Brisbane Festival will kick off on September 1 with a 23-day line-up of over 1,000 music, theatre, and art performances in arts venues, cathedrals, warehouses, suburban parks, and iconic city locations.
Performances range from world-premiere theatre and dance, family fun and community gatherings to late night cabaret and live music.
Riverfire will mark the opening of the festival with a spectacular fireworks show on September 2.
Other events that make up Brisbane Festival include Lightscape from August 31 to October 8, Brisbane Serenades from September 2 to 23, Moorooka Block Party on September 9, Lord Mayor’s City Hall Concerts from September 5 to 19, and the closing concert All Together Now on September 23.
Brisbane Festival 2023 is a mix of free and ticketed events.
For more information, visit Brisbane Festival 2023.