Spring Sounds at Sunset is coming to Brisbane Powerhouse for three nights of free beats
One of our favourite places to soak up springtime goodness is New Farm. The natural serenity paired with the river breezes and the endless amounts of purple flowers falling from the jacaranda trees provide the perfect backdrop for a relaxing spring sesh. Amping up these good vibes is Brisbane Powerhouse’s new concert series Spring Sounds at Sunset, which is bringing together a superb selection of emerging musicians and First Nations artists for three evenings of free (yes, free!) alfresco entertainment from November 12–14.
Pack the picnic basket and gather up your gig-loving pals – Brisbane Powerhouse is turning it on this November for Spring Sounds at Sunset, a weekend of free live music that is sure to get you moving and grooving. As the sun falls over the city each evening, a triple-bill line-up of some of Brisbane’s best musos will fill the air with an enchanting mix of jazz, blues, folk and world music. It all kicks off on Friday November 12, which will see Marcello Milani and Richard Grantham take the stage, followed by indie-folk singer LT, jazz ensemble TRICHOTOMY and country-folk singer-songwriter Danny Widdicombe.
The rest of the weekend is nothing short of musical magic too, with a top-notch roster of artists that is sure to put you in a good mood. Saturday November 13 will see blues rocker Dusty Miles entertain tune chasers, while rising jazz star Kayleigh Pincott and gypsy-jazz outfit Cigany Weaver will turn it up to 11. Rounding out three days of stellar serenading on Sunday November 14 is Balkan and Mediterranean world-music trio East of West, Indigenous R&B artist Chris Tamwoy and dynamite blues duo Hussy Hicks. Oh, and did we mention tastebud-tantalising food trucks will line the Performance Lawn? Yep, all of your senses will be satisfied at this sunset event.
Spring Sounds at Sunset is a completely free event held on the Performance Lawn at Brisbane Powerhouse from November 12–14. For more information, head over to the Brisbane Powerhouse website.
This article was written in partnership with Brisbane Powerhouse.