SUNDAZE AT WILL & FLOW
When: Every Sunday until Sunday 28 February, 12.30pm – 4.30pm
Where: Will & Flow, Brisbane City
Tickets: Free entry
More Info: willandflow.com.au
Sip, sip, hooray! Brisbane’s newest overwater venue is serving up the ultimate Sunday sesh this summer.

Enjoy $15 cocktails, a mouth-watering menu and live tunes as you watch the sunset over the Brisbane River at Sundaze at Will & Flow.

SUNNY SIDE UP
When: Until Sunday 18 April 2021
Where: Various locations across Brisbane
Tickets: Free
More Info: brisbane.qld.gov.au
Immerse yourself in the colourful and vivacious vibe of the Sunshine State at Brisbane City Council’s newest Outdoor Gallery, Sunny Side Up.

Waltz through the streets of Brisbane and take the tour of eye-catching photography, sculpture, video, animation and illustration from emerging local artists.

FRUIT SALAD, THE ADVENTUROUS TALES OF A CONVENT CAT
When: Every Tuesday – Sunday until Sunday 18 April
Where: Adderton: house & heart of mercy, 547 Ann St, Brisbane
Tickets: Free
More Info: adderton.org.au
Take your little ones on a self-guided adventure through Adderton’s revamped art gallery these school holidays.

Children can explore Adderton’s exhibitions and learn how to make a positive difference in the world with the free activity book, Fruit Salad, the adventurous tales of a Convent Cat.

#KNOWLEDGEKEEPERS
When: Until Sunday 18 April
Where: Adderton: house & heart of mercy, 547 Ann St, Brisbane
Tickets: Free
More Info: adderton.org.au
Embark on a visual journey through the Indigenous history of Inala, mapped out on a possum skin at Adderton’s latest exhibition, #KnowledgeKeepers.

This partnership between artist Carol McGregor, Elders, knowledge-keepers and community members shines a light on how Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have sculpted the area.

HE | SHE | THEY | THEM | US
When: Until Sunday 18 April
Where: Adderton: house & heart of mercy, 547 Ann St, Brisbane
Tickets: Free
More Info: adderton.org.au
Explore notions of visibility and invisibility, capacity and capability, acceptance and difference – particularly for people living with disability – at He | She | They | Them | Us.

This video portrait exhibition captures seven individuals who are often overlooked, underestimated and misunderstood and implores visitors to examine and reflect on their thoughts and ideas about others.

LIVEWIRED FREE COMEDY: SUMMER SESSIONS
When: Frida 29 January and Saturday 30 January, 6pm
Where: Brisbane Powerhouse, New Farm
Tickets: Free
More Info: brisbanepowerhouse.org
Brisbane Powerhouse’s FREE comedy event is back by popular demand for two sizzling summer sessions.

ON FIRE: CLIMATE AND CRISIS
When: Saturday 30 January – Saturday 20 March
Where: Institute of Modern Art, Fortitude Valley
Tickets: Free
More Info: ima.org.au
The Institute of Modern Art’s latest exhibition, On Fire: Climate and Crisis, explores the fragility of Queensland’s climate through breathtaking artwork from emerging, established and posthumous Queensland artists.
Curated by Tim Riley Walsh, this inward look on the damaging legacies of colonialism and Australia’s disconnection with its environment examines the impending effects of the climate crisis through contemporary Queensland art.

EMMA DEAN
When: Saturday 30 January, 7pm
Where: Powerhouse Theatre, New Farm
Tickets: From $34 + booking fee
More Info: brisbanepowerhouse.org
Join theatrical songstress Emma Dean, a baby grand piano and some of her beloved musical friends for an intimate and melodic night in.

MZAZA
When: Saturday 6 February, 7.30pm
Where: Powerhouse Theatre
Tickets: $45 + booking fee
More Info: brisbanepowerhouse.org
Multi-award-winning world music favourites MZAZA are back by popular demand after a sell-out season at Brisbane Festival.
Take a step away from the everyday and contemplate our place in the universe to the sounds of some of Australia’s most diverse musicians, storytellers and composers at The Birth & Death of Stars.

CAIRNS SUMMER SOUNDS
When: Thursday 4 February – Saturday 27 February
Where: Cairns Performing Arts Centre, Cairns City
Tickets: $115.50 + booking fee
More Info: cairns.qld.gov.au
The biggest names in Aussie music are bringing the sounds of summer to the Cairns Performing Arts Centre.

Music lovers of all genres and generations can groove at Cairns Summer Sounds, with headline performances from homegrown hit-makers Tones and I, Amy Shark, Bernard Fanning and John Butler.

BRISBANE CYCLING FESTIVAL
When: Wednesday 24 March – Monday 12 April
Where: Various locations across Brisbane
Tickets: Free – $219
More Info: brisbanecyclingfestival.com
Don your finest lycra, buckle your helmet and get ready for the ride of your life, Brisbane Cycling Festival is back!

With professional, amateur and mass participation events for cyclists of all ages and abilities, Brisbane Cycling Festival is set to be Australia’s biggest cycling festival of 2021.

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