Brisbane Festival is delivered under a COVID Safe plan. Our COVID Safe plan will be updated to align with the changing situation and our website will be updated with additional information over time.
#Attending an event
COVID Safe messages
COVID Safe messages may be delivered before, during and after events. Listen out for information and follow the directions.
Look for the QR code and register on arrival to events in public spaces.
COVID Safe signage
Look for COVID Safe signage and follow directions.
If an event space is crowded, stay away.
Feeling unwell during an event
If you become unwell during an event, locate event staff or first aid. In venues, approach a venue usher or staff member. In public spaces, locate a BF usher who will be wearing a BF t-shirt and lanyard.
Right to refuse
Businesses have the right to refuse service and must insist that anyone displaying COVID-19 symptoms leaves the venue. This applies to events held in and around performing arts venues, as well as in public event spaces managed by Brisbane Festival.
Street Serenades is operating under an approved COVID Safe plan. The safety of our artists and audiences is paramount.
Brisbane Festival is working closely with Queensland Health and operating under an approved COVID Safe plan. This includes controls to safely deliver all aspects of our program including Street Serenades.
What we’ll be doing
Setting up a perimeter at every performance location and an exclusion zone between audience and artist
Collecting information from all attendees for contact tracing
Managing social distancing with our Front of House team
Making sanitising and hand washing facilities readily available
Ensuring that the site environments are regularly cleaned and procedures are in place to mitigate risk
What you’ll be doing
Staying home if unwell
Checking in to the event via a QR code
Abiding by physical distancing requirements and sticking to your household groups
For cul-de-sac performances, only residents of the street are invited to attend this event
Data for contract tracing requirements will only be stored for the required time (currently 56 days), after which time it will be securely deleted. The data will only be made available to Queensland Health if requested.