After three weeks of epic Sunshine State celebrations, Brisbane Festival comes to a close with a bash for the ages, bringing together a massive line-up of Australia’s brightest talent, with homegrown heavyweights Violent Soho and rising superstars Meg Mac, Methyl Ethel and WAAX.
This Brisbane Festival opening event sees Brisbane indie-pop, five-piece band Ball Park Music and Fremantle outfit San Cisco join together with special guests Ruby Fields and Tia Gostelow or this one-night-only performance at Riverstage.
Featuring original members of ARIA Hall of Fame inductees, Yothu Yindi and The Treaty Project with special guests serve up classic hits as well as brand new material, all with an electronic twist in a cross-generational, cultural celebration.
In the past few years, singer/rapper Tkay Maidza has risen out of the underground to emerge as one of Australia’s most electrifying artists. Freshly armed with brand new music, this special performance is Tkay’s first headline show in Brisbane since 2016 and definitely not one to be missed!
After more than 10 years cutting their teeth in Melbourne City fringe pubs and backyard party jams, The Teskey Brothers announced themselves triumphantly to the world in 2017 with the release of their debut album ‘Half Mile Harvest’, capturing the attention of blues and soul lovers far and wide.
Triple ARIA-winner Sarah Blasko writes songs that strike with rare immediacy, clarity and purpose - melodies beguilingly simple, lyrics honest and direct. Her new album ‘Depth of Field’ is a five-star winner.
Experience the Tivoli like never before and get up-close and personal in this unique in the round experience.
Hailed as one of the breakout stars of the Australian music scene, Rolling Blackouts Coast Fever will perform their debut album ‘Hope Downs’ – a rich and sophisticated collection of passionate guitar pop.
Portland psych-rockers Unknown Mortal Orchestra are returning to Australia to debut their upcoming fourth album Sex and Food. The band’s newly released singles ‘Not In Love We’re Just High’ and ‘American Guilt’ – which triple j described as “Prince doing stoner rock” – deliver the hypnotic psychedelic beat they are best known for.