Feel the crowd roar at an international rugby showdown; browse through art galleries known for hosting collections from the likes of Warhol to Lynch; or unwind and unbuckle on the banks of the Brisbane River after eating your way through one of Australia’s biggest food festivals. Discover our jam-packed calendar of food and wine, sport, art and cultural events.
Patricia Piccinini: Curious Affection is exclusive to the Gallery of Modern Art and will present a survey of some of the artist’s most recognisable pieces.
Breathtaking sets, mind-blowing special effects, over 300 lavish costumes and a fabulous cast bring the magic of Disney’s Aladdin to life on stage.
Discover Li Cunxin’s incredible journey from poverty to world-famous artist in Museum of Brisbane exclusive Mao’s Last Dancer the exhibition.
Think you know mummies? Think again. Step back 3000 years and marvel at six mummies and over 200 priceless objects from British Museum.
The wonderful bands of Brisbane will march in the annual Anzac Day Parade along Adelaide St.
From 10-27 May 2018, the nooks and crannies of Brisbane will explode with performances anywhere you don't expect it. Theatre, comedy, opera, dance.
Rugby league fans get the opportunity to see two quality NRL games on 12 May at Suncorp Stadium.
The Channel Seven Brisbane Racing Carnival is back with Queensland’s swankiest food, fashion, racing and entertainment.
The Mother’s Day Classic is the largest community fundraising event for breast cancer research in Australia. It involves thousands of women, men, girls and boys.
Brisbane Symphony Orchestra performs Elgar's beloved Cello Concerto, Tchaikovsky's Symphonie Pathetique and Mendelssohn's Hebrides Overture (Fingal's Cave).
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Summer is heating up and this January and February, Brisbane is festival city. Celebrate blockbuster sport, arts and entertainment for everyone to enjoy.
2018 is delivering a mammoth line up of world-class art exhibitions, sporting matches, live theatre, immersive festivals and more.
With a cultural heart beating strongly, and countless buzzing live music venues, modern bars and clubs, Brisbane’s arts and entertainment scene is in fine shape.
A combination of famous international acts and pulsing live music venues across the city ensure Brisbane locals and visitors alike are entertained all-year round.
Brisbane is home to a number of comedy venues, and hosts regular big-name comedy road show performances from theatre restaurant-style settings to stand-up comedy show platforms and internationally acclaimed comedy artists.
Brisbane is truly a city of festivals, and wherever your interests lie there is bound to be one to catch your fancy.
They say that the best things in life are free and the same could be said for these world-class Brisbane events.
Blessed with great weather throughout the year, Brisbane’s sporting scene is to be envied. From grassroots competitions to national and international events, the city is a sport’s lover’s dream.
Come the weekend Brisbane is bursting at the seams with weekend markets peddling fresh produce, handmade goods and vintage knick-knacks.
Brisbane prides itself on being family-friendly, providing a packed program throughout the year to keep the kids entertained.
Brisbane’s dining scene is in overdrive, with an innovative array of fine dining, contemporary restaurants, an exotic range of international cuisine and laid-back cafes, pubs and bars.
Love fashion? Check out the hottest trends and newest designers at catwalk shows, sales and other events throughout the year.
From outdoor yoga in our parks to beauty events in Queen Street Mall, there’s plenty to do to improve your wellbeing.
Whether it is food, craft, travel or industry related, fine art or science, Brisbane has a stacked expo and exhibition calendar year round.