Upcoming concerts in Brisbane 2024

Find concerts, live music, festivals and tour dates near Brisbane: buy tickets for 2024/2025 shows.
  1. Gravity (feat. Laura Korinth) - Edit
  2. Purple Noise
  3. Up Down Jumper
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Boris Brejcha

  1. Take Me To Church
  2. Work Song
  3. Northern Attitude (with Hozier)
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  1. we fell in love in october
  2. i wanna be your girlfriend
  3. You Need Me Now? (feat. Sabrina Carpenter)
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Girl In Red

  1. A Grave Mistake
  2. Hip To Be Scared [Feat. Jacoby Shaddix]
  3. Meat & Greet
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Ice Nine Kills

  1. Pittsburgh (No Intro)
  2. Drag the Lake
  3. Soak Me in Bleach
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The Amity Affliction

  1. Betty (Get Money)
  2. C’est La Vie (with bbno$ & Rich Brian)
  3. oops!
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Yung Gravy

  1. Somethin' 'Bout A Truck
  2. More Girls Like You
  3. Hey Pretty Girl
Kip Moore Photo

Kip Moore

  1. Living Next Door to Alice
  2. Needles and Pins
  3. Lay Back in the Arms of Someone
Smokie Photo


  1. Let Her Go
  2. Let Her Go - Anniversary Edition
  3. Let Her Go - Acoustic
Passenger Photo


  1. Kids In America
  2. You Keep Me Hangin On
  3. Cambodia - Single Version
Kim Wilde Photo

Kim Wilde

  1. Loved You A Little (with Taking Back Sunday and Charlotte Sands)
  2. thoughts i have while lying in bed
  3. Black Butterflies and Déjà Vu
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The Maine

Most famous venues for live shows in Brisbane

  1. The Fortitude Music Hall
  2. Riverstage Brisbane
  3. The Tivoli
  4. Entertainment Centre - Brisbane

About Brisbane


Brisbane is considered Australia's sunny capital. The Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) hosts a variety of musical performances, from classical concerts to contemporary performances. The Triffid, a converted World War II hangar, is a hotspot for indie and alternative bands, providing an intimate setting for music enthusiasts. West End, a city's suburb, houses venues like The Hi-Fi and The Bearded Lady, where music lovers can experience live performances by local artists. Brisbane's music festivals and events, such as the Torch Fest (also held in Sydney) and the Jungle Love Festival, transform the city into a melting pot of musical talents.

Over the years, Brisbane has created a vibrant indie and alternative music community. The city has produced notable bands like Powderfinger, whose melodic rock sound gained them national and international acclaim. The Jungle Giants and Ball Park Music. Brisbane has also a known nightlife, perfect for EDM lovers, the city hosts popular clubs like The Met, attracting renowned DJs.

Country and folk music have found a home in Brisbane, with local acts like Busby Marou, a folk-rock duo whose heartfelt storytelling has resonated with audiences. The city's music venues, such as Lefty's Old Time Music Hall, embrace the country music scene.


The Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) showcase a diverse collection of visual arts, from traditional Aboriginal paintings to contemporary installations. South Bank, a cultural precinct along the Brisbane River, is home to the Queensland Museum and Sciencentre, where interactive exhibits engage visitors of all ages. The State Library of Queensland, with its digital experiences and historical archives, serves as a hub for knowledge and creativity. Brisbane's botanical gardens, including the City Botanic Gardens and Roma Street Parkland, offer serene spaces for outdoor performances, art installations, and cultural events.


Brisbane is surrounded by several cities and towns, to the south, the Gold Coast, and to the north, the Sunshine Coast offers coastal towns such as Noosa, known for its beaches and national parks. Heading inland, Ipswich, one of Queensland's oldest cities.

The Old Windmill, built in 1828, stands as Queensland's oldest surviving building and a symbol of the city's early days. The Commissariat Store, now a museum, provides insights into Brisbane's colonial past as a penal settlement. The Story Bridge, spans the river, connecting the city's north and south and offering panoramic views of the skyline. The Aboriginal Art Trail, featuring indigenous art installations along the river, honors the cultural heritage of the Turrbal and Jagera nations, the traditional custodians of the land.

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