What's on at South Bank
Discover what’s on at South Bank in June 2021 – a food festival, live music, comedy and more! Read on for the details.
18 – 20 June
Grazed and Grown by Regional Flavours features world class chefs and food, intimate cooking demonstrations, a bustling marketplace, live music and more. For more details and to book tickets, visit the Regional Flavours website.
Luminous Lantern Parade celebrates our diversity and welcomes all new Queenslanders. The parade starts at Little Stanley Street and is followed by a free World Music Concert at South Bank Piazza. Find out more on the Multicultural Australia website.
An intimate musical comedy about Eddie’s experiences living in Manhattan and writing two Broadway shows with Eddie on piano accompanied by violin and cello. Tickets to the show can be booked on the QPAC website.
Peter Paul Rubens, Flanders 1577–1640, The Holy Family with Saints Francis and Anne and the Infant Saint John the Baptist early or mid 1630s, Oil on canvas 176.5 x 209.6cm. Gift of James Henry Smith, 1902 / 02.24. Collection: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
12 June 2021 - 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.
18 June - 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.
The Sleeping Beauty - Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC)
4 – 19 June
The classic fairytale of good versus evil by Queensland Ballet with Tchaikovsky’s dramatic musical score, performed live by the Queensland Symphony Orchestra. Tickets available to book on the QPAC website.
Friday and Saturday afternoons in June
Relax and enjoy free live music in the parklands, head to The Sound Society South Bank page for more information.
Animal Farm - Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC)
7 - 26 June
George Orwell’s powerful allegorical novella Animal Farm is brought to life by the critically-acclaimed shake & stir theatre co in a multi-award winning theatre production. Book tickets 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.