Brisbane Festival unveils full 2018 lineup

Featuring Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Jen Cloher, Destroyer And More

After teasing punters late last month with an early release featuring the likes of Violent Soho and San Cisco, Brisbane Festival has announced its full music lineup for 2018's festivities, showcasing a premium bunch of homegrown talent as well as some big name international acts.

With indie darlings Ball Park Music and San Cisco set to open the event in September, a variety of Brisbane venues will play host to performances from a curated selection of high-brow international talent, including pscyh-soul wunderkinds Unknown Mortal Orchestra and Canadian indie stalwarts Destroyer. The festival is also set to feature performances from the likes of Eskimo Joe, The Teskey Brothers, Jen Cloher, Tkay Maidza, Sarah Blasko, and Yothu Yindi and The Treaty Project.

 

 

If that's not enough for you, the Brisbane Festival is throwing a closing party to end the festivities with a bang, featurin a stellar lineup including Violent Soho, Methyl Ethel, Meg Mac, and WAAX. There's also a back-to-back DJ set pitting CC : DISCO and Touch Sensitive against one another, and a musical production called 'Gratitude and Grief' which stars the likes of Katie Noonan's Elixir, Michael Leuing and Camerata. Who knew Brisvegas had so much to offer?

 

Check out the full lineup below, and hit the link for tickets.

 

Brisbane Festival 2018

Various Locations, Saturday September 8 - Saturday September 29, 2018

Ball Park Music
San Cisco
Ruby Fields
Tia Gostelo

Violent Soho
Meg Mac
Methyl Ethel
WAAX

Gratitude & Grief – Katie Noonan’s Elixir, Michael Leunig and Camerata
Eskimo Joe w/ Camerata

Destroyer
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever
Jen Cloher
The Teskey Brothers
Tkay Maidza
Touch Sensitive / CC : Disco B2B

Unknown Mortal Orchestra
Harry James Angus – Struggle With Glory
Yothu Yindi and The Treaty Project
Pub Choir

Sarah Blasko
Gareth Liddiard
Polish Club

 

Grab your tickets here.

 

Image via Nick McKinlay.

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