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Australia concerts in 2024: here’s a list of shows and tours coming up

Big names confirmed for tours Down Under in 2024 include Coldplay, Taylor Swift, Blink-182 and Pink

Will Champion, Chris Martin and Guy Berryman of Coldplay performing in 2023, photo by Jordi Vidal/Redferns via Getty Images

Fresh out of a pandemic, Australia’s 2023 touring calendar was one of the busiest in recent memory, as artists of all stripes took centrestage everywhere from stadium shows to intimate local gigs. With a starry schedule that included the likes of Post Malone , Red Hot Chili Peppers , and Mötley Crüe , it’ll be tricky for 2024’s schedule to outdo its predecessor – and yet, thanks to the likes of Taylor Swift , Blink-182 and Pink , it’s poised to do just that.

From debut headline shows for breakout artists to bustling festival sideshow programs, there’s something for everyone to enjoy as a stellar batch of musicians make their way Down Under in 2024. Read on for NME’s roundup of all the biggest concerts and tours coming to Australia this year.

Here are the concerts and tours coming to Australia in 2024:

Noah Kahan: We’ll All Be Here Forever Tour When: January 17 – January 27 Find tickets and more info

‘Stick Season’ approaching: US singer-songwriter is embarking on the Aussie leg of his We’ll All Be Here Forever Tour, which is sold out but for one show, January 18’s concert at Melbourne’s Sidney Myer Music Bowl.

Julie Byrne When: January 17 – January 25 Find tickets and more info

Following her two sets at Sydney Festival from January 17-19, Julie Byrne will embark on her own headline tour with stops in Melbourne and Castlemaine. The singer-songwriter will perform at Darebin Arts Centre in the former city on January 24, before taking to Castlemaine’s Theatre Royal on January 25. The string of shows is in support of Byrne’s latest album ‘The Greater Wings’. Click the above link to find tickets.

Noah Kahan: We’ll Be Here Forever Tour When: January 17 – January 27 Find tickets and more info

Ascendant singer-songwriter Noah Kahan’s Australian tour begins with two back-to-back shows at Melbourne’s Sidney Myer Music Bowl from January 17, followed by a performance at Riverstage in Brisbane on January 20 . From there, Kahan will tour his album ‘Stick Season (We’ll All Be Here Forever)’ with a two-night outing at Hordern Pavilion in Sydney from January 23, before finalising the run of dates on January 27 at Perth’s Red Hill Auditorium. Find ticketing info here.

NOFX When: January 20 – January 27 Find tickets and more info

In what’s been billed as their last-ever Australian tour, NOFX will take to stages across the east coast in early 2024, promising to perform 40 songs a night at each of their tour stops in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne. The six-date schedule encompasses two performances in each city, and will see the punk band deliver a new setlist at each show. Expect to hear fan favourites from albums like ‘Punk In Drublic’ and ‘The Decline’, among many others. Find tickets here.

The Breeders When: January 22 – January 31 Find tickets and more info

The Breeders begin their east coast jaunt with a show at Enmore Theatre in Sydney on January 22, before taking to Melbourne Forum the following week for a two-night outing on January 29 and 30. The alt-rock band conclude their four-date Australian run – their first in the country since 2018 – with a final performance at The Tivoli in Brisbane on January 31. Find tickets here.

Lord Huron When: January 24 – January 28 Find tickets and more info

The cinematic Los Angeles indie-folk outfit Lord Huron will return to Australia for the first time since 2018. Ben Schenider and co. will play four east coast headline shows towards the start of the year. Three of those dates have sold out, but Lord Huron have added a new show at Sydney’s Factory Theatre on January 28. Since their last visit, the band have released their fourth studio album, ‘Long Lost’.

Sea Girls When: January 24 – January 28 Find tickets and more info

London indie rockers Sea Girls are playing a trio of headline shows in Sydney (Oxford Arts Factory), Melbourne (Corner Hotel) and Brisbane (The Zoo) over a brisk five days in January. These dates come ahead of a new album, ‘Midnight Butterflies’, in June.

Milky Chance: Living In A Haze – Australia & NZ Tour When: January 26 – February 9 Find tickets and more info

Australia’s favourite German folk pop duo Milky Chance return down under in 2024, playing their own headline shows around Tasmania’s Party in the Paddock. You’ll be sure to hear their massive breakout single ‘Stolen Dance’ – which turned 10 in 2023. Find tickets and dates here.

Gregory Alan Isakov: Appaloosa Bones Australia and New Zealand Tour 2024 When: January 27 – February 4 Find tickets and more info

Johannesburg-born, Colorado-based folk singer-songwriter Gregory Alan Isakov will celebrate the release of his sixth album ‘Appaloosa Bones’ with a headline tour of Australia and New Zealand in 2024. For the Aussie leg, he’ll perform in Brisbane, Adelaide, Fremantle, Sydney and Melbourne.

Louis Tomlinson When: January 28 – February 2 Find tickets and more info

Louis Tomlinson  shot to fame with  One Direction , who formed on The X Factor in 2010. Since the group parted ways in 2016, Tomlinson released his 2020 solo debut album ‘Walls’; followed by last year’s chart-topping ‘Faith In The Future’, which scored a four-star review from NME ‘s Rhian Daly.

On January 28, Tomlinson will perform at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl, before performing at the Riverstage in Brisbane on January 30. Tomlinson will wrap up his Australian leg of the Faith in the Future world tour at the Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney on February 2.

RAYE: My 21st Century Blues tour When: January 31 – February 1

2023 was arguably a breakout year for English singer-songwriter RAYE , following the release of her debut album ‘My 21st Century Blues’ in February and her hit collaboration with 070 Shake , ‘Escapism.’ In the new year, she’s poised to tour the project with two headline shows at Sydney’s Enmore Theatre (January 31) and Melbourne’s Forum (February 1), before stealing the spotlight at each of the six Laneway festival stages from February 3 to February 11. Find tickets here.

