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City Sounds Brisbane

By George Hadgelias

City Sounds is Australia’s largest free live music program, presenting local and touring bands and artists in the Queen Street Mall, Post Office Square, South Bank and other locations around Brisbane each week.

With everything from alternative and folk, to jazz and electro, and everything in between, City Sounds has something for every music lover.

From June 5, City Sounds expanded from Queen Street Mall and Brisbane’s CBD to nine new locations across the river at South Bank Parklands. Kicking off the first South Bank City Sounds weekend was contemporary jazz band SCAT, Shannon Marshall and the Souls Almighty, melodic folk solo artist Angharad Drake and indie-pop duo The Phoncurves. This opening weekend is a prime example of the amazing talent and diversity that’s on offer at City Sounds.

Performances at South Bank happen every Saturday at various locations around the Parklands, setting the scene for a dreamy weekend. To check out what’s happening this week, head to the City Sounds website or Facebook.

DATE & TIMESat July 30 2016 ‐ Fri November 02 2018, 3:00 pm

NEXT ON:

Sat November 04 2017
Sat November 11 2017
LOCATIONVarious locations
South Bank Parklands

WEBSITECity Sounds – South Bank

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