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Published October 27th 2018
This November Brissie will be hosting plenty of fun events for all
Brisbane and its surrounds will be showcasing a wide range of events this November. Events will include festivals, fairs, concerts, sport, exhibition and much more events to suit all ages and interests.
The list below features free & ticketed Events:
1. Cthonica- Deathfest
When: 1 November 2018: 9pm-Midnight Where: Metro Arts, 109 Edward St, Brisbane Cost: See website Details: This concert will showcase a wake filled with Death-Jockeys, roving performers, performances, entertainment, activities and more. Click here for the website.
2. Isuzu Queensland Open When: 1-4 November 2018: 7am-5pm Where: The Brisbane Golf Club, 70 Tennyson Memorial Avenue, Yeerongpilly
Cost: Free Details: This unique format will allow both professionals and amateurs to compete against each other to join the list of champions including Greg Norman and Ian Baker-Finch. Experience all the drama and excitement at this family-friendly event. Click here for the website.
3. Sirromet Dinner Series: Two Chefs & Two Winemakers When: 1 November 2018
Where: Sirromet Winery, 850-938 Mount Cotton Rd, Mount Cotton
Details: This food & wine event will showcase the best regional South-East Queensland produce with a magnificent cutting-edge 5-course menu with canapés prepared by Guest Chef Chris Hagan from award-winning 'The Long Apron'. Each course will be perfectly matched with wines from Guest Winemaker Michael Dhillon from Bindi Wines, Macedon Victoria and Sirromet's own Chief Winemaker Adam Chapman. Click here for the website.
Image Courtesy from Sirromet Wines Facebook
4. The Dan Ford Quartet
When: 2 November 2018: From 8pm
Where: Studio 188, 188 Brisbane St, Ipswich
Cost: Adults: $33.50 & Children: free
Details: This concert will showcase performance by Dan Fort who will be performing a wide range of music genres including jazz, blues, contemporary pop and rock, and musical theatre. Click here for the website.
5. The Sound Society
When: 3-30 November 2018: 2pm-7pm
Where: South Bank Parklands- see website
Details: This unique music experience event will feature a relaxed vibe with live performances from musical artists. Click here for the website.
6. Bromeliad & Tropicals Show
When: 3 & 4 November 2018: 8am-4pm
Where: Belmont Shooting Complex, 1485 Old Cleveland Rd, Belmont
Details: This event will feature a weekend exploring bromeliads and tropical plants with market stalls, pop-ups, exhibits, displays, plants for sale, monster raffle, talks and more. Click here for the website.
Image Courtesy from Bromeliad Society of Queensland Facebook
When: 3-30 November 2018
Where: Various locations across Brisbane City- see website.
Details: City Sounds is Australia's largest free music program with presentations from local and touring bands and artists. There will be performances with everything from alternative, folk, pop, jazz, electro and much more. Click here for the website.
8. Brisbane Fiesta Latina
When: 3 November 2018: 12pm-8pm
Where: Roma Street Parkland, Parkland Boulevard, Brisbane
Details: This multicultural family-friendly festival will showcase all things Latin American with traditional and cultural entertainment, performances, activities, traditional and street food, roving performers, and much more. Click here for the website.
9. Springfield Anglican College Summerfest
When: 3 November 2018: 3pm-9pm
Where: Springfield Anglican College, Springfield College Drive, Springfield
Details: This family-friendly festival will feature a line-up of entertainment, activities, games, eat street experience, inflatable rides, carnival festivities, international food, pop-ups, market stalls and more. Click here for the website.
Image Courtesy from The Springfield Anglican College Facebook
10. Brisbane Convoy for Kids
When: 3 November 2018
Where: Logan to Redcliffe- see website
Cost: See website.
Details: This event will travel along the waterfront and finally end at the Redcliffe Showgrounds where there will be non-stop family-friendly entertainment, games, carnival rides, food & drink stalls, Ute & Truck Show, displays, exhibits, and much more. Click here for the website.
Image Courtesy from Brisbane Convoy for Kids Facebook
11. Children's Festival
When: 3 November 2018: 3pm-8pm
Where: Robelle Domain Parkland, 155 Southern Cross Circuit, Springfield Central
Details: This family-friendly festival will showcase entertainment, activities, talks, displays, demonstrations, stalls and more. Click here for the website.
12. The Dream of Shangri-La Music & Dance
When: 3 November 2018: 7pm-9:30pm
Where: Brisbane City Hall, 64 Adelaide St, Brisbane City
Details: This multicultural event will showcase a concert featuring leading performers, musicians and artists from glorious Shangri-La, Yunnan region in China. The evening will also include stunning theatrical interpretations on the mythological tales of utopia from the best-selling book The Lost Horizon by James Hilton. Click here for the website.
13. The Historic Commercial Vehicle Association Truck Show
When: 3 & 4 November 2018
Where: Gatton Showgrounds, Gatton
Cost: Adults: $5pp & Children: Free
Details: This family-friendly show will feature displays as well as a wealth of historic trucks, tractors and buses. There will also be entertainment, activities, food stalls, and more. Click here for the website.
