Join The BrisFest Kazoonity
Brisbane Festival, Brisbane City Council, and Health and Wellbeing Queensland Present

Join the Kazoonity!

Be part of the world's biggest, kazaniest orchestra ever, 10,000 kazoos-strong.

We’re inviting Brissy to take a deep breath, join as one, and release an almighty chorus of kazoo.

10,000 Kazoos is a mass participation event for Brisbane Festival 2023. It’s happening in the heart of Victoria Park this September, and anyone can take part. 

No musical ability or training? No worries. We promise! Simply stick a kazoo in your mouth, with the pointy end at the world, and send some do-do-dos down that tube.

It's uncomplicated. It's powerful. It's kazoo-tiful. 

All you need is a kazoo, and we'll provide that for you!

#Are you ready to join the Kazoonity?

Bring your nan. Bring your crush. Bring your footy club. Bring everyone you know and kazoodle as one to release an almighty chorus of kazooooooo.

No rehearsals. Nothing to practice. Just rock up with all of the kazoothiasm you can muster!

📅 Saturday 23 Sep, 3:30pm
📍 Victoria Park, Brisbane

Be a Kazoodler

#Let's get kazoo-ing!

Health and Wellbeing Queensland's Festival Active Hub

Get into the groove and MOVE! The Health and Welbeing Queensland Festival Active Hub will be your dance destination with aerobics, drag yoga and more!

The Active Hub is free entry and suitable for all ages and fitness levels!

Walk the Walk

Victoria Park is the perfect place to boost your daily step count with the internal paths weaving through lush parklands under shady canopies. The marked walking track will earn you 3,000 steps towards your goal, and you may even discover a golden kazoo on your journey!

#A Message from Health & Wellbeing Queensland

Health and Wellbeing Queensland (HWQld) is the state’s prevention agency, committed to creating a healthier and fairer future for Queensland.

Our priority is to work with the Queensland health system to reduce the impacts of chronic disease, especially for those who unfairly experience poorer health due to circumstances that are out of their control.

We know that shifting the balance of focus towards improving health and wellbeing, as well as optimising healthcare, is critical to creating a healthier and more sustainable future.

We are committed to working in partnership across government, communities and other sectors to address the underlying factors that drive chronic ill-health through collaborative, evidence-based and community-focused action.

Together, we can create a future where all Queenslanders have the best chance to lead a healthier life, no matter who they are or where they live.


Commissioned and produced by RISING. Co-commissioned by Brisbane Festival.

This project was commissioned through RISING’s A Call to Artists initiative, a program supported day Creative Victoria, City of Melbourne and Besen Family Foundation

Ciaran Frame - Lead Artist Jodie Rottle - Workshop Facilitator

Image by Michael Pham/RISING


Brisbane City Council
Health & Wellbeing Queensland
Herston Quarter

#Bright and bold things await!

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