What’s On In Brisbane This Weekend

Friday 5 July to Monday 8 July 2019

Le Festival – Brisbane French Festival

Don’t miss one of Australia’s biggest French events of the year.

A variety of French “délicatesses” is promised for you to enjoy. Take a stroll through the famous French market with hours of premier acts and French melodies.

Festival opening hours:

  • Friday 5 July – 5-10pm
  • Saturday 6 July – 9am-11pm
  • Sunday 7 July – 9am-6pm.

For more information visit Le Festival.

Friday 5 July 2019

Queensland Music Festival 2019

Queensland Music Festival’s program caters to all kinds of music lovers, with a range of free and ticketed events and a variety of genres. For more information, or to see the full schedule visit Queensland Music Festival.

Saturday 6 July 2019

Jan Powers Farmers Markets

This busy Brisbane Farmers Market is a great place to spend a Saturday morning, browsing through the fresh produce and eating the delicious food produce lined along the walkway selling a range of fresh products.

You will be amazed with low prices of the fruits and vegetables.

For more information visit Jan Powers Farmers Markets.

Saturday 6 July 2019

Teneriffe Festival 2019

Come along to Teneriffe Festival which will include live music, the Defiant Duck Laneway, Tastes of Teneriffe, Teneriffe Historical Bus Tour, and River Stage.

More information here.

Sunday 7 July 2019

Brisbane Brazilian Carnival

Come and enjoy the intoxicating beats of the drums and experience the vibrancy of Brazilian Carnival parade right here in Brisbane.

The event aims to replicate (albeit on a smaller scale) the music, alas (sections), vibrant costumes, and incredible samba dance as components of a traditional Brazilian carnival parade.

After the parade, head to Cloudland for the after party to watch the best compete in the Australasian Samba Queen Competition.

More information here.

Sunday 7 July 2019

Riverside at the Gardens Market​

Come and check out the range of art and fashion under the Queensland sun.

Live music every morning, and great international food and coffee.

More information here.

What's on in Brisbane this weekend

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