Brisbane Festival is well underway with high-flying acrobatics, sublime dance, eclectic music and heaps of family fun. If you haven’t made your way to South Bank Cultural Forecourt its defiantly time to check out the eye-catching Festival landmarks, including the awe-inspiring inflatable city Exxopolis, the towering bamboo sculptures of Brisbane Airport Light Garden and some familiar giant, bright-pink bunnies.
There is nightly entertainment to suit everyone’s taste and budget – tickets have already sold out to a lot of performances so make sure you do not miss out.” Make sure you check on the Brisbane festival website to see what is on a daily basis. http://www.brisbanefestival.com.au/whats-on
Stantos GLNG twilight Music Series s will entertain diners and evening strollers at River Quay and South Bank from 5 to 7pm on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights during the three-week-long Festival. It’s a great way to see some of the hottest names in Australian music right now for free. River Quay is a great place to listen to music and wind down from the busy work week.
The grand finally is the much anticipated River Fire event on Saturday 27th September. Make sure you plan your night as many roads will be closed or have limited access. Take a look at the Brisbane City council map to plan your night.
Brisbane Festival continues to grow year-on-year, and has evolved into one of Australia’s premier events and a highlight on the city’s cultural calendar. This is a much see event. We will be going back many times over festival, we love seeing Brisbane become even more vibrant during the Festival each September.