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Yothu Yindi, Kim Gordon and Drab Majesty to headline the 2024 iteration of ΩHM Festival of Other Music at Brisbane Powerhouse

Japanese metal icons, Krautrock luminaries, art-punk pioneers and influential First Nations collectives lead the provocative 2024 program of ΩHM Festival of Other Music. Bringing together thought-provoking art, music, movement and performance from Wednesday February 28 to Saturday April 20, ΩHM is celebrating experimental endeavour and cutting-edge creativity. It’s not to be missed.


Sip, snack, shop and scout your way around Paddington’s past and present at Now & Then Festival

Those who have ventured to the hilly inner-west suburb of Paddington are well aware of its top-tier food and fashion scene. Boasting a spectacular selection of boutique stores, bars, cafes and restaurants, the character-lined streets of Latrobe and Given Terraces host an eclectic mix of epicurean and lifestyle experiences. On Saturday August 5, Brisbane locals will have the chance to eat and explore their way through Paddington at Now & Then Festival – a free outdoor event celebrating one of Brisbane’s oldest suburbs.


Night Feast, an immersive art and feasting experience, to take over Brisbane Powerhouse

Next year is going to be a banner one for Brisbane Powerhouse, which has a bunch of exciting events on the cards. The next thrilling announcement comes in the form of Night Feast, an immersive art and feasting experience that will be taking over Brisbane Powerhouse and the surrounding parklands across two dates in 2023. Set to feature bites from some of Brisbane’s top restaurants, a roster of guest chefs and some seriously impressive art installations, this is one communal culinary affair worth penning in to your calendar.


Fire in the sky: Let us show you the best places to eat, drink and watch Riverfire

With September on the horizon, so too is the arrival of Brisbane Festival. The month will serve up a bevy of theatre, music and art and will kick off with Brisbane’s biggest party – Riverfire by Australian Retirement Trust. The annual pyrotechnics showcase will light up the city’s sky once again on Saturday September 3, and the banks of the Brisbane River will be lined with revellers keen to see the fireworks displays and aerial antics. If you’re searching for the perfect vantage point to take in the display and fill your rumbling belly at the same time, we’ve rounded up some of our top picks …

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Over the Horizon: Coast multi-arts festival draws talent from far and wide

Over ten days in August, the Sunshine Coast is playing host to a contemporary multi-arts festival. More than just your average collection of visual art, music, theatre, dance, words, film and creative workshops, Horizon Festival is rooted in celebrating the natural beauty of the Sunshine Coast with a program that thoughtfully honours and highlights the Traditional Custodians of the land in which it operates – the Kabi Kabi and Jinibara Peoples.