Lord Mayor's City Hall Concerts

Lord Mayor's City Hall Concerts

February 04, 2020 - November 24, 2020

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.

UPCOMING SHOWS

That'll be the Day 'The Buddy Holly and Friends Story' - Tuesday 4th February
Chris Knight has entertained audiences worldwide with his tribute to the great Buddy Holly. His performances are aided by his uncanny likeness in appearance to Buddy Holly and his energy in presenting a dynamic show. With vocal tones that authentically mirror the original artist, Chris Knight’s homage to one of rock n roll greats is a unique experience. Complete with his five piece backing band, his show represents a live musical interpretation of Buddy Holly’s best known hits.

Souled Out - Tuesday 11th February
Souled Out is a powerhouse 10 piece band with a five piece horn section and the funkiest rhythm section in the land, bring you some of the best  soul and funk music in the country. With Chicago hits like Saturday in the Park, Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?, along with classic songs from Blood Sweat and Tears, Prince and Tower of Power, you'll be tapping your feet and dancing in the aisles!

Life of a Composer - Tuesday 18th February
Chopin’s Revolutionary Love: music and drama Frederic Chopin’s turbulent relationship with the nineteenth century fiction writer George Sand is told through Chopin’s music and Sand’s writing. Featuring Dr Christian Heim on piano and Dr Caroline Heim playing the notorious ‘George’ Sand. Meticulously researched and based on their letters and journals, the production is part concert, part play. Set against a Parisian background of Napoleonic Wars and the Industrial Revolution, this production reveals the true heart of Chopin’s and Sand’s all-consuming attraction.

Asleep at the Reel - Tuesday 25th February
Asleep at the Reel evoke the sound of a lively Irish pub, of flying fiddles and rich voices in harmony around an open fire. Their songs are stories – some of them hundreds of years old – wrapped up in music. Their rollicking jigs and reels will keep your feet tapping. The Irish call it the craic.

Image Credit: Paul Brandon