Beyond the Barricade, The White Album Concert and More this July at QPAC

Posted in Local Area & Events @ May 11th 2018 10:31pm - By Administrator
Beyond The Barricade

With our Brisbane Southbank apartments, you can enjoy the best spot to savour some of Brisbane’s leading shows and cultural entertainment at its most iconic venue: the Queensland Performing Arts Centre. Book now and enjoy these upcoming shows in July!

Air Play
Air Play is a unique conceptual show that makes use of the very air we breathe. Coming all the way from New York, Air Play is a sight to behold, as floating umbrellas and other objects fly over the stage and above the audience alongside circus feats and performance art that will have you in awe long after it ends. Don’t miss it this July 5 until July 8.

Beyond the Barricade
Relive your favourite musicals all over again with Beyond the Barricade. It’s two hours of musical hits from the likes of Miss Saigon, West Side Story, The Phantom of the Opera, and more. Catch it in Brisbane on July 10.

The Everly Brothers in Concert
The Robertson Brothers are back and this time they’ll be paying tribute to rock ’n’ roll duo The Everly Brothers. Hear all of their classics including “All I Have to Do Is Dream”, “Wake Up Little Susie”, “Bye Bye Love” and the rest performed live by The Robertson Brothers, as well as additional performances from Jeff Fallon and Del Shannon. Fans of The Everly Brothers mark your calendars now for July 13.

Both Sides Now
Celebrate the very best of Joni Mitchell in ‘Both Sides Now’, which will feature five unique Australian performers singing all of her most famous songs. With nine bestselling studio albums and nine Grammys, Joni Mitchell has solidified herself as one of the most successful female singer-songwriters in folk and pop music history. If you love Joni Mitchell, don’t miss this incredible tribute on July 18.

The White Album Concert
Fans of The Beatles can enjoy a critically-acclaimed live show this July featuring all the biggest songs from The White Album. The Beatles was The Beatles’ ninth studio album released in 1968, which became famous for its mysterious plain white cover, earning it the unofficial title of ‘The White Album'. Featuring hit songs “Blackbird”, “While My Guitar Gently Weeps”, “Dear Prudence”, “Helter Skelter”, The White Album became an instant classic, and one of The Beatles’ most celebrate albums to present day. The White Album Concert is a sensational tribute to this iconic album, featuring world-class Australian performers. See it this July 19 and July 20.

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