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The Brisbane Festival Line Up Just Dropped!

By Rachel Lay
30th Jun 2016

Brisbane Festival 2016

Everyone’s favourite time of the year has finally rolled around again—Brisbane Festival is back! The hotly anticipated line-up has just dropped, and we’ve got our highlighters out and have all the good bits circled. And they’re all the good bits, FYI. Brisbane is well and truly on show: 70 productions, 540 performances, and five venues make for one hell of a 2016 Brisbane Festival. Make sure you check the full program for all the details.  

Here are the highlights, just for you:

Blanc de Blanc | Bubbles, bare flesh, and breathtaking acrobatics are promised with this high-end spectacle. Get your tickets here

California Crooners Club | There’s something to be said about the combination of a multi-award winning Australian TV star, two mates, a love for jazz and a primo pick of chat topping hits. It’s pretty awesome. Get your tickets here

Meow Meow’s Little Mermaid |Everyone’s favourite sea based love story is back, except way cooler. Expect a shrewd twist on the tale of happy endings. Get your tickets here. 

La Verita | Fresh from the imagination from the minds behind Cirque du Soleil’s Corteo and Luzia, prepare to enter the mind-scape of Salvador Dali. Get your tickets here. 

En Avant, Marchet | An epic combo of dance, music, theatre and opera work to make this one hell of a show. Get your tickets here

Rules Of The Game | Pharrell Williams has teamed up with uber-accomplished choreographer Jonah Bokaer to bring us Rules Of The Game, and we’re only the second city in the world to see it! Get your tickets here

The Snow White Series | Four separate works will be making an appearance this year to showcase the story of Snow White, each in a unique way. Get your tickets here

The Sounds Of Brisbane Festival | Music lovers rejoice, because there’s a seriously cool music line up coming, too. Kim Gordon, Montaigne, Pink Martini, Kilo Kish, Robert Forster, Custard and george, plus more!

Brisbane Festival 2016 runs from September 3-24. Grab your tickets here, and check out the full program here

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