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Laneway sideshows: AJ Tracey , d4vd , DOMi & JD BECK , Paris Texas , Hemlocke Springs , Blondshell , Faye Webster , Steve Lacy and Unknown Mortal Orchestra

Alongside RAYE, Laneway’s 2024 edition has spawned a starry sideshow program, with Unknown Mortal Orchestra kicking off proceedings with a trio of headline shows in Sydney , Hobart and Melbourne from January 30 to February 9. For his part, Laneway headliner Steve Lacy will perform two shows at the Sydney Opera House (January 31 and February 1), while Faye Webster will grace stages in Melbourne and Sydney on those same dates.

NME Cover stars Hemlocke Springs and Blondshell will bring their debut 2023 projects to stages in Melbourne and Sydney in early February, with the latter musician enlisting support act The Belair Lip Bombs for her shows . DOMi & JD Beck and d4vd will also perform in those cities in February, with the former jazz duo also completing an additional tour stop in Brunswick Heads on February 2.

Paris Texas embark on their two-date run with shows in Sydney (February 1) and Melbourne (February 9), before AJ Tracey rounds out Laneway’s sideshow program with performances at Enmore Theatre and Melbourne Forum on February 2 and February 8, respectively. Click the above links to find tickets for each respective artist.

  • READ MORE: Laneway Festival Melbourne 2023 review: an exhilarating day of curious contrasts

Rise Against When: February 4 – February 5 Find tickets and more info

Rise Against ’s first Australian shows since 2018 will kick off on February 4 at Forum in Melbourne. The Chicago punk rock stalwarts will then perform at Sydney’s Enmore Theatre the following night (February 5), concluding their Australian run in support of ‘Nowhere Generation’ and its 2022 EP follow-up ‘Nowhere Generation II’. Head here for tickets.

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Blink-182 When: February 8 – 27 Find tickets and more info

Longtime Blink fans don’t need to be told how special the American pop-punk legends’ upcoming tour is. Last time they visited the country in 2013, drummer Travis Barker sat out the shows as he was still recovering from a fear of flying. Since then, guitarist/vocalist Tom DeLonge quit (in 2015) and rejoined (last year) . Barker (who’s now able to take flights again ) is onboard for the upcoming dates, meaning these gigs will be the first Mark, Tom and Travis shows to grace our shores since 2004.

By the time they arrive, they’ll have a new album in tow, and – judging by their recent sets at Coachella and the opening dates of their world tour – sounding as good as they have in a long time. To further sweeten the deal, Chicago punks Rise Against will be joining them on the run, playing their first Australian shows since 2019.

Paul Weller When: February 9 – February 12 Find tickets and more info

Armed with a discography that spans both his time as The Jam ’s frontman and his more recent solo work, Paul Weller brings his artistry to the Sydney Opera House across three dates in February. The singer-songwriter kicks off the brief exclusive residency with back-to-back shows on February 9 and February 10, before concluding the trio of Concert Hall shows on February 12. Find tickets here.

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Pink When: February 9 – March 23 Find tickets and more info

Australia bloody loves Pink , and she’s apparently pretty fond of her “home away from home” too. In 2009, she played 58 shows here as part of her Funhouse tour, performing for some 660,000 fans. In 2013, when she announced an Australian tour in support of sixth studio album ‘The Truth About Love’, 320,000 tickets were snapped up within a few hours of them going on sale.

It makes sense, then, that the American singer-songwriter has a slew of dates booked for her return in February and March 2024 as part of her Summer Carnival world tour . She’ll be bringing songs from her ninth studio album ‘Trustfall’ to stadiums around the country, including stops in Sydney, Newcastle, Brisbane, the Gold Coast, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth.

She’ll be playing a total of four shows at Melbourne’s Marvel Stadium, including newly announced date March 13, and conclude the tour at Townsville’s Queensland Country Bank stadium.

Queens of the Stone Age: The End Is Nero tour When: February 10 – February 26 Find tickets and more info

Queens of the Stone Age will return to Australian shores for the first time since 2018 in February, embarking on a ten-date tour in support of their latest album ‘In Times New Roman…’.

The End Is Nero tour includes a two-night stay in both Sydney and Brisbane, where the band will perform at Hordern Pavilion (February 21 and 22) and Fortitude Music Hall, respectively.

QOTSA’s tour schedule also includes shows at Red Hill Auditorium in Perth (February 10), Adelaide’s The Drive (February 13), and Mona Lawns in Hobart (February 16). Torquay, Melbourne and Gold Coast are the remaining stops on the band’s 2024 Australian tour. Find tickets here.

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The Drums When: February 13 – February 18 Find tickets and more info

The Drums will make his long-awaited Australian return next February, more than a decade since his last visit. The indie-pop rocker will first perform at Fremantle’s Freo.Social on February 13, before spending Valentine’s Day at The Gov in Adelaide.

Later, The Drums will deliver a performance at Sydney’s Metro Theatre on February 16, with back-to-back shows slated for the following two nights at Melbourne’s Northcote Theatre (February 17) and Princess Theatre in Brisbane (February 18). Find tickets for the tour, in support of The Drums’ latest album ‘Jonny’, here.

Matchbox Twenty and Goo Goo Dolls When: February 13 – 27 Find tickets and more info

The flame has been lit: Matchbox Twenty are back. 2022 saw the American pop-rockers release their first album since 2012 and embark on their first North American tour since 2017 – and Aussie dates aren’t far off.