14. Movies in the Park: Diary of a Wimpy Kid- The Long Haul
When: 3 November 2018: From 7pm
Where: Cameron Park, 95A Brisbane Rd, Booval
Details: This family-friendly event will include outdoor cinema experience with the Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul. This comedy is about a Heffley family road trip to attend Meemaw's 90th birthday party which goes hilariously off course thanks to Greg's newest scheme to get to a video gaming convention. This family cross-country adventure turns into an experience the Heffley's will never forget. Click here for the website.
15. Lockyer Valley Country Music Week
When: 5-12 November 2018
Where: Laidley Showgrounds, Hayes St, Laidley
Cost: See website.
Details: This music event will showcase shows, performances, entertainment, canteen food and more. Click here[/LINthe K] for website.
17. Brisbane Spring Summer Finders Keepers Market
When: 9-11 November 2018
Where: Brisbane Showgrounds, Bowen Hills
Details: These markets will showcase a festival-style market with independent Australian designers and makers selling their unique creations, music entertainment, food stalls, entertainment and more. Click here for the website.
18. End of the Line Festival
When: 10 November 2018: 2pm-10pm
Where: Jurgens Street Park, 47 Logan Rd, Woolloongabba
Details: This family-friendly festival will include a celebration of the unique Brisbane precinct of Woolloongabba with carnival festivities, entertainment, activities, market stalls, food trucks, live music entertainment, performances, and much more. Click here for the website.
Image Courtesy from The End of the Line Festival Facebook
19. Broadway by the Creek
When: 10 November 2018: 5pm-10:30pm
Where: O'Reilly's Canungra Valley Vineyards, 852 Lamington National Park Rd, Canungra
Details: This event will showcase opera and musical theatre with performances of classics such as Impossible Dream, This Is The Moment and Luck Be A Lady Tonight, and many more. The performance will also include scrumptious share platters and O'Reilly's wines. Click here for the website.
Image Courtesy from O'Reilly's Canungra Valley Vineyards Facebook
20. Picnic for Peace
When: 11 November 2018: 10am-4pm
Where: State Library of Queensland, Maiwar Green, Cultural Precinct, Stanley Pl, South Brisbane
Details: This event will be commemorating the centenary of the end of WWI with a day filled with entertainment, food stalls, music, films, family-friendly activities, performances, guided tours, and 11am one-minute silence to pause, reflect and pay respects to the brave men and women who have served, sacrificed and suffered. Click here for the website.
Image Courtesy from State Library of Queensland Facebook
21. The Armed Man
When: 11 November 2018
Where: Brisbane City Hall Auditorium, 64 Adelaide St, Brisbane City
Cost: Adults: $45pp- $55pp, Concession: $40pp-$50pp & Children: $20pp
Details: This Symphony Orchestra performance will feature Brisbane Symphony Orchestra and Sunshine Coast Oriana Choir. They will perform a moving and inspiring concert to commemorate the end of WWI. Click here for the website.
When: 11 November 2018: 11am-5pm
Where: Bearded Dragon Hotel, Cnr Tamborine Mtn & Beenleigh-Beaudesert Rd, Tamborine
Details: This event will include a day filled with beers, BBQ, live music entertainment, family-friendly entertainment, activities and more. Click here for the website.
23. Museum Open Day
When: 11 November 2018: 9:30am-4:30pm
Where: The Workshops Rail Museum, North St, North Ipswich
Details: Join and explore more than 150 years of rail history at the Museum. The Event will also include exhibitions, displays, one minute silence at 11am and more. Click here for website.
Image Courtesy from The Workshops Rail Museum Facebook
24. Bowls Premier League
When: 13 November 2018
Where: Club Pine Rivers, Francis Rd &, Sparkes Rd, Bray Park
Details: Eight teams from around Australia and New Zealand will battle it out this November. There will be matches, theme night entertainment and more. Click here for the website.
25. Giselle Ballet Concert
When: 14-18 November 2018
Where: Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Lyric Theatre, Grey St & Melbourne Street, South Brisbane
Cost: From $79pp
Details: This concert will feature an international cast of La Scala's principal and guest dancers, Giselle continues to thrill audiences with its contrast between sunny village life and dark and terrible kingdom inhabited by spirits. A tale of unrequited love, betrayal and redemption. Click here for the website.
26. No Regrets- The Edith Piaf Story
When: 15 & 16 November 2018: 8pm-10pm
Where: Doo-Bop Jazz Bar, 101 Edward St, Brisbane City
Cost: $30pp or $73pp for dinner & show
Details: Nikki Nouveau narrated the intriguing life and times of legendary Parisian artist Edith Piaf through song and story. The act will be delivered in French & English. Click here for the website.
27. Passenger- Runaway Tour
When: 15 November 2018
Where: The Tivoli Theatre, 52 Costin St, Fortitude Valley
Cost: See website.
Details: Passenger will be performing this November with their songs from the album's title track 'Runaway'.Click here for the website.
28. Minden's Third Live Music Festival
When: 16-18 November 2018
Where: Minden Retreat, 25 Boughen Rd, Minden
Details: This festival will showcase a weekend getaway of live music, four bands including Extravaganza Rock The Ages Show with 80s theme part. The event will also include free camping and other accommodation options. Click here for the website.
