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Be Bold, Be Brave, Be Brisbane
One of Brisbane's annual premier arts and cultural events, the Brisbane Festival returns this Spring from 4-26 September 2020 with a program packed with enriching, engaging, and exciting entertainment for everyone to enjoy.
It's Back Photo courtesy the Brisbane Festival facebook page
Artistic Director, Louise Bezzina and her team have put together an exciting selection of world-class events. From free to ticketed performance, festival highlights range from unforgettable visual arts, spectacular performance arts, stunning installations, fun family-friendly events, and interesting walking tours across the river city from some of our most inspiring creatives and cultural leaders.
If you love music, theatre, and more, you can sample 700 local artists and 490 performances. Some of the highlights include:
Socially distanced dance club All you need is love Jazz on Sundays Brisbane Pop favourites, Custard Percussion at Dusk The Lost Lending Library and much much more
History of the Brisbane Festival
The Brisbane Festival grew out of the former Warana Festival (and its memorable parade of floats) in 1961 and has grown as developed into a stellar arts and culture event across Queensland's capital.
(Visitors should remember to follow the COVID safe practices during the festival)