During a 2023 podcast appearance , the band’s Rob Thomas and Paul Doucette said they will be “boots on the ground in Australia next year” and “bringing some good friends” along with them. On May 15, the band officially announced their first Aussie dates in some 12 years – and special guests the Goo Goo Dolls . Together, they’ll play nine arena shows over two weeks in February 2024.

Greentea Peng When: February 16 – February 24 Find tickets and more info

Bringing her unique vibes to a trio of shows in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney, London R&B artist Greentea Peng will embark on her debut Australian tour between February 16-24, with venues slated for Princess Theatre, Forum and Metro Theatre, respectively. Peng’s most recent sophomore album ‘Greenzone’ arrived in 2022. Find tickets here.

Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour When: February 16 – 26 Find more info

Taylor Swift ’s mighty, career-spanning Eras Tour finally heads Down Under in February 2024 for three shows at Melbourne’s MCG and four at Sydney’s Accor Stadium, all of which will be supported by Sabrina Carpenter . Tickets went on sale in the last week of June to massive fan demand, and are well and truly sold out.

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Dinosaur Jr. When: February 16 – February 28 Find tickets and more info

Celebrating 30 years since the release of their landmark album ‘Where You Been’, alternative rockers Dinosaur Jr. kick off the Australian leg of their anniversary tour with two nights at Melbourne’s Northcote Theatre before heading to Sydney’s Enmore Theatre.

From there, the band will take to The Tivoli in Brisbane (February 23) and Adelaide’s Hindley Street Music Hall, before concluding their Australian run, the first since 2017, with a February 28 show at the Astor Theatre in Perth. Find tickets here.

Mogwai When: February 17 – February 27 Find tickets and more info

Mogwai ’s Australian tour will mark their first shows in the country in over six years. The Scottish band will embark on a five-date run beginning with their set at Geelong’s Tentpole Festival on February 17. After that, Mogwai will perform at The Tivoli in Brisbane on February 21, before taking to stages in Hobart (February 23), Adelaide (February 25) and Sydney (February 27). Head here to find tickets.

J Mascis When: February 20 – February 24 Find tickets and more info here

Dinosaur Jr are celebrating the 30th anniversary of their 1993 grunge classic ‘Where You Been’ with dates in February 2024. The trio’s frontman J Mascis has decided to do two exclusive solo shows in between those gigs, starting at Sydney’s Liberty Hall on February 20, before taking over The Triffid in Brisbane on February 24.

The Animals When: February 20 – March 17 Find tickets and more info here

Quiet achievers of the British Invasion, The Animals are remarkably still playing classics like ‘House of the Rising Sun’ around the world, led by remaining original member John Steel. They’ll tour Australia for the final time with a regional stint in 2024, traversing venues small and large across South Australia, Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland and the A.C.T.

Cavetown When: February 21 – February 24 Find tickets and more info

Cavetown ’s three-date Australian tour will begin with a sold-out show at Forum Melbourne on February 21. Sydney’s Roundhouse will host another sold-out show for the bedroom pop artist the following night, before he wraps up his trio of performances at Brisbane’s Fortitude Music Hall on February 24 . All shows will feature as-yet unannounced special guests, with remaining tickets available here.

The Struts When: February 21 – February 28 Find tickets and more info

The Struts will bookend their support slot on Slash and Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators’ tour with two headline shows in Sydney and Melbourne. Catch them at Crowbar in Sydney on February 21 and Max Watts in Melbourne on February 28.

Shonen Knife: Our Best Place 2024 Australian Tour When: February 21 – March 2 Find tickets and more info here

The cult Japanese bubblegum punk band championed by Nirvana are returning for their sixth tour of Australia. Off the back of their 20th album, Shonen Knife will ply their syrupy sound in shows across Queensland, New South Wales, South Australia and Western Australia in early 2024. They’ll also headline a bill at Hobart’s Mona Foma festival alongside Wednesday and Little Ugly Girls on February 25.

Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators: The River Is Rising tour When: February 22 – February 27 Find tickets and more info

Slash and Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators will unleash killer sets at shows in Adelaide, Sydney, Brisbane, and Melbourne next February. The co-headlining rockers will take to Adelaide Entertainment Centre on February 22, Hordern Pavilion on February 24, Riverstage on February 25 and John Cain Arena on February 27, in support of their collaborative album ‘4’. They’ll be joined on all Australian dates by The Struts and Rose Tattoo . Find tickets here.

Kings of Convenience When: February 22 – February 28 Find tickets and more info

Kings of Convenience will kick off their Australian jaunt with a show at Melbourne Forum on February 22. Sydney will then host the indie folk-pop band at Enmore Theatre on February 24, before they venture to Brisbane’s Princess Theatre for a headline show on February 26. Kings of Convenience’s Australian tour concludes with their set at Perth Festival’s Rechabite on February 28. Head here for tickets.

Of Mice and Men When: February 23 – February 27 Find tickets and more info here

Of Mice and Men are set to tour Australia for the first time in six years in February 2024 off the back of their latest record ‘Tether’. The Californian metalcore favorites have done their homework, and are bringing along Aussie heavy bands Dream On Dreamer and Sienna Skies for back-to-back shows in Adelaide, Sydney, and Melbourne, before finishing at The Triffid in Brisbane on February 27.

Sampha When: February 26 – March 3 Find tickets and more info

Fans have been waiting some time for Sampha ’s Australian return, and thankfully their prayers will be answered when the crooner delivers ‘Lahai’ to audiences in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne in early 2024. Sampha will tour his sophomore album with shows at Hordern Pavilion (February 26), The Tivoli (February 27) and Margaret Court Arena (March 1), with an additional set as part of Perth Festival on March 3. Find tickets here.

