Valley Fiesta is back with a four-day line-up of live events held across 14 venues from November 19 to 22.
For more than two decades, this music festival has been Brisbane’s weekend-long extended party, showcasing the established and emerging talent of Fortitude Valley’s live music scene in new and heritage venues.
At this year’s showcase, fans are invited to party-on-down to a jam-packed program of homegrown acts.
The first line-up release features an inspired mix of artists that includes local luminaries from legendary singer Robert Forster and ‘90s alt-rockers Screamfeeder to new talent including dance-punksters DZ Deathrays performing a special DJ set and singer-songwriter Jaguar Jonze.
Other line-ups are indie rockers The Cairos, singer-songwriter Greta Stanley, Kate Miller- Heidke, punk rockers Total Pace, local DJ Dameeeela, eclectic dance act First Beige and rock band Tired Lion.
Presented by Brisbane City Council and QMusic, this festival is a COVID-safe event and will operate within current safety plans stipulated by Queensland Health.
Brisbane City Council Community, Arts and Night-time Economy Chair Councillor Vicki Howard said Valley Fiesta provided a fantastic platform for the city’s emerging musical and creative talent in the world-renowned Fortitude Valley Live Entertainment Precinct.
“Having live music back in the Valley with the popular Valley Fiesta also means Brisbane is back in business, bringing people back into our venues,” Howard said.
Patrons are advised to look up COVID-safe plans before the event. Tickets can be purchased at www.qmusic.com.au