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Stephen K Amos, Rove, Wil Anderson, Sam Simmons, Tom Gleeson, Paul Foot, Hannah Gadsby and plenty more are taking over the city. There’ll be more laughs than ever with 66 comedians across the two venues.
26 February - 28 March
The biggest country and roots festival in the Southern Hemisphere, CMC Rocks is celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2017. Global superstars the Dixie Chicks are the headline act.
Constellations tells the story of a love-struck beekeeper and a quantum physicist. The odds of them getting together are astronomical, but when their two worlds do collide, all the possibilities of their life together flicker across the stage.
9 March - 9 April
Queensland Tennis Centre will host the Davis Cup quarter-final between Australia and the United States, the two most successful nations in the competition.
Following the Firebirds’ back-to-back premiership win in 2016, more games will be taken to the 10,000 capacity Brisbane Entertainment Centre - allowing more supporters than ever before to experience the thrill.
Season starts 18 February
The beloved My Fair Lady arrives under the direction of the original Eliza Doolittle herself, Julie Andrews and featuring Downton Abbey's Charles Edwards.
14 March - 30 April
The World Science Festival Brisbane will once again bring some of the world’s greatest thought-leaders to the city, showcase local scientists and performers from around the Asia Pacific region and host the brightest and the best in the field.
22 - 26 March
Calling all wanna-be hikers. Want to switch off from your 21st century life and learn to appreciate nature in its purest form? Sure you do.
Like the idea of camping but hate the idea of going without life’s luxuries? Try glamping in the Brisbane region instead.