The Chemical Brothers When: February 27 – March 2 Find tickets and more info

Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons haven’t been to Australia since 2019, but that all changes in 2024. The Chemical Brothers will bring their immersive live show to Brisbane, Sydney and Geelong in February and March.

Some of the country’s premier party-starters will be getting things underway – with DJ sets from The Presets , Anna Lunoe and James Holroyd.

Wednesday and MJ Lenderman When: February 27 – March 9 Find tickets and more info

Wednesday will deliver a show at Sydney’s Factory Theatre on February 29, in between their slated performances at Perth Festival (February 27) and Victoria’s Golden Plains Festival (March 9). The Sydney show comes fresh off the release of the North Carolina band’s latest album, ‘Rat Saw God’, and will feature special guest MJ Lenderman (the solo project of Wednesday guitarist Jake Lenderman). Find tickets here.

The National and Fleet Foxes When: February 28 – March 9 Find tickets and more info

The National will visit Australia for the first time since 2018 in February, enlisting Fleet Foxes for a joint four-date tour of Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth. Riverstage and Aware Super Theatre will host the first two city stops on February 28 and March 1, before the co-headliners take to Melbourne’s Sidney Myer Music Bowl (March 5) and Perth’s King Park and Botanic Garden (March 9). Annie Hamilton will open all shows, with tickets available here .

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Cheap Trick and The Angels When: February 28 – March 14 Find tickets and more info here

America’s power pop decade and Australia’s pub rock scene were hemispheres apart in their heyday, but shared more than a few sonic similarities. Cheap Trick and The Angels will honour that relationship with joint gigs in February and March. Spinning off the Red Hot Summer Tour, the double bill will travel through Sydney, Newcastle, Thirroul, Canberra, Melbourne and Geelong.

The Beths When: March 1 – March 10 Find tickets and more here

Aotearoa indie favourites The Beths have announced an Australia tour around their appearance at Tasmania’s A Festival Called Panama, playing headline shows in Sydney, Perth and Melbourne this March.

KARD: Playground Oceania Tour When: March 2 – March 10 Find tickets and more info here

Mixed-gender K-pop group KARD are bringing their Playground Tour to Australia with four dates in Brisbane, Perth, Melbourne and Sydney. It comes to Oceania following 2023 dates in Latin America, the US and Europe.

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Black Country, New Road When: March 5 – March 12 Find tickets and more info

Black Country, New Road ’s first-ever Australian tour will kick off at Brisbane’s The Tivoli on March 5. The London band will then perform back-to-back shows in Sydney and Melbourne from March 7, before ending the tour at Perth’s Rechabite on March 12. In between, Black Country, New Road, will appear at Golden Plains festival, with all sets promising tracks from their latest album ‘Ants From Up There’. Head here for tickets.

  • READ MORE: Black Country, New Road – ‘Live At Bush Hall’ review: a marvellous return from one of our greatest bands

Teenage Fanclub When: March 5 – 15 Find tickets and more info

Scottish indie icons Teenage Fanclub are set to make their grand return to Australia and New Zealand in March 2024, performing what will be their first live shows Down Under since 2019.

The tour news comes in celebration of the band’s upcoming 11th studio album, ‘Nothing Lasts Forever’, which is set for release in September 2023. That record has spawned two singles to date – ‘Foreign Land’ and ‘Tired Of Being Alone’. From new music off ‘Nothing Lasts Forever’ and their 2021 effort ‘Endless Arcade’ to the bevy of hits they’ve created throughout their tenured career, Teenage Fanclub’s return to the region can’t be missed.

Arooj Aftab: Vulture Prince Tour When: March 6 – March 11 Find tickets and more info

Arooj Aftab’s tour will mark her first-ever run of Australian shows. Titled the Vulture Prince Tour, the Brooklyn singer and composer’s Australian jaunt comes in support of her mesmeric 2021 album of the same name, and will begin with a show at Sydney Recital Hall on March 6. Melbourne Recital Hall will then welcome Aftab on March 8, before she performs as part of WOMADelaide from March 10 to March 11. Ticketing details are linked above.

Boris and Kiyoharu: Heavy Rock Breakfast Tour When: March 6 – March 11 Find tickets and more info here

Japanese pioneers Boris and Kiyoharu are serving up what they call ‘The Heavy Rock Breakfast’ tour on their post-pandemic return Down Under. The double bill has a punishing cross-country schedule, playing back-to-back shows in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Golden Plains Festival (Kiyoharu will skip this stop), Adelaide, and Fremantle across the space of a week in March 2024.

Mr Bungle and Melvins: The Raging Wrath of Australia & New Zealand Tour When: March 6 – March 12 Find tickets and more info here

Bizarro rock fans rejoice: 2024’s hottest (and loudest) double bill just dropped. Labelmates Mr Bungle and Melvins will take stages together in Melbourne, Adelaide, Sydney, Brisbane and Perth in March, marking the former’s first tour of the country since the release of their 2019 quasi-reformation record ‘The Raging Wrath of the Easter Bunny’.

The Streets When: March 6 – March 12 Find tickets and more info

The Streets will tour their new album ‘The Darker The Shadow, The Brighter The Light’ across Australia in March. Mike Skinner and co. will perform in Perth, Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane between March 6 and March 12, with an additional set promised for Golden Plains festival on March 10. Find tickets here.

José González When: March 6 – March 13 Find tickets and more info

José González will celebrate the 20th anniversary of his 2003 classic ‘Veneer’ with a run of Australian tour dates from March 6 to March 13. With venues booked in Perth, Melbourne and Brisbane – and a set slated for WOMADelaide festival – the singer-songwriter’s set will include songs from ‘Veneer’ and beyond. Find tickets here.

