Things to do in Brisbane
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The Stereosonic 2012 lineup for Sydney, Perth, Melbourne, Adelaide and Brisbane has been announced, with a wide range of acts spanning several genres, including trance, dubstep, house, and electro; there’s a band for everyone’s taste in this lineup. Headlining most cities will be Tiësto, Avicii, Calvin Harris and Carl Cox. As expected Dillon Francis and Destructo are playing, as well ...
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The lineup for Future Music Festival 2013 is yet to be announced, not even a date or a location, (although a little bird has given us info on the Adelaide venue change). They teased us something vicious by declaring that they would reveal an ‘all star’ act if they received 1000 likes. The demands were met, but they fell through ...
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Harvest Festival returns again for its second year, and the 2012 lineup will look just as good as the last. Brought to you by the guys behind the popular metal/punk/hardcore event Soundwave, this festival aims to bring something a little different to the market by recreating a typical European indie events lineup. As Expected we see Grizzly Bear on the ...
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Offbeat singer/songwriter Phil Elverum has taken to his website and posted news that his indie folk band Mount Eerie will be headed to Australia sometime during January/February 2013. The timing of the freshly announced tour makes Mount Eerie a viable candidate for St Jerome’s Laneway Festival. Tone Deaf has reported that the rumours on Laneway lineup possibilities are starting to ...
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Last year did a cruise with P&O around the Whitsunday's here in Australia, It was awesome. I must say as a first time cruiser I was iffy that I would enjoy it. Lots of people told me I would but I was like "oh yeah sure". That is until I did it. It is the most relaxing enjoyable way to ...
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Parklife! In its epic 2012 instalment, the crew over at Fuzzy are leaving no stone unturned as they drop their splendid array of artists. After the extremely successful 2011 leg of the festival, there was a slight hesitation as to whether it could be outdone, and by the looks of things they truly are off to a great start. The ...
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Watch the sun go down and the city light up over a few drinks at Eagle Street Pier. It's the most relaxed Brisbane's (smaller) answer to Wall Street ever gets and there isn't a prettier place in town to loosen the tie or let your hair down. Brisbane's best restaurants rub shoulders with the coolest bars, making it a one-stop ...Popular withTrendstersLuxuryNightlife