Are you ready to make Queensland music history? Queensland’s 2022 music award season begins with nominations now open for artists and filmmakers who released songs and music videos between 1 Dec 2020 and 30 Nov 2021!
BRISBANE WINTER SESSIONS IS A NEW ANNUAL MUSIC FESTIVAL HELD IN AUGUST, PROUDLY SUPPORTED BY BRISBANE CITY COUNCIL AND PRESENTED BY QMUSIC.
After a challenging past 12 months for the live music industry, Winter Sessions is all about celebrating Brisbane's amazing live music scene. Taking place in Brissie’s most iconic venues, from the CBD to the suburbs, the Winter Sessions program features a stellar lineup of established and emerging artists, across a wide range of music genres.
The inaugural year of this festival includes more than 30 free and ticketed events, with over 100 artists performing in 16 venues. This music festival delivers 6 days and nights of programming, including performances with your favourite Brisbane music legends, as well as an epic street party, and culminates in the ultimate Ekka Holiday celebration. Brisbane Winter Sessions will kick off on Thursday 5th August and end on Wednesday 11th August 2021.
Featuring acts like Miiesha, Thy Art is Murder, Clea, Methyl Ethyl, Last Dinosaurs, Sweater Curse, Nina Las Vegas, and many more, check out the full lineup below!
Valley Fiesta is back October 28-30 to make the rescheduled Ekka long weekend the most Valley weekend ever! With over 150 bands in 21 venues, get back to the Valley for three nights of FIESTA!
Creative Arts Alliance's Live and Local Series kicks off this weekend, and QMusic's very own Development and Program Manager Dom Miller will be presenting a series of panels and workshops.
QMusic supports the call by live music and entertainment industry bodies for the adoption of a government-backed insurance scheme to provide certainty for the Australian live music and entertainment sector.
One of Australasia’s biggest annual music prizes, the Levi’s® Music Prize in partnership with BIGSOUND, awards a total of $90,000 to emerging artists ASHWARYA, Beddy Rays, Birdz, Jerome Farah, JK-47, and Sycco.
In yet another blow to the Australian music industry, COVID-19 has forced BIGSOUND, the Southern Hemisphere’s biggest industry gathering, to be cancelled.