Neil Young’s Harvest Live 50th Anniversary presented by ARC this February
This follows ARC’s two sold-out and critically acclaimed tours of The Beatles “Abbey Road” in 2019 when the band presented The Beatles masterpiece with forensic detail to rapturous applause every night.
In February 1972, Neil Young released what would become his most successful record. “Harvest” was his fourth studio album and followed on from the brilliant “After the Gold Rush” becoming the biggest selling album of 1972, giving Neil Young his first #1 album and single with ...
King Stingray is coming to The Tivoli this month!
Now, less than a year since they dropped their hooky debut single, Hey Wanhaka in October 2020, these five Yolŋu (Aboriginal) and balanda (non-Indigenous) lads from north-east Arnhem Land and Queensland have become one of Australia’s hottest new acts.
From the wilds of northeast Arnhem Land, King Stingray are just getting started, so you won't want to miss them when they play The Tivoli for the very first time as part of Open Season.
Baby et Lulu is coming to the Brisbane Powerhouse this November!
The ARIA-nominated act will take you on a très magnifique journey of love, life and passion, with a sultry, sometimes outrageous French accent.
Don’t miss these two sassy and playful characters, with their extraordinary band, as they perform songs in French with their femme fatale glamour and très witty banter. Baby et Lulu will have you dancing in your seats in a veritable celebration of la vie française!
Baby et Lulu
5 November 2021
Powerhouse Theatre ...
Ghoul-Stock Halloween Party coming this October!
Going into the wee hours of the morning...
The day kicks off at 3pm with two iconic Halloween themed movies back to back...
THE LOST BOYS (1987)
After moving to a new town, two brothers discover that the area is a haven for vampires.
THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE (1974)
Five friends head out to rural Texas and stumble on the home of Leatherface and his sadistic family.
Following the movies, at 6pm the venue is transformed into an interactive Halloween experience....
Hugh Sheridan is bringing Hughman to the Brisbane Festival!
See Hugh in a new light as they spin beats from Whitney Houston and George Michael to Sister Sledge, Olivia Newton-John, MJ, Sinatra and Walk the Moon.
With high-voltage tap, exhilarating disco moves and cool cabaret, HUGHMAN is an entertaining mash-up of music, colour, and costume.
17 - 18 September 2021
South Bank Piazza, Brisbane
Skyfall is coming to the Brisbane Festival!
Press your tuxedo, polish the Aston Martin, and conceal your weapon – this show is licensed to thrill!
Swing hits, brass blasts and fresh arrangements of hit theme songs from the incomparable 007 franchise take audiences deep inside the high rollers’ room where stakes are high and martinis are dry.
Queensland’s leading couple of song, Naomi Price (Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, Ladies in Black) and Luke Kennedy (The Voice Australia, Swing on This), ...
Tyrone Noonan is bringing What’s Going On to the Brisbane Festival!
ARIA Award-winning artist Tyrone Noonan, former co-lead singer of No.1 chart-topping Brisbane band, george, pays homage to the enduring legacy of American singer/songwriter Marvin Gaye.
Performing all the songs from Marvin’s musical masterpiece, What’s Going On, along with select choices from throughout his hugely successful career, Tyrone brings his jazz/Latin/soul band, Palimpsest, along for this smooth ride.
Just in time for this iconic album’s 50th ...
Paul Kelly and Paul Grabowsky return to Brisbane this October!
Grabowsky and Kelly will perform works from their ARIA-winning album Please Leave Your Light On, pairing Kelly’s beloved songs with Grabowsky’s astonishing talent to reimagine them.
Kelly describes singing with Grabowsky as ‘like walking a tightrope…as if we are acrobats together. We have to pay serious attention to one another to pull the songs off. I like that’.
Paul Kelly and Paul Grabowsky will also be joined for these magical performances by ...
Camerata’s Landscapes – coming to Toowoomba and Brisbane this month!
The mainstage production will play Toowoomba’s Empire Church Theatre on Wednesday 28 July and the Concert Hall at QPAC on Thursday 29 July. Wednesday’s performance will also be live-streamed via the Empire Theatres’ website.
After the resounding success of Camerata Re-Mastered in June, this concert series will continue to inspire and connect audiences through music and showcase the versatility of this world-class ensemble.
Camerata Artistic Director Brendan Joyce said the ...