The Human League When: March 6 – 14 Find tickets and more info

Sheffield synth-pop pioneers The Human League are heading Down Under in March 2024. Besides bringing their tour to Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth, The Human League are also set to perform their seminal 1980 album ‘Dare’ in its entirety. Apart from ‘Dare’ fans can also expect a plethora of other hits from the band’s storied discography.

Judy Collins When: March 6 – 15 Find tickets and more info

Originally set to tour back in March 2023, legendary American singer-songwriter Judy Collins will bring her extensive songbook to theatres and concert halls across the country in 2024. Collins’ first Australian visit in over a decade will see her perform her classic renditions of ‘Both Sides Now’, ‘Amazing Grace’, her Grammy-winning cover of ‘Send in the Clowns’ and more.

Charlotte Adigéry and Bolis Pupul When: March 8 – March 13 Find tickets and more info

Belgian electro-pop duo Charlotte Adigéry and Bolis Pupul will make their Australian debut with a headline show at The Night Cat in Melbourne on March 13. The pair will be in the country for their sets at the Biennale of Sydney ‘Lights On’ opening night (March 8) and the Golden Plains festival in Victoria. Find tickets here.

Lydia Lunch When: March 8 – March 23 Find tickets and more info

Lydia Lunch’s unique artistry will take centrestage during her five-date Australian tour early 2024. The musician and poet will first perform at the Brisbane Powerhouse on March 8, before taking to Melbourne Recital Theatre (March 15), Theatre Royal Castlemaine (March 17), Sydney’s The Great Club (March 22) and MONA in Hobart (March 23). Find tickets here.

Wilco When: March 12 – March 21 Find tickets and more info

Wilco ’s Australian tour includes two new dates for Brisbane and Melbourne, and will be opened by support act Leah Senior . The rock band’s six-date run – their first in Australia in over a decade – also includes stops in Canberra and Sydney and comes in support of their latest album ‘Cousin’. Find tickets here.

The Primitives When: March 14 – March 16 Find tickets and more info here

The enduring appeal of The Primitives’ pop classicism has kept them relevant and recording, decades on from their 1988 debut ‘Lovely’. Promoting their new single ‘I Won’t Care’, the trio will take the stage in Australia for the first time. They’ll perform at The Manning Bar in Sydney on March 14, The Triffid in Brisbane on March 15 before wrapping up at Melbourne’s Northcote Theatre on March 16.

Jeff Mills When: March 15 – March 16 Find tickets and more info

Detroit techno legend Jeff Mills will bring his live project ‘Tomorrow Comes The Harvest’ to Australia in March 2024. Only two dates, in Melbourne and Sydney, have been announced so far. Mills will be performing with keyboardist Jean-Phi Dary and percussionist Prabhu Edouard. Get tickets to the Sydney show here and the Melbourne date here .

Ville Valo: VV/Neon Noir Tour 2024 When: March 15 – 17 Find tickets and more info

Ville Valo , the Finnish musician of HIM fame, released his debut solo album ‘Neon Noir’ last January. He spent much of 2023 touring the record in North America with Black Veil Brides , and this year will head down under for shows in Auckland, Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.

  • READ MORE: Ville Valo on solo album ‘Neon Noir’: “I’m going straight for the jugular”

Bang Yongguk When: March 15 – March 17 Find tickets and more info

South Korean musician Bang Yongguk has announced an Australia tour . The former member of K-pop boyband B.A.P will head down under for two 18+ shows in Melbourne and Sydney this March. They come following his 2023 ‘The Colors’ world tour, which featured shows in Asia, Europe and the US.

Dylan: The Rebel Child Tour When: March 18 – March 27 Find tickets and more info

Rising UK pop sensation Dylan makes her Australian debut in March, kicking off her three-date tour at The Brightside in Brisbane on March 18. The Rebel Child Tour, named after Dylan’s 2023 single, will then head to The Lansdowne in Sydney on March 22, before wrapping up in Melbourne at Northcote Social Club on March 25. Find tickets here.

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Maisie Peters: The Good Witch Comes to Australia When: March 19 – 23 Find more info

Maisie Peters might have taken the Wizard of Oz references on her new album ‘The Good Witch’ a little too seriously. The UK artist is coming back to Australia for three dates in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne – all of which are sold out.

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Expectations will be high for Peters’ tour and not necessarily because of the music. As she tweeted : “Last time I toured here I did a shoey on stage and became an honorary Australian so who knows what will happen next!!”

Gladys Knight: The Farewell Tour When: March 19 – March 30 Find tickets and more info here

Soul legend Gladys Knight will return Down Under after touring the US, bringing her numerous hits with her. She’ll kick off the seven-stop tour in Perth, head to Adelaide, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Melbourne and Canberra, and wrap things up in Sydney before crossing the Tasman to New Zealand.

The Damned: Final Australian Tour When: March 20 – March 26 Find tickets and more info here

The Damned ’s ‘70s output is somehow a rosetta stone for punk rock and goth. The London band is reuniting the “classic” lineup that influenced a generation for the first and final time since 1989 for shows in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth in March 2024.

Aqua: Mixtape Festival Volume 1 When: March 21 – March 28 Find tickets and more info here

Come on Barbie, let’s go party! Aqua are coming to Australia to headline the touring Mixtape Festival Volume 1, accompanied by 2 Unlimited, East 17, Phats & Small, Big Brovaz, Booty Luv, and Urban Cookie Collective. The ’90s will be alive on this five-date tour of Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and Perth.

Joker Xue: Extraterrestrial World Tour When: March 23 – March 26 Find tickets and more info here

If you’re not familiar with Mandopop, Joker Xue is one hell of an introduction. The songwriter is bringing his ‘Extraterrestrial’ world tour to arenas in Melbourne and Sydney in March 2024. In the show’s pantomime, Xue transforms into an “interstellar executive who descends from an alien planet and is ordered to destroy the earth”, before deciding humans aren’t so bad after all.

