Brisbane’s biggest music extravaganza returns!
Boy & Bear
'(Boy & Bear) bring their '70s inspired pop-folk vibes, combining lead vocalist Dave Hosking's signature glorious vocals with bass lines full of attitude along with cinematic melodies that resonate throughout any venue' - LeftLion UK
One of Australia’s most popular recording artists and performers of all time, the 17-time ARIA nominated Christine Anu uses her voice and reputation to spread a message of unity and hope.
Camerata ft. Emma Dean
Performing without a conductor, Camerata’s Artistic Associates and their guests proudly take full ownership of their music-making in the spirit of chamber music.
Brisbane's best blend of soul-soaked and brass-fuelled pop, funk, and ska, Cheap Fakes are ready to bring their unique and energetic music to your suburb!
Deline Briscoe is a strong Yalanji woman of song from the Daintree Region of Far North Queensland interweaving Wulngkabadi (Yalanji traditional singing) with jazz, hip-hop and soul infusion.
A happy little traveler writing sad songs, ELEEA is there for the fragile and ferocious, the terrified thrill seekers, the independent hopeless romantics, and the other walking juxtapositions taking the roads less travelled.
Taking influence from the likes of Mansionair, London Grammar, Bon Iver, and Radiohead, this Brisbane indie five-piece creates ethereal and melodic indie-pop, led by the evocative and exceptional voice of Robbie Balmer.
With their own take on the Manouche genre and a distinctive sound and instrumentation, the Gypsy Cats have built an eclectic repertoire of originals and standards: uptempo swing, gypsy bossa, traditional jazz ballads and french waltz.
An emerging singer-songwriter that captures a classic blend of folk storytelling, pop melody, and a good dose of country.
Part of The Little Red Company, Irena Lysiuk is a classically trained, versatile Soprano with over 10 years of performance experience.
Lontano is an Italian term, connoting distance. It is also the name of a musical duo from Australia whose members share Italian heritage and a passion for spacious, earthy, alt-country storytelling.
From cabaret to classical to country to classic rock, The Little Red Theatre Company's Luke Kennedy (The Voice, Swing on This) is one of Australia’s most versatile virtuoso vocalists.
MVP is an all female four piece out of Brisbane who make beautifully crafted all-vocal electro-pop music that is inspired by the likes of Kimbra, Lorde and Sylvan Esso.
Nonsemble have been sharing their unique blend of contemporary classical, post-rock and adventurous pop music with Brisbane audiences for almost a decade.
Out of Abingdon
Out of Abingdon create a soulful atmosphere with their sound influenced by Stevie Ray Vaughan, Kenny Burrell, Bjork and Nina Simone.
An established, classic jazz trio inspired by the innovative sounds of Oscar Peterson, Red Garland and Bill Evans. Paula Girvan steers this dynamic trio of piano, guitar/vocals, and bass through fresh renditions of the great classics with a swinging feel.
Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University
One of Australia’s leading music and performing arts schools.
“Rako” is a Rotuman word, translated literally means ‘to learn’. Rako was formed by a group of Rotuman and Polynesian artists on a quest to gain more insight, depth and knowledge of our heritage, with a focus on creative freedom.
With his singjay vocal delivery, and mixture of comedic tone with conscious lyrics, SK Simeon summons a wholesome and energetic atmosphere wherever he performs.
Sue Ray is an Australian Indigenous multi-award-winning singer/songwriter that captivates audiences with her smoky rich voice, high energy and emotionally charged performances.
Tibet2Timbuk2 features world famous Grammy-nominated Tibetan vocalist Tenzin Choegyal with a team of musical collaborators in a gorgeous sonic blend of Tibetan, Indian, pop, rock and classical musical sensibilities.
One of Australia’s fast-emerging talents, Tom Oliver came to prominence when Kylie Minogue selected him to be on her inaugural team on The Voice. Shortly after he starred in the world premiere production Rolling Thunder Vietnam.
Originating from the tropical rainforest of Kuranda in FNQ Australia, Zennith embrace a solid mix of roots, reggae, funky hip-hop and Indigenous world music.