What a night! From outstanding winners to fantastic entertainment, delicious food to wonderful company… the 2020 Australian Event Awards was a night to remember.
“We were very excited to celebrate the work of the events industry by naming the winners of the Event Awards for 2020. Choosing the Winners was an incredibly tough job” Brenda LaPorte, Co-Chair of the Judging Panel.
- Winners Announced
- Event Awards Partners
- Entertainment Recap
The 2020 Australian Event Awards National Winners have been announced!
See the Winners
Amongst the Best Event Winners are Splendour in the Grass 2019 and Paralympics Australia Infinite Possibility Gala 2019, PAX Australia 2019.
There were 8 Achievement Finalists crowned as Winners tonight, including Fourth Wall for EventCast, Melbourne Cricket Club and EventsAIR.
ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020 was lucky enough to walk away with not one but TWO trophies, as the Winner of both the Best Sporting Event Category as well as Australian Event of the Year.
To see a full list of the 2020 winners head to the Event Awards Website.
Event Awards Partners
The Australian Event Awards had 13 National partners, supported by 13 State partners across Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide, that offered support in their area of expertise, demonstrating a true example of collaboration to create this event.
"The Awards are very fortunate to have so much industry collaboration. Without the support of our Partners the Awards could simply not exist." says Ian Steigrad, Managing Director of the Awards. "After the year the industry has faced, to be able to bring the events community together, not just at the ceremony itself but through the planning and execution of the Awards is an honour and a privilege."
Did you love the lighting in Perth? or the theming in Sydney? Find out who supplied your favourite elements of the Awards on our partner directory!
This years Australian Event Awards saw live entertainment acts from across the nation.
Michael Boyd shocked and surprised his audiences with remarkable illusions in Perth. Local cabaret at its finest from Frolic and Follies, with Gospo Collective closing the show in Adelaide displaying an outstanding mix of African rhythm and western harmony. Brisbane saw ROCKIT rock the stage and Mick Lindsay offering a smooth and well balanced blend of country and pop. RatPack Reloaded, with thanks to SMA Productions kicked off the 2020 Event Awards in Sydney by recreating the sound of the big band era in a dazzling show and later, Victor Martinez Parada thrilling the audience with his exceptional strumming skills.
If you want to know more, see the full list of everyone that entertained the events industry at the Awards on our website, including all four Master of Ceremonies!