10 Brisbane Events Happening In July 2018

10 Exciting Events In Brisbane During July 2018

The city of Brisbane has a busy calendar jam-packed with events, food festivals, cultural exhibitions and a lot more. Relax on the banks of the river, as you explore this beautiful city in its entirety. Don’t forget to choose bus hire in Brisbane for a comfortable and convenient ride to these events in July 2018.

City Sounds: Ofa Fanaika

Known for her love of jazz and blues, R & B and old soul, she has been compared to singers like Roberta Flack, Nina Simone and Billie Holiday. She accompanies her voice with ukulele and guitar. Her irresistible and distinct vocal style evokes a selection of influences from older singers. Her skilful use of tremolo and rasping tenor lend well to sultry ballads, and she’s also capable of experimenting with lyrical assonance and utilizing her impressive vocal strength to capture the true essence.

Le Festival – Brisbane French Festival

Due to be held from the 6th to 8th of July, this festival is an open invitation to all the lovers of France right here in the city of Brisbane. Dress up in anything white, blue or red and join us for a fun weekend, to enjoy a selection of champagnes, divine wines, master classes and culinary delights, along with non-stop French entertainment. Le Festival has got something to offer everyone, so come along with your colleagues, friends and family to enjoy a weekend full of fun and entertainment.

The Sound Society: Roma Street Parkland – Tenille West Quartet – 8 July

With a versatility spanning across numerous genres of music, Tenille West will exploring a wide range of shape, colour and texture, throughout a heartfelt story. She’s also influenced by modern pop artists such as Florence Welsch and Sia. Her tonality ranging from pure and bright, throughout mellow and dark giving her story telling abilities, woven with a cheeky sense of humour and raw emotion. She wants the entire audience to be immersed and welcomed.

The Bowerbird and The Bride Exhibition

Starting 12th of July, this is an exhibition of 45 bridal gowns from the 1880s to 1970s. Ever since our childhood, Marion has been collecting garments, and her huge collection of accessories has grown in numbers, along with donations from fans, friends and family. The Bowerbird and The Bride is a fascinating insight into how Marion weaves together fiction and fact, showcasing fascinating stories and characters from each piece of clothing. From vintage and period wedding dresses to a stunning range of bouquets, headpieces and accessories, this exhibition brings alive each collection through a series of vignettes filled with nostalgia and beauty.

Peaks to Points Festival 2018

Explore the beauty in the backyard of the city, with the Peaks to Points Festival starting 14th of July. Through hands-on activities and free events, experience amazing natural spots on your doorstep. The festival brings together groups and community, government and businesses to celebrate the greater wild side, through bus tours, tree plantings, bush walking, birdwatching, canoeing and other eco-activities. You get to learn about wonderful natural environment and how to enhance and protect it. There will be live entertainment, farm animals, workshops and kids activities.

Australian Tattoo Expo

The Australian Tattoo Expo is coming to the city for its debut appearance, to light up the Sunshine city for a huge weekend of entertainment, art and tattoos. The 3-day event starting 20th of July, will be featuring some of the best tattoo artists from all over the country, along with some international figures. Visitors will have an opportunity to delve into the latest trends, and watch the tattoo competitions unfolding. The jam-packed program will be featuring the Fuel Girls, who are coming back down under to bring their high-end pyro show from the United Kingdom.

Moorooka State School Harmony Fete 2018

This annual fundraising fete on the 21st of July will have food stalls serving a wide spectrum of delicious dishes, with a chance to watch entertainment scenes from a well-stocked bar. Showbags, rides and games for the whole family will be on show at this year’s fete, with the community stalls selling a range of beautiful products from all across the globe. Get your hair coloured, your face painted, join the Lego competition and take part in craft activities. There will be performances including choirs, school bands, dance troupes, class groups and art displays.

Fresh Science QLD

The Collectors Cafe in Queensland Museum should be your place on the 23rd of July, if you have even slightest of curiosity to explore the science behind things. Fresh Science is an intense competition that helps early researchers find and share their stories of exploration. These researchers are basically the ones with little media experience, and they are transformed into a spokesperson for science, giving them the required limelight with a day of media training.

Night Noodle Markets

The highly anticipated Night Noodle Markets will be returning to Southbank this 25th of July, setting the city alive with sounds, smells and sights of over 20 wonderful Asian food stalls. Food-lovers will be feasting on signature dishes from the likes of N2 Gelato, Puffle, Black Star Pastry, Donburi Station, Waffleland and Hoy Pinoy. Also confirmed are Phat Elephant, Little Red Dumpling, Little Kyoto, Bao Brothers, Kin Cen, Steamed Dim Sum, Zagyoza, Bangkok Street Food and Sambal Kampung. For your convenience, the market has been kept cash free.

Around the World in 80 Days

Grab your seats for an amazing race, with unabashedly slapstick, runaway trains, raging typhoons and stampeding elephants. On the 28th of July, Phileas Fogg will be accompanying you for a journey along with his manservant Passepartout, as they venture out to win a bet by encircling the world in 80 days. Comic surprises, romance and danger will be the key elements of the show, being one of the greatest adventures of all time. This is a madcap, funny and epic adaptation of the novel by Jules Verne that should certainly not be missed. It should keep your fancy bone tickled, where the slapstick is laid on thick for the kids.

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