Lord Mayor's City Hall Concerts

Lord Mayor's City Hall Concerts

February 26, 2019 - November 26, 2019

City Hall Concerts take place in Brisbane City Hall from February through to November every Tuesday from 12-1pm. Concerts are FREE and no booking is required.



A Pommie Night Out - Tuesday 2nd April
Dynamic pint-sized British comedienne Bubble and David Lee-Jay present a nostalgic concert of slapstick humour and sing-along from the Old Dart.

Piping Hot Brass - Tuesday 9th April
Enjoy Brisbane City Hall's magnificent pipe organ played by Phillip Gearing in collaboration with Queensland Conservatorium Brass Band.

Mood Music Swing Band - Tuesday 16th April
Showcasing some of Brisbane's most seasoned professional musicians, the Mood Music Swing Band transports you to the famous era of swing jazz.

Marcio Bahia Quintet (Brazil) - Tuesday 23rd April
One of the most phenomenal jazz drummers in the world, Marcio joins acclaimed local musicians to perform much-loved Brazilian and jazz standards.

The Life and Music of Neil Diamond - Tuesday 30th April
Ludy Sigrist presents his favourite hits from one of the world's premier contemporary entertainers, Neil Diamond.

To Sérgio With Love - Tuesday 7th May
A super-swingin' latin pop cocktail of the biggest hits of Sérgio Mendes and Brazil66, including The Look of Love, One Note Samba, Daytripper and Mas Que Nada. From the team that brought you the hugely successful Bossa Nova Sunset Club series, comes the hit show from Anywhere Festival and Queensland Cabaret Festival. Sérgio Mendes took his Brazilian roots and melded them with his singular pop sensibilities to create major hits across the Western world, from movie soundtracks to chart-topping songs by composers including Burt Bacharach, The Beatles, JJ Cayle and Jorge Ben. Featuring some of the quirkiest, kitschest and coolest hits of the 60s, including Mas Que Nada, The Look of Love, Chove Chuva, One Note Samba and Daytripper, you'll be transported back to the era when everyone was grooving to the Brazilian-pop explosion that was Sérgio Mendes and Brazil 66.

Banksia Wind Quintet - Tuesday 14th May
The Banksia Wind Quintet will bring a fresh perspective to music making when joined by Dario Scalabrini on clarinet.

Estampa - Tuesday 21st May
Evoking visions of Parisian laneways, South American sensuality, and European folk-music, Estampa delivers an energetic, internationally-inspired performance. Combining a unique blend of violin, voice, piano accordion and double bass, expect an eclectic experience that will leave you feeling like you’ve entered a 1930’s Parisian jazz club or the streets of São Paulo. ‘Estampa' is comprised of Rebecca Karlen on violin, vocals and percussion, Paul Henderson on guitar, John Reeves on accordion and Sam McBride on bass and vocals.

The Soul Men Blues Brothers Show - Tuesday 28th May
The band is back together and on a mission to entertain with a showtime concert from the classic cult movie, The Blues Brothers.

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