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. Here’s what we’ve lined up in 2019.
2 July 2019
Longreach, Palm Island, Gympie, Brisbane
Varies by location
A musical journey, with Jessie Lloyd and band, through life on Australian Indigenous missions in the 20th century.
5-28 July 2019
Join us on a musical treasure hunt through our sparkling city.
5 July 2019
Australian living legend Archie Roach gets to the heart of what it means to be human, opening with Mission Songs Project.
5-7 July 2019
The Block, QUT Creative Industries Precinct, Kelvin Grove
A unique collaboration exploring songs of the bush, backyard and balcony.
6 July 2019
The Bromley Room, West End
Taking chamber back to its roots, the Australian String Quartet perform a selection of classical and contemporary works bound to thrill and delight.
Sunnybank Performing Arts Centre
Songs of hope, songs of healing, featuring Elders connected to Inala and Shellie Morris.
7, 14, 21 July 2019
Red Box, State Library of Queensland
Sit back and watch the sun set over the Brisbane river while listening to classical greats in this intimate concert series.
11-14, 17-21 July
Roma, St George, Goondiwindi, Brisbane
Regional: Free | Brisbane: From $25
Enjoy this magical fairytale for the littlest lovers of dance and music.
FV by Peppers and Art Series - The Johnson
Free: Lottery Registration
Experience the stars of the contemporary music scene up close and personal in a live performance like no other.
11, 13, 20 July
Currumbin, Eumundi, Brisbane
Brisbane, Currumbin, Eumundi
Danny Widdicombe and Trichotomy bring their new LP to life in a live performance launching its international release.
11, 18, 25 July
Jazz Music Institute, Bowen Hills
Don’t miss one of the best opportunities to listen to live jazz in Brisbane!
12 July 2019
Melbourne Street Green, QPAC
We’re bringing the state’s best young emerging singer-songwriters to Brisbane!
13 July 2019
Concert Hall, QPAC
A celebration of one of Queensland’s true musical masterminds.
15-26 July 2019
$8 per student
A unique musical experience combining cultural arts and storytelling with music technology.
17, 18, 19, 20, 22, 23, 24, 27, 28 July
Chinchilla, Moranbah, Barcaldine, Hughenden, Birdsville, Cunnamulla, Beaudesert, Brisbane, Townsville
Regional: Free | Brisbane: $25
Lend your voice to this national choral initiative fostering a dialogue around positive mental health.
17 & 19 July 2019
Regional: Free | Brisbane: From $45
Music and conservation unite to tell the enchanting story of one of the world’s most elusive birds.
19-21 July 2019
Visy Theatre, Brisbane Powerhouse
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Woodstock by honouring the iconic women who performed at this era-defining event.
21 July 2019
Discover Australia’s rich and captivating history of star navigation through music.
Conservatorium Theatre, Griffith University
An immense performance featuring the winning group from the inaugural Queensland International Chamber Competition.
25-27 July 2019
Kalkadoon Arena, Buchanan Park Events Complex
An explosive outdoor theatrical spectacular created for, by and with the Mount Isa community.
26 July 2019
Ian Hanger Recital Hall, Queensland Conservatorium - Griffith University
Renowned composer Cameron Patrick, returns to Brisbane to share his Hollywood industry knowledge!
The Fortitude Music Hall
It’s time to throw open the doors to The Fortitude Music Hall, Brisbane’s newest live music venue.
26-27 July 2019
Powerhouse Theatre, Brisbane Powerhouse
A musical journey through the life of a true trailblazing Queensland woman, Merle Thornton.
Six captivating concerts amid the Quandamooka Festival, winter sun, surf and of course, the whales.
27 July 2019
A full day of magnificent fun for the whole family, set amidst the glorious grounds of Jimbour House.
28 July 2019
Experience the insight, passion and drama of one of history’s most superlative composers.