$uicideboy$: Grey Day Tour When: March 25 – March 30 Find tickets and more info here

Melding Southern rap with 21st century nihilism and heavy metal, New Orleans’ $uicideboy$ are an unlikely success story. The prolific duo will perform a series of arena shows along the east coast in 2024, checking in at Brisbane’s Entertainment Centre (March 25, 26) and Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena (March 28, 29) before finishing up the Grey Day tour at Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena on March 30. Ghostemane, Pouya, Germ, and Shakewell are guests that have been confirmed.

Newton Faulkner When: 25 March – April 1 Find tickets and more information

The English folk singer is headed to Australia as part of the Byron Bay Bluesfest line-up, and has lined up headline shows in Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and Newcastle along the way.

Bluesfest sideshows: Snarky Puppy, Meshell Ndegeocello and Blind Boys of Alabama When: March 25 – April 6

Snarky Puppy will supplement their set at Bluesfest’s 2024 edition with a pair of headline shows in Melbourne and Sydney on March 25 and March 27, respectively. Meshell Ndegeocello will bring her career-spanning setlist – as well as tracks from her latest album ‘The Omnichord Real Book’ – to Sydney’s Factory Theatre (March 25) and Melbourne’s Recital Centre (March 26), before Blind Boys of Alabama take to those same cities on April 4 (Sydney City Recital Hall) and April 6 (Melbourne Recital Hall).

Each of these acts will also grace the stage across Bluesfest’s three-day run from March 28 to April 1, with ticketing information for their sideshows linked above.

UMI When: March 26 – March 27 Find tickets and more info here

While Down Under for Souled Out festival, US singer-songwriter UMI will play two headline shows at Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory and Melbourne’s Night Cat. Expect to hear her name-making track, ‘Remember Me’ – though she’s more recently met a new audience with ‘Wherever U R’, featuring V of K-pop titans BTS .

PJ Morton When: March 27 – March 28 Find tickets and more info here

You’d probably recognise PJ Morton’s voice even if you’ve never heard his name: the Maroon 5 keyboardist’s distinctive backing vocals can be heard in the mega band’s latter-day output. Morton will be performing his latest solo album ‘Watch the Sun’ at Bluesfest in 2024, before sideshows in Melbourne (170 Russell) and Sydney (Metro Theatre) on back-to-back nights in March.

Drive-By Truckers When: March 28 – April 1 Find tickets and more information

American alt-country legends Drive-By Truckers haven’t visited Australia in a decade and a half. Their long-overdue 2024 tour will see them perform as part of Byron Bay Bluesfest, along with headline shows in Melbourne and Sydney.

The band have released a whopping seven albums since they last played in the country, so there’ll be plenty of new cuts for them to show off at these shows.

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Elvis Costello & The Imposters When: March 28 – April 4 Find tickets and more info

Costello and co’s plans for their first Australian tour in almost a decade were dashed at the 11th hour in April 2023. Less than 24 hours before their shows – in support of 2022 album ‘A Boy Named If’ – a case of COVID-19 within the band forced them to withdraw from Byron Bay Bluesfest 2023 and postpone their headline tour dates .

The good news is, new dates were swiftly locked in. Costello and the Imposters will be one of the headliners for 2024’s edition of Bluesfest , and play headline gigs at the Sydney Opera House and Melbourne’s Palais Theatre. Previously purchased tickets for Costello’s headline shows will remain valid, and they’re still on sale for the majority of dates.

Eric Nam: House on a Hill Tour When: March 30 – April 2 Find tickets and more info

After his debut Australian tour in 2022, the American-Korean singer Eric Nam will return in late March and early April as part of his massive, 66-date ‘House on a Hill’ world tour. Nam will play three shows – in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane – joined at all three by special guest Keenan Te.

Simple Plan, Boys Like Girls and We The Kings When: April 6 – April 18 Find tickets and more info here

Simple Plan are bringing a pop punk extravaganza to Australia in April 2024, headlining a tour with fellow genre stalwarts Boys Like Girls and We The Kings . The trio will play multiple shows in Perth, Sydney and Brisbane, as well as John Cain Arena in Melbourne and AEC Theatre in Adelaide.

+LIVE+ and Incubus When: April 6 – April 20 Find tickets and more info

+LIVE+ and Incubus will embark on a mammoth run of dates across Australia in April, both as headliners of the inaugural Lookout festival and as co-headliners of their own standalone tour. +LIVE+ and Incubus’ Lookout festival dates – where they’ll be joined by the likes of Birds of Tokyo and Eskimo Joe – span April 6-20, with appearances slated for Queensland, Victoria and Western Australia.

Elsewhere, the bands’ own co-headlining shows will take place in Wollongong (April 9), Sydney (April 11), Melbourne (April 15) and Adelaide (April 17). Find tickets here.

Bring Me The Horizon: NeX GEn tour When: April 10 – April 21 Find tickets and more info

In what promises to be one of 2024’s rowdiest tours, Bring Me The Horizon will bring their ‘NeX GEn’ shows to Australian shores next April, with stadiums booked for Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and Brisbane . The Sheffield band’s string of performances from April 10 to April 21 comes ahead of their much-anticipated album, ‘POST HUMAN: NeX GEn’, and will enlist special guests Sleep Token , Make Them Suffer and daine . Find remaining tickets here.

  • READ MORE: Oli Sykes talks “unhinged” new Bring Me The Horizon album ‘Post Human: NeX GEn’

The Front Bottoms When: April 12 – April 20 Find tickets and more info here

The Front Bottoms return for the first time since 2017, playing their biggest Aussie shows to date in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth. Expect to hear fresh tracks from their 2023 album ‘You Are Who You Hang Out With’.

