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Sat 14 Sep

St. Lucia Serenades

Presented by Brisbane Festival and The University of Queensland

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St. Lucia Serenades

Come together for an afternoon of all-ages music and festival fun.

Get your dose of Vitamin D and enjoy a free all-ages concert featuring an incredible line-up of musical goodness and dynamic ensembles at The University of Queensland's new scenic lakeside amphitheatre.  

This instalment of Brisbane Festival Serenades features an eclectic lineup of beloved performers, from dynamic ensembles to electrifying duo acts. The event will be headlined by Jaguar Jonze, Taiwanese-Australian singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist from Brisbane and one of Australian music’s most important cultural voices. Jonze will be joined by a lineup of guest performers including the stunningly talented First Nations vocalist Kristal West. 

Calling all students, families, and indie music fans to come and enjoy the gorgeous spring weather. Bring a picnic and your dancing shoes, as you will need both! 

 

Performances by: 

Jaguar Jonze 

Kristal West 


Price

Free- non-ticketed

Times

3:45pm

Duration

Approx. 3 hours 45 minutes

Where

Cnr Mill Rd & Campbell Rd, St Lucia, QLD 4072, St Lucia

Venue info

Accessibility

Wheelchair Accessible

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#Artists

Jaguar Jonze

Jaguar Jonze

Emerging as one of Australian music’s most important cultural voices in recent years, Jaguar Jonze has blazed new trails when it comes to her visionary blend of art and pop as featured on her 2022 debut album, BUNNY MODE.

Kristal West

Kristal West

Kristal West is a proud Piadram, Manbarra and Palawa woman with a passion for culture and identity.


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How to get there

Cnr Mill Rd & Campbell Rd, St Lucia, QLD 4072, St Lucia

Getting there

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