What's on at South Bank - Visit Brisbane


What's on at South Bank

Discover what’s on at South Bank in July 2021 – exclusive exhibitions, an iconic dance musical and more! Read on for the details.

Georges de La Tour The Fortune Teller European Masters

** Please note: restrictions are currently in place in South East Queensland, please head to our Health and Safety article for the latest update.

European Masters from The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA)

Until 17 October 2022

A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience works by painters such as Rembrandt, Rubens, Turner, Degar, Renoir, Cézanne, and Monet, direct from The Met’s collection – one of the finest collections of European painting in the world. Book tickets to the exhibition on the QAGOMA website.

Olympics Live presented by Westpac – Riverside Green, South Bank Parklands

23 July - 8 August  

Share the spirit and excitement of the Tokyo Olympic Games with friends and family at Olympics Live. Catch all the action live from Tokyo on the giant screen, ‘Have A Go’ at Olympic sports and cheer on your sporting heroes. Find out more on the Olympics Live website

West Side Story - Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC)

24 July – 22 August

See the smash hit production of iconic dance musical - West Side Story at QPAC with dazzling original choreography. Tickets on sale on the QPAC website.

Brickman Wonders Of The World

Brickman® Wonders of the World - Queensland Museum

Until 4 October 2021

LEGO® Certified Professional and LEGO Masters Australia judge, Ryan ‘Brickman’ McNaught brings history’s greatest masterpieces to life including the Great Wall of China, Empire State Building, Taj Mahal and more! Purchase tickets to the exhibition on Queensland Museum's website.

Björn Again’s Mamma Mia! We Are Back Again! - Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC)

17 July - Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC)

Get ready to sing and dance as Björn Again play ABBA’s biggest hits in an action-packed, high-energy show. Tickets now available for a new performance session on the QPAC website.

Deadly Threads – State Library of Queensland (SLQ)

Until 15 August 

Deadly Threads is a showcase of over 170 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander designed shirts from colourful sporting jerseys to protest and artists shirts. This is a free exhibition, no booking required.