Chase & Status When: April 19 – April 28 Find tickets and more info here

After a new mixtape, charting singles and landmark Boiler Room set, drum’n’bass lifers Chase & Status celebrated a huge 2023. This year, the British duo will bring the party to Australia and New Zealand on a co-headlining tour with Australia’s very own Luude. They’re notably playing RAC Arena in Perth, on top of Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and Brisbane.

James Taylor: An Evening with James Taylor & His All-Star Band When: April 21 – April 28 Find tickets and more info here

If there was ever a festival made for James Taylor & His All-Star Band at this juncture of his 50-year career, it’s Day on the Green . The singer will perform at wineries in Queensland (Sirromet Wines in Mount Cotton), and New South Wales (Bimbadgen in the Hunter Valley, and Centennial Vineyards in Bowral) across April 2024. Taylor will be accompanied by Aussie pair Josh Pyke and Ella Hooper .

Beth Orton When: April 24 – April 30 Find tickets and more info

Initially slated to appear in Australia in November 2023, Beth Orton  rescheduled her Australian tour to April 2024 and added an extra show in Tasmania. The folk musician will now embark on a four-date run with performances in Melbourne, Hobart, Sydney and Brisbane from April 24 to April 30, with tickets for the original cities still valid for the rescheduled dates. Tickets for the additional date at Hobart’s Odeon Theatre are accessible here.

Nick Cave (solo) When: April 25 – May 7 Find tickets and more info

The legendary Nick Cave embarks on a solo tour of Australia (read: without the Bad Seeds) this April, playing two shows in Melbourne and five in Sydney. Radiohead’s Colin Greenwood will be on bass duties for these shows at Plenary Melbourne and State Theatre Sydney, which are all sold out.

The Dandy Warhols When: April 25 – May 1 Find tickets and more info

The Dandy Warhols will make their return to Australia in April 2024 armed with their new album ‘Rockmaker’. So far, they’ve scheduled dates in Brisbane , Adelaide, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney. If you missed them when they toured down under with Hoodoo Gurus in 2022, this is your chance. Find tickets here.

6LACK: Since I Have A Lover Tour When: April 26 – May 1 Find tickets and more info

R&B favourite 6LACK (pronounced ‘black’) will return to Australia in April to tour his new album, ‘Since I Have A Lover’. The four-date jaunt will take him to Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and Perth.

Niall Horan: ‘The Show’ Live On Tour When: April 26 – May 4 Find tickets and more info

Niall Horan will take ‘The Show’ on the road down under in 2024. The ex- One Direction member’s world tour comes in support of his third solo album ‘The Show’ , out June 9. For the Australian leg, he’ll perform arena shows in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne.

Jonas Brothers: Five Albums. One Night. Tour When: May 1 – 9 Find tickets and more info

Joe , Nick and Kevin Jonas – the Jonas Brothers – play Australia for the first time between May 1 and May 9 as part of their massive Five Albums. One Night. Tour. The tour will see the brothers perform hits from all five of their albums across one night, including fan favourites.

Tesseract When: May 2 – 9 Find tickets and more info

UK prog metal outfit Tesseract are set to make the highly anticipated return to Australia in May 2024, marking their first shows Down Under since 2018. Between May 2 and May 9, the band will perform in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth.

With 2023 album ‘War of Being’ and songs from 2021’s ‘Portals’ not played in Australia yet, Tesseract are set to bring with them a fresh bounty of new music to Australia.

Melissa Etheridge: I’m Not Broken Tour When: May 10 – May 17 Find tickets and more info here

Melissa Etheridge is bringing her trailblazing heartland rock to Australian shores for the first time in five years in May 2024. The ‘I’m Not Broken’ tour kicks off in Perth on May 10, before heading through Adelaide, Melbourne and finishing up in Sydney on May 17. Expect to hear a blend of the songwriter’s greatest hits as heard on her latest live album ‘Beautiful Day’.

Macklemore When: May 11 – May 20 Find tickets and more info

Fresh off the release of latest album ‘Ben’, Macklemore will embark on an Australian tour next May. The hip-hop artist will perform at Hordern Pavillion in Sydney on May 11-12, before taking to Melbourne’s John Cain Arena and Brisbane’s Riverstage on May 15 and May 17, respectively. Macklemore will perform at BASSINTHEGRASS in Darwin , and then conclude his Australian run at HBF Stadium in Perth on May 20. Find tickets here.

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Jungle When: May 17 – May 22 Find tickets and more info

Jungle have unleashed more dancey goodness with their latest album, ‘Volcano’. Get ready to boogie in May when they tour Australia. A fourth show has been added at Hordern Pavilion in Sydney, joining the existing sold-out dates at the Hordern, Festival Hall in Melbourne, and Fortitude Music Hall in Brissy.

Botch When: May 17 – 25 Find tickets and more info

Cult-favourite mathcore/hardcore/metal band Botch from Tacoma, Washington reunited last year more than two decades after their split – and now they’re embarking on their first-ever Aussie tour. The jaunt will include two dates in Melbourne and Sydney apiece as well as shows in Adelaide, Perth and Brisbane.

Guitarist David Knudson has promised Botch will go all out: “We don’t want to half-ass it…we want to be fucking tight as we ever were, if not tighter. We don’t want to disappoint a fan that’s never seen us live. So you know, it’s all in or nothing.”

Peter Hook & The Light When: May 21 – 28 Find tickets and more info

Peter Hook , the legendary bassist and co-founder of Joy Division and New Order is set to return to Australia in May 2024, just two years after his last tour of the country in 2022. For the upcoming tour, Hook will perform the New Order and Joy Division substance compilations live, giving fans a chance to once again revel in both bands’ music.

