Brisbane Festival is set to ignite the music, arts and culture scene this September.
Why you should be excited by the music, arts and cultural things to do in Brisbane.
With a packed program of interactive installations, Curiocity Brisbane will help you discover the city from a whole new perspective.
The Ekka has been a beloved fixture of the Brisbane events calendar since 1876 and although times have changed, there is still plenty to see, do and experience to keep the Ekka magic alive in 2020. Check out our handy guide to help you plan your long weekend.
Brisbane's art scene has moved outdoors, brightening our streets and enriching our cultural landscape. Check out these cracker locations of where to find murals, paste-ups, sculptures and more.
Come and experience The 9th Aisa Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT9) at QAG & GOMA this Summer. This is a jam-packed exhibition full of amazing pieces, so in order to help you navigate your visit, we created this handy guide of our top picks.
Brisbane 2020 plays host to world-class art exhibitions, ballet, sporting matches, live theatre, stadium music tours, festivals and more. We have the skinny on what you should book in your calendars.
Each September more than 160 of the hottest new music acts from around Australia descend on Brisbane for BIGSOUND.
Bursting with pride, humour and rebellion, MELT Festival is an invitation to dive into Brisbane’s wonderfully diverse queer communities.
Festival 2018 will showcase the state’s creativity and the unique lifestyle of Queenslanders. Get set for street performers, interactive art displays, theatre, music and more telling the stories of Brisbane from 4-15 April.