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Catch These Unmissable Live Music Events This July in Brisbane

Posted in Local Area & Events @ May 21st 2018 9:21am - By Administrator
Beyond The Barricade

Hot Dub Time Machine
Experience the world’s hottest music phenomenon with Hot Dub Time Machine’s highly-anticipated return to Brisbane this winter. This global DJ sensation weaves together song after song from more than six decades of music, offering a nostalgic and dance-worthy night of nothing but the best pop songs ever made. Hot Dub Time Machine’s upcoming show at the The Tivoli in Brisbane is going to be another groundbreaking night of pure music hits. Don’t miss it on July 6.

Star Wars: A New Hope in Concert
The Queensland Symphony Orchestra presents Star Wars: A New Hope in Concert, a special live dedication to the famous soundtrack by John Williams. The film compositions to epic space saga Star Wars have become some of the most recognisable in film history, and this winter you can hear them live and performed by one of Australia’s leading orchestras. Witness Star Wars: A New Hope in Concert this July 7 at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Beyond the Barricade
See past performers from London’s Les Miserables perform the iconic musical songs from Evita, Miss Saigon, Wicked, Phantom of the Opera and more with Beyond the Barricade. This brand new musical sensation is a spectacle to behold, and an absolute treat for those with a burning passion for musical theatre. Sing and dance along this July 10 at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre.

The Everly Brothers in Concert
Enjoy the very best of The Everly Brothers live on stage with this world-class tribute concert at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre. Featuring The Robertson Brothers as well as Jeff Fallon and Del Shannon, The Everly Brothers in Concert is not to be missed for diehard fans. Catch is this July 13.

The White Album Concert
‘The White Album’ is widely-known as one of The Beatles’ most celebrated masterpieces. Featuring the songs “Blackbird”, “Dear Prudence”, and “Helter Skelter”, The Beatles’ self-titled 1968 album - more famously known as ‘The White Album’ - is a classic that will stand the test of time. This July 19 and July 20, hear all of the album’s most famous songs live at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre, performed by a group of world-class singers and musicians.

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