Brisbane Festival and AAMI Present

Street Serenades

4–26 Sept

The biggest music concert in Brisbane’s history, deconstructed to cover 190 suburbs of the city.

It’s the biggest music extravaganza in Brisbane’s history with Brisbane Festival serenading 190 suburbs of our glorious city. Over three weeks of the Festival, pop-up concerts will be delivered direct to your neighbourhood.

Concerts in cul-de-sacs, symphonies for your suburb, and performances in your favourite park will arrive on bespoke stages on wheels, bringing music to the streets and reaching every suburb in Brisbane.

This epic music program will feature some of Brisbane’s best contemporary musicians, DJs, cabaret shows, circus and general Festival frivolity, intimate concerts with duos and trios across folk, jazz and world music and Brisbane’s finest classical musicians.

Price

Free

Where

Across Brisbane

Important Info

Suitable for all ages 

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Bandwagon

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Jump on the Bandwagon! An eclectic mix of Queensland’s best contemporary live music

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Busby Marou

Busby Marou

Busby Marou are fast becoming a National Australian Treasure.

Sycco

Sycco

​18-year-old Brisbane songwriter and producer Sasha McLeod is Sycco.

Eliza & The Delusionals

Eliza & The Delusionals

Acclaimed Pottsville/Gold Coast-based indie rock band Eliza & The Delusionals are one of the most exciting groups breaking out of the Australian music scene.

Hope D

Hope D

Hailing from Brisbane, alt pop-rock artist Hope D began writing and playing music at the early age of 9 years old.

Jaguar Jonze

Jaguar Jonze

​Jaguar Jonze crafts songs of melancholic beauty woven with gun slinging guitar lines and a strikingly rich, yet intimate voice.

Sahara Beck

Sahara Beck

One of Queensland's most powerful voices, Brisbane's Sahara Beck always brings fierce energy.

Pink Matter

Pink Matter

After its members met through university, the neo-soul 4-piece has captivated the Brisbane music scene

Order Sixty6

Order Sixty6

Four misfits from a galaxy far far away, let loose in a makeshift recording studio.

Laik

Laik

​Laik is a singer and multidisciplinary artist whose former performance names /alter-egos include Hannah Macklin, MKO Sun and Bastard Amber.

Roxie

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The name on everyone's lips. From cabaret to theatre to circus, these acts come with a bang. 5, 6, 7, 8!

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Briefs Factory

Briefs Factory

Briefs Factory is an Australian creative collective who manufacture, cultivate and present evocative, irreverent, physical performance.

Hot Mess Mama

Hot Mess Mama

Emma Dean is Mama Earth, and she’s a hot mess

Oscar Production Company

Oscar Production Company

​Oscar is Brisbane theatre's mischievous mate.

Troubadour

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All that jazz! With soul, funk, hip-hop, R&B and more.

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Tom Thum

Tom Thum

It’s been said many times that Beat Boxer Tom Thum appears to have not only a symphony orchestra but also a jazz band, techno DJ, 80’s synth pop group and collection of exotic world instruments all residing somewhere in his throat

The Little Red Company

The Little Red Company

Since 2012, the little red company has established itself as one of Australia’s most celebrated independent companies.

Balairi

Balairi

Partners in life and on the stage, Alinta and Benjin Maza have joined forces to create life that is Balairi.

Karl S. Williams

Karl S. Williams

Singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, visual artist and poet – an artist you never saw coming.

Melissa Western

Melissa Western

By turns sassy, soulful, smart and sweet, Melissa straddles the worlds of jazz, cabaret, improv and theatre

Mack Ridge

Mack Ridge

Mack Ridge is an up and coming First Nations hip-hop artist based in Meanjin (Brisbane City).

Allegro

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Duos and trios across folk, jazz and world music and Brisbane’s finest classical musicians.

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Queensland Symphony Orchestra – Brass Ensemble

Queensland Symphony Orchestra – Brass Ensemble

Some of Queensland’s best brass musicians will bring majestic melodies to the streets

Camerata – Queensland’s Chamber Orchestra

Camerata – Queensland’s Chamber Orchestra

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.

The Australian Voices

The Australian Voices

The Australian Voices are a national choir of Australian singers with high artistic energy

Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University

Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University

Queensland Conservatorium is one of Australia’s leading music and performing arts schools.

Lost & Found: A Song Cycle by Sean Sennett

Lost & Found: A Song Cycle by Sean Sennett

​Sean Sennett has written and spoken about music for three decades...


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