Christmas carols and festive favourites will be performed live by Brisbane’s best entertainers when they take to the Riverstage on Saturday December 11 from 4pm. Tickets are available via Ticketmaster for $5, and the show will be broadcast on Channel 9 on December 19.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year as Christmas in Brisbane comes to life. To help you get into the festive spirit, The City and South Bank has a range of free and festive events for you to bring the family together to enjoy.
Located in King George Square is The Lott City Hall Lights, a dazzling visual and sound display of ‘The Night Before Christmas’, narrated by Robin Bailey. The free shows occur every 15 minutes from 7:30pm to midnight daily from 10–24 December.
The Surfers Paradise Beachfront Twilight Market will be held on Saturday 11 December from 5pm-10m.
Located along the iconic Surfers Paradise foreshore, the Surfers Paradise Beachfront Markets attract thousands of locals and holiday-makers.
Let Care Park take care of the parking at our Circle On Cavill car park
Going to the Melbourne Cup party at Fridays on Brisbane’s hip Riverside precinct? Then glam up in your Melbourne Cup finery, park conveniently at our 444 Queen Street car park and enjoy the ultimate Melbourne Cup party at Fridays. Catch all the racing action live throughout the venue, plus sweeps and live music so you can party into the night. All guests will enjoy a 2-course meal and 3-hour beverage package.
The real Oktoberfest may be cancelled but the famous Surfers Paradise Beergarden sure puts on a great substitute from midday every day. Embrace everything that is Germany with traditional German food like delicious pork knuckle and pretzels, German beers and German music. Get there easily parking conveniently at our Circle on Cavill car park.
Get ready for a stellar weekend of LIVE music, great food and an evening bar (Sat & Sun only from 5-8pm) in a hidden laneway, dotted with arts and culture throughout and right in the centre of paradise! We are excited to showcase some of the Gold Coast finest local talent and your invited!
Friday 2 April 12pm – 2pm Jack Casey
5pm – 8pm Phoebe Sinclair is the latest voice breaking through the Australian pop landscape! Selling out her 2020 OMG release show, Sinclair’s performances are an experience not to be missed.
Saturday 3 April 12pm – 2pm Jack Casey
5 – 8pm – Ryan Munro was part of Triple J’s Unearthed countdown and recently released his debut single By the Water is available on all platforms. Check out his relaxed vibe!
Sunday 4 April 12pm – 2pm Jack Casey
5 – 8pm Chev Wilson – After some big moves in 2019 winning Buskers by the Creek’s “Battle of the Buskers” and playing some cracking sets at festivals across the east coast of Australia, Chev Wilson’s certainly built a buzz behind his massive sound. Sunday sesh is sorted!
Australia’s national sport gets under way with AFL Round 1 being hosted on Saturday 20 March. The Brisbane Lions meet theSydney Swans at the Gabba kicking off the 2021 Toyota AFL Season. Tickets for the game are available through official ticketing office Tickemaster and your parking is available at Care Park’s Gabba car park.
Date: 4 – 26 September 2020 Every Friday & Saturday 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
World Premiere – Robin Fox
For millennia, people have looked to the night sky for solace, inspiration, meaning and guidance. Sunsuper Night Sky heralds the beginning of a new era, a time to come back together and make a connection.
Every Friday and Saturday night of the Festival, buildings across Brisbane’s skyline will play host to an interconnecting and pulsing laser beam installation set to an ethereal soundtrack.
Created by Australia’s most renowned audio-visual artist, Robin Fox, this exquisite light installation will be visible for miles from hundreds of vantage points across Brisbane. View Sunsuper Night Sky from the street, on your evening walk or even by CityCat. Cast your eyes up, contemplate life and wonder at the beauty of our world.
Warning: for those with photosensitive epilepsy, please be aware that this event involves pulsing laser beams.
As it heads into its seventh year, one of Melbourne’s favourite one-day festivals, One Electric Day, is going national.
In an exciting coup for music-lovers, the all-Aussie rock festival, which has sold out annually since its inception, will be also heading to Launceston, Sydney, Brisbane and the Barossa in November and December this year.
Headlined by the incomparable John Farnham with special guests James Reyne, Jon Stevens, Vanessa Amorosi, The Black Sorrows, and a special reformation by Southern Sons, these are shows that no music fan should miss.