There's never a shortage of things to do around Brisbane and this week's no different. Find out more what's on this week near you.
Step inside a world of colour and light with Exxopolis by Architects of Air. This monumental and interactive walk-in inflatable sculpture, which comes to nearly 1000m², has astounded audiences around the world.
Until 26 September
Black Diggers explores the untold and exceptional stories of Indigenous Australian soldiers who fought for the British Commonwealth.
24 September - 12 October
Witness some of the best emerging talent in Australian Rugby and support Brisbane City as they embark on the inaugural Buildcorp National Rugby Championship (NRC).
In an explosive Brisbane Festival finale, the Sunsuper Riverfire will ignite the Brisbane City skyline with its annual spectacular fireworks display! The pyrotechnic extravaganza will be set to an almighty soundtrack of the year's biggest songs and timeless classics.
Brisbane will be in full festive swing in September as acclaimed international and Australian artists and productions, as well as free outdoor events, burst across theatres and other public spaces.
Henry V is a Bell Shakespeare production at the Redland Performing Arts Centre.
Witness Justin Timberlake as he brings his electrifying show to Brisbane this September, The 20/20 Experience.
The pink bunnies have hopped into town, and that can only mean one thing – Brisbane Festival is here! The annual three-week party sets the city alight with colour and life and showcases the best Brisbane and beyond are doing within the arts. Week three is the last week before the city goes off with a bang for Sunsuper Riverfire on Saturday. We highlight our picks below.
Brisbane Festival: Black Diggers explores the untold and exceptional stories of Indigenous Australian soldiers who fought for the British Commonwealth.
Brisbane Festival: From the creator of smash hit SQUIDBOY, comes an imaginative adventure that is beautifully strange and expertly funny.
Brisbane Festival: Australia's finest acrobats and music-makers create Scotch and Soda, a whiskey-soaked evening of raucous dance and dexterous feats.
The beauty of Brisbane Festival is that it brings art to the people, no matter what your budget is. If you're looking for a way to get in on the fun, try these free events and activities held as part of the festival.
Head to River Quay this Brisbane Festival and enjoy the smooths sounds of some of the city’s most talented musicians including Leah Flanagan and GL.
Brisbane Festival: Topology and Heidi Duckler Dance Theatre delivers an exquisitely beautiful blend of music and movement.
Brisbane Festival: Party into the night and hang out with the artists as QPAC’s Cascade Court comes alive as one of Brisbane Festival’s favourite after-show destinations.