When: 16-20 November 2018
Where: Mt. Coot-tha Botanic Gardens, Mt Coot-Tha Rd, Toowong
Cost: Adult: $3pp & Concession: $2pp & Children: Free
Details: This exhibition will feature botanical art combining finely observed detail with the sensitivity of artistic expression to create portraits. The Exhibition will also include both traditional and contemporary approaches to this specialist artform, demonstrations, guided tours, pop-ups, workshops, kid's activities and more. Click here for the website.
Image Courtesy from Botanical Artists' Society of Queensland Facebook
30. Clovely Estate- Renewal Degustation Dinner
When: 17 November 2018: 6pm-10pm
Where: Clovely Estate City Cellar Door, 210 Musgrave Rd, Brisbane City
Details: This event will be the ultimate way to welcome summer and celebrate Clovely Estate's sensational seasonal fare and wines. There will be a four-course degustation with exquisite and surprising dishes matched with their award-winning wines. Click here for the website.
31. Caltex Socceroos v South Korea
When: 17 November 2018: From 6:50pm
Where: Suncorp Stadium, 40 Castlemaine St, Milton
Cost: See website.
Details: Watch the Caltex Socceroos take on Korea Republic in their first home game since Graham Arnold was appointed new Head Coach. Click here for the website.
32. Queensland Conservatorium Symphony Orchestra Mahler 8
When: 23 November 2018: 7:30pm-9pm
Where: Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Grey St & Melbourne Street, South Brisbane
Cost: Adults: $50pp, Concession: $35pp & Students: $25pp
Details: This concert will feature an all-star list of vocal soloists, complemented by a massive orchestra and 500-piece choir combining the forces of community and Conservatorium ensembles. Click here for the website.
33. Brisbane Fair Trade Christmas Market
When: 24 & 25 November 2018: From 8am
Where: Queensland Sports & Athletic Centre, Kessels Rd, Nathan
Details: This family-friendly Christmas market will showcase handmade items from artisan communities in Africa, Asia, South America and beyond. You will find a myriad of designs, styles and tastes in the form of gifts, homewares, fashion items and more. There will also be refreshments available for purchase and free children's face painting. Click here for the website.
Image Courtesy from Siham Craftlink Pty Ltd Facebook
34. Jimboomba Christmas Carols
When: 24 November 2018: 5:30pm-8:30pm
Where: Jimboomba State School Oval, Jimboomba
Details: This family-friendly Christmas event will include Christmas festivities, entertainment, visit from Santa, performances, food & drink stalls, Music Spot Choirs, sausage sizzle, prize giveaways, fireworks display and more. Click here for the website.
Image Courtesy from Jimboomba Christmas Carols Facebook
35. Ultimate Christmas Party Cruises
When: 24 November 2018- 15 December 2018: Boarding 6:30pm
Where: Kookaburra Showboat Cruises, Eagle Street Pier, 1 Eagle St, Brisbane
Details: Celebrate the Christmas festive season with a sensational buffet dinner with seafood and unlimited bubbles, selected beer, soft drinks & juice. The cruise will also include live entertainment including Christmas classics and party favourites. Click here for the website.
Image Courtesy from Kookaburra Showboat Cruises Facebook
36. The Handmade Expo Market
When: 24 November 2018: 8am-1pm
Where: School of Arts Hall, Forest Hill
Details: This market will showcase handmade, baked, homegrown products including crafting supplies for you to create your own 'handmade products'. There will also be food stalls. Click here for the website.
37. Griffin Christmas Carnival
When: 24 November 2018: 3pm-8pm
Where: Griffin State School, 19 Wesley Rd, Griffin
Details: This family-friendly Christmas event will feature a massive line-up of entertainment, Christmas carnival festivities, market stalls, amusement and carnival rides, roving performers, fireworks display, activities, games and much more. Click here for the website.
Image Courtesy from Griffin Christmas Carnival Facebook
38. Caboolture Christmas Carols
When: 25 November 2018: 3pm-8pm
Where: Centenary Lakes Park, Caboolture
Details: This family-friendly Christmas event will include Christmas festivities, entertainment, activities, workshops, performances, fireworks displays, Santa visit and more. Click here for the website.
Image Courtesy from Christmas Moreton Bay Region Facebook
39. Laidley Christmas Street Festival
When: 30 November 2018: 4pm-10pm
Where: Patrick St, Laidley
Details: This Christmas family-friendly festival will be loaded with entertainment, Christmas festivities, face painting, market stalls, displays, exhibits, food stalls, circus street performers, roving performers, performances, kid's activities and more. [LINK=https://www.queensland.com/en-au/event/laidley-christmas-street-festival]Click here for website.
It would be very helpful for some people if you wouldn't mind including
the actual name of the day(s) of the week (for example: Nov 1 Thursday.) As many people don't know 2 weeks from now whether Nov 16 will be a Sunday or
a Wednesday. Thanks. Just trying to help you make your event notices
more user friendly.