During the event:

We Encourage you to be self-responsible in maintaining your distance throughout your experience at this event and during your stay on Stradbroke Island.

There will be floor markers on the ground around the event- please keep and eye out for them around the que up areas at the front gate entrance, ticket sales, toilets and dance floor.

If you get sick or unwell at the event, you can find our onsite MEDIC, our security and Covid Safe Marshall at the front gate entrance and exit post.

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