Tuesday 16 September, 6pm at Fogarty Park, Cairns
G20 Cultural Celebrations in association with Queensland Music Festival present TROPICAL JAM. A free twilight concert with a vibrant line-up of outstanding musical acts, including Australia's finest Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists. Featuring performances from Christine Anu, Busby Marou, Mau Power, Black Image and the Queensland Youth Orchestra with special guest James Morrison. Local musicians and dance groups will support this inspiring line-up shining the spotlight on Queensland as the world leaders visit for the G20 meetings. Find more information on the event HERE.
QUEENSLAND MUSIC FESTIVAL 2013 HIGHLIGHTS
From the 12 - 28 July 2013, the best of local, national and international talent brought every conceivable style of music to Queenslanders from all walks of life, in Brisbane and in 44 regional and remote centres. Many events were free, and more events than ever featured large-scale collaborative community engagement, creating works that truly reflect the life of our diverse and vibrant state. See highlights from our 2013 Festival HERE.
LOGAN CITY TO HOST MAJOR MUSIC FESTIVAL
Queensland Music Festival (QMF) have today announced a two-year partnership with Logan City Council to deliver Logan’s Music Celebration in July 2015, an event created by the community, for the community. Read more HERE.