Riverstage has presented countless diverse and memorable shows over the years and this September will celebrate its 30th anniversary. To commemorate this milestone, they want to hear about your experiences and memories from 30 years of celebrating music and culture at this iconic venue.
The unforgettable moments, shared with thousands of others. The way you felt, the impact the shows had, the incredible photo you took, the sore feet from dancing, the solidarity of your fellow crowd members in inclement weather. Take the Audience Memory Survey to share the memories that captured your heart and the shows you dream of seeing live at Riverstage in the future and help decide the top 30 Riverstage gigs in 30 years of live music and entertainment in Brisbane. You can also contribute to the Memory Box Archive by uploading digital artifacts, including photographs, ticket stubs, setlists, reviews, posters, programs and videos. In doing either, you'll go into the draw to win a double pass to any gig at the Riverstage in 2019.
Officially opened by Brisbane City Lord Mayor Sallyanne Atkinson on 7 September 1989, Riverstage is now an internationally recognised, iconic, outdoor live music amphitheater located in the heart of Brisbane City.
Riverstage is integral to Brisbane’s expression and a venue that celebrates our quality of life and a sense of place – built on Meanjin, connected to the lands and cultures of the Turrbal and Juggara nations.
The Top 30 gigs will be announced in the lead up to celebrating Riverstage’s 30th Anniversary.
Winners will be announced Thursday 30th May.
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