We're all feeling a bit chilly in this Winter weather, but there are plenty of reasons to get out and about this weekend! Check out what's on in Brisbane this weekend, July 16th and 17th 2017.
Red Wine Affair
Red Wine Lovers, this event’s for you! This Saturday July 15th, the Red Wine Affair is happening at Grand View Hotel. Bringing together more than 90 wines from premium Australian wineries, this event will let you pair great wines with great food.
Get your tickets here.
Regional Flavours returns to the picturesque South Bank Parklands this weekend 15th and 16th of July! It’s South Bank’s free premier food and wine festival – you won’t want to miss out on this event! Regional Flavours will feature delicious food, beer and wine, kid’s activities, free entertainment from celebrity chefs including Miguel Maestre, Tobie Puttock, Poh Ling Yeow and Darren Robertson and more.
Check out the program here.
World Press Photo Exhibition
See the world’s most compelling, controversial and intimate moments as captured by award-winning photojournalists from around the globe at the Brisbane Powerhouse.
The annual World Press Photo exhibition profiles the world’s top press photographers who captured an event or issue of great journalistic importance in the last year.
The exhibition will be open on both days this weekend between 9am and 9pm.
The MooFree Burgers Food Truck will be pulling into Everton Park for dinner this Sunday July 16th 2017!
Enjoy your Sunday evening at Charlie’s with all their options in one spot – Raw Squeeze, MooFree, Vegan Pantry and the Fruit Market. It’s your one stop shop to end the week and start the new one off on the right foot!
The Sound of Art
On Sunday at 2pm, Music and visual art unite for one memorable concert. Australian composer Elena Kats-Chernin will perform world premiere musical sketches created in response to the paintings of iconic Australian artists Margaret Olley AC and William Robinson AO.
This intimate concert at the William Robinson Gallery at the Old Government House will also feature performances by the exquisite Orava Quartet and Katie Noonan. An exhibition of selected paintings and a newly curated William Robinson exhibition will be on display at the venue, with images of the works that inspired Kats-Chernin’s improvisations projected throughout the performance in a unique and beautiful collision of music and art.
Get your tickets here.