Planning to visit and want to know what’s on in Brisbane? We’ve hunted and gathered the biggest and best events happening in this fine city in 2020.
Get a backstage pass to three epic decades of Brisbane’s incredible music scene from 1989 – 2019, as Museum of Brisbane’s High Rotation exhibition takes centre stage from 30 August 2019 – 19 April 2020.
From major immersive experiences to smaller-scale treasures by Australian and international artists, ‘Water’ highlights this precious resource and aims to spark conversations on the environmental and social challenges faced by the world today.
Nonsensical, hilarious and a little bit bizarre, Frank Woodley is an MA15+ master of comedy. Known as the *@#!king Clown, he's returning with a brand-new show as part of the Brisbane Comedy Festival, and it's expected to get crazy. Expect costumes, coarse language and crudity in this production directed by Bob Franklin.
It's hard to beat celebrating Saint Patty's Day with a pint in hand and live entertainment. Finn McCool's, a classic Irish pub, is hosting a live entertainment event which features a bunch of traditional Irish musicians and dancers. Pick from your favourite brews like Guiness and Kilkenny, and sample Irish delicacies from pop-up food stalls. It's going to be one wild day/night, so get hyped up and start practicing your jigs - you're going to need them!
CMC Rocks is lucky to call Brisbane home! This is the biggest international country and roots festival in the Southern Hemisphere.
For 20 brilliant days in March, from the South Bank Cultural Precinct to the creative hub centred around the Powerhouse in New Far
Explore Brisbane on two wheels with your friends, family or rivals.
A food-packed festival with views of the Brisbane to Gladstone Yacht Race.
The Brisbane Street Art Festival (BSAF) has played an important role in contributing to their city’s creative sector, connecting with 100s of creatives, in all forms of creativity, since the bare foundation three years ago. BSAF is an annual multi-platform public arts festival with the core objective of showcasing local, national and international artists through a wide public platform.
A nocturnal journey through contemporary art installations, set in Brisbane's Botanic Gardens.
Brisbane's recognition of veterans both retired and serving, and a tribute to the ANZAC forces who served at Gallipoli.
Chiharu Shiota’s powerful installations and performances give material form to the intangible – anxiety, dreams and silence. Arising from personal memory and emotion.