Transforming Lives & Communities
For over 20 years, Queensland Music Festival has delivered the gift of music to over a million people across more than 100 locations throughout Queensland.
Since its inception, Queensland Music Festival has grown from a biennial state-wide festival of music, to a creator of annual festivals and events, producing over 800 live music experiences for the 2019 Festival. By its geography, length, participation and attendance, Queensland Music Festival is the largest live music festival in the world.
Over three weeks in July, Queensland Music Festival unfolded a unforgettable musical journey through the cities, regions and remote corners of Queensland. From the large outdoor opera experience to intimate and bespoke concerts, world premieres, and mass community participation projects, Queensland Music Festival offers a unique festival experience like no other.
2019 marks the 20th anniversary of Queensland Music Festival. This very special festival program commemorates two decades of transformational music experiences. View the 2019 Programme here.
We invite you to relive the glorious musical journey of the 2019 Queensland Music Festival and check out all the highlights here.
State Coordination Office
The Regional Arts Services Network (RASN) is an initiative of the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland. RASN is a new approach to the delivery of state-wide arts services, supported through Arts Queensland, and led by the sector.
Eight service providers form the state-wide network, as detailed on the map here:
o Red Ridge (Western Queensland)
o Queensland Music Festival (North Queensland)
o Central Queensland University (Central Queensland)
o Empire Theatre Projects (South-West Queensland)
o Creative Arts Alliance (South-East Queensland North)
o Access Community Services (Ipswich and Logan)
o Arts Queensland (Far North Queensland)
o Waratah Nicholls, hosted in Cooktown through a partnership arrangement with Arts Queensland and the Cook Shire Council (Cape York and the Torres Strait)
Queensland Music Festival is proud to serve as the State Coordination Office (SCO) Provider.
The SCO supports RASN through:
o acting as the secretariat to support the RASN model
o leveraging its regional delivery expertise, particularly with regard to capacity-building, attracting new arts investment and working in partnership with regional stakeholders
o supporting the network with planning and communications
o taking the lead in developing statewide strategy and contributing to policy discussions
o acting as a connector to arts funding opportunities
For further information, please contact:
Regional Engagement Director
(07) 3010 6620
or visit www.rasn.org.au