New Farm Park
To be frank... Frankly! falls short of it's reputation this year as sound and timing issues take their toll on innocent talent.
The Brisbane Festival will run from 3-24 September, featuring a cavalcade of music, dance, theatre and more.
Want to avoid a fizzler of a New Year’s Eve party? Here’s FLs top picks of places to ring in 2011.
With a stellar lineup and picture perfect venue, No Years is the perfect way to bring in the New Year.
The Gurge, Last Dinosaurs and Spacifix celebrate an at-capacity Brisbane Powerhouse's tenth birthday.
20 bands and filmmakers from across Queensland will showcase the final product of their three day video clip journey at the Music Video Mash Up Screenings.
The Polyphonic Spree bring their extravagant fancy dress party to the Brisbane Powerhouse.
Two very talented musicians guide us through a wondrous night of instrumental journeys rich in scenery and imagination.
Brisbane post-grunge pioneer Tim Steward reinvents the idea for a new time and is welcomed by Brisbane Powerhouse's Residents series.
Numbers Radio and Intercooler prove that the Powerhouse's free LiveSpark shows are the place to be on a Sunday afternoon.
Japanese avant-pop duo Tenniscoats create an exrtraordinary musical world of their own for the final instalment of Room 40's Fabrique series.
The Panics have one of the best live shows in Australian music, and tonight's set has added to that reputation.