Click through to find out the best of what's happening this week in Brisbane and its surrounding regions.
Mother's Day is a date to spoil your mum with flowers, gifts, a heartfelt card, and most importantly – your time.
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Catch more than 400 performance and events throughout the nooks and crannies of Brisbane - anywhere but a theatre.
The Australian Kangaroos play New Zealand Kiwis in the Anzac Rugby League Test at Suncorp Stadium on Friday 1 May.
Join Country favourites Lee Kernaghan, Beccy Cole, Jetty Road and Simply Bushed, or mix it up with Indie outfits Augie March, British India and The Beards. With more artists still to be announced, Urban will be bigger than ever before.
TOTEM, by Cirque Du Soleil, is a fascinating journey into the evolution of mankind.
Until 17 May
In 1942, our city changed forever. Follow Danny's story of family tragedy through a life-affirming coming-of-age tale.
Until 2 May
From meditations to art & craft, cultural and band performances to late-night fireworks, there's something for the whole family to enjoy at this year's Buddha Birth Day Festival.
Dinosaur Discovery: Lost Creatures of the Cretaceous gives you a chance to experience life on earth 145 million years ago.
Until 5 October
The Queensland Performing Arts Centre hosts world-class entertainment in the Concert Hall, Lyric Theatre, Cremorne Theatre and the Playhouse.
Experience Brisbane guided by the people who know it. Team up with one of our friendly and knowledgeable Brisbane Greeters.