Chantal Walsh | 24 February 2020

Supercell Dance Festival: Tuesday February 25

Supercell: Festival of Contemporary Dance continues its thought-provoking and innovative cultural showcase. On Tuesday, Australian Dance Party artists will lead ‘Uniquely Yours’ – a workshop drawing from the environmental consequences of Australia’s mining mentality. Originally commissioned for National Science Week ACT, Mine! has been re-imagined in 2020 for our very own Queen St Mall. 

For more info see the event listing, here. 

Wine Club Wednesdays: Wednesday February 26

It's only fair that wine lover's get their own club too and thanks to the crew at Barbara, there's now such thing as Wine Club Wednesdays – a weekly event that celebrates all things grape. Taste local wines and cheeses while bopping to DJ Greaves spin Italo disco beats. 

For more info see the event listing, here

Russell Brand: Thursday February 27

Comedian Russell Brand will lead a funny and profound night of spirituality as he guides audiences through the system that saved his life. Whether you're seeking guidance or giggles, you're guaranteed to leave satisfied.

Tickets from $89.90, available here

Business Moreton Bay Region presents Roxy Jacenko LIVE: Friday February 28

Catch one of Australia's most influential businesswomen in person at this unique business lunch event. The dynamic force behind Sweaty Betty PR and The Ministry of Talent, Roxy will serve up hard-learned business advice, alongside a two-course lunch with drinks. Tickets include exclusive access to a post-event networking function.

Tickets $89, available here.

Ginfused Festival: Saturday February 29

Whether you like your gin classic or are a fan of its quirkier concoctions (blue floral or strawberry, anyone?) you’ll find your perfect variety at Pig ’N’ Whistle Brunswick Street’s epic Ginfused Festival this Saturday. 

For more info see the event listing, here

Nine Lives Festival: Sunday February 29

To coincide with its ninth Birthday, Brisbane’s favourite record store Jet Black Cat Music presents its inaugural Nine Lives Festival. There will be BBQ’s burning, coffee and beverages brewing, dogs tails waggin’, and a world class line-up of artists including Aldous Harding (NZ), Angie McMahon, Julia Jacklin, Allah-Las (USA), Kevin Morby (USA), Kikagaku Moyo (Japan), Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever and many, many more.

Tickets from $99.90, available here


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