Boney M featuring Maizie Williams: The Farewell Tour When: June 3 – July 6 Find tickets and more info

Legendary disco group Boney M and vocalist Maizie Williams will bid goodbye to Australia with an extensive national tour in June and July 2024. Don’t wait to get your tickets – several shows are sold out and some are waitlist-only. More info here.

LANY When: June 19 – June 28 Find tickets and more info

LANY – the pop duo of Paul Klein and Jake Goss – will return to Australia in mid-2024. After playing small, intimate shows down under in August 2023, they’ll go bigger in this national tour at venues including the Hordern Pavilion and Margaret Court Arena. See info on dates and tickets here.

FLETCHER When: July 16 – July 28 Find tickets and more info

After postponing her original tour, the rescheduled dates for FLETCHER ’s long-awaited Australian visit have been locked in for mid-2024. Audiences across the country will revel in FLETCHER’s latest album ‘Girl Of My Dreams’ towards the end of July, with venues including Perth’s Metro City (July 16), Fortitude Music Hall in Brisbane (July 18), Festival Hall in Melbourne (July 23) and Sydney’s Hordern Pavilion (July 28). Find tickets here.

IVE: 1ST WORLD TOUR ‘SHOW WHAT I HAVE’ When: July 25 – July 28 Find tickets and more info

As part of their broader debut world tour, IVE will bring their ‘Show What I Have’ set to Australian shores in July, kicking off the two-date run at Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena on July 25. The K-pop group will conclude the Australian leg of their tour in support of 2023 album ‘I’ve IVE’ with a show at Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena on July 28. Find tickets here.

  • READ MORE: IVE – ‘I’VE MINE’ review: K-pop’s queen bees grow beyond the archetype

Iron Maiden: The Future Past Tour When: September 1 – September 13 Find tickets and more info

In what will be their first trip Down Under since 2017, Iron Maiden are poised to bring The Future Past tour to stadiums in Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne next September.

The first three cities will host the metal legends between September 1 to September 10, while Melbourne and Sydney will each enjoy a two-night outing at Rod Laver Arena (September 6 and 7) and Qudos Bank Arena (September 12 and 13), respectively. Find tickets here.

SiM: Playdead World Tour When: September 12 – September 15 Find tickets and more info here

Like a kind of Japanese Gorillaz , SiM are a content universe unto their own – spanning anime , video games and records. Australian audiences can experience their inimitable reggae-metal-punk at The Zoo in Brisbane September 12, Sydney’s Crowbar on September 14 or Max Watts in Melbourne on September 15.

Thirty Seconds To Mars: Seasons World Tour When: September 12 – September 17 Find tickets and more info

To announce Thirty Seconds To Mars ’ Seasons World Tour, Jared Leto pulled a massive stunt: scaling the Empire State Building . The tour comes in support of their album ‘It’s The End Of The World But It’s A Beautiful Day’ and will hit Australian shores in mid-September. It marks the band’s first headline tour in over five years, and will see them grace the stage at Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena (September 12), Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney (September 14) and Brisbane’s Riverstage (September 17). Find tickets here.

The Kid LAROI When: October 2024 Find tickets and more info

US-based homegrown rap phenom The Kid LAROI ‘s return to Australia was supposed to take place in February, but it was postponed in December , with the Gamilaroi star calling February “logistically impossible”. Instead, he’ll fill stadiums around the country in October with tracks from his freshly released debut album ‘The First Time’. With shows locked in for Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, Sydney and the Gold Coast, these all-ages shows will be his biggest to date. Stay tuned for more info on specific dates for the rescheduled tour.

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PinkPantheress: Capable of Love Tour When: October 29 – November 5 Find tickets and more info here

PinkPantheress was once an anonymous beatmaker going viral on TikTok – she’s anything but anonymous now, as she comes to Australia for the first time promoting her debut album ‘Heaven’. Between opening for Coldplay , the 22-year-old Brit will headline shows at Melbourne’s Festival Hall (October 29) and Horden Pavilion in Sydney on November 5.

Coldplay: Music of the Spheres Tour When: October 30 – November 9 Find tickets and more info here

Coldplay will bring their ‘Music of the Spheres’ tour to Australia’s east coast at the end of a more than two-year stretch. The pop juggernauts have already sold 9 million tickets – the most for any tour in history – and are set to play eight stadium shows in Melbourne and Sydney after playing in Perth in 2023.

Expect to experience the galactic sprawl of the band’s recent rock operas, while still belting out the anthems that took them to the top.

Tate McRae: Think Later World Tour When: November 8 – November 17 Find tickets and more info

In what marks her biggest headline Australian shows to date, Tate McRae’s Think Later World Tour will head Down Under in November, encompassing five shows in Perth (November 8), Brisbane (November 10), Sydney (November 12), Adelaide (November 15) and Melbourne (November 17). The tour comes in support of McRae’s sophomore album ‘Think Later’, which features her massive single ‘Greedy’. Tickets are available here.

James Blunt: The Who We Used To Be Tour When: November 21 – November 28 Find tickets and more info here

Self-deprecating superstar James Blunt is returning to Australian stages for the first time in over six years in November 2024. The ‘You’re Beautiful’ singer will begin a five-date arena tour at Brisbane’s Riverstage on November 21 , before heading through Sydney’s ICC Super Theatre (November 23), Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena (November 24), Adelaide’s Entertainment Centre Theatre (November 25) and Perth’s Red Hill Auditorium (November 28).

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Aussie Depeche Mode fans are an incredibly patient bunch. The last time the British synth-pop titans toured the country was in 1994, meaning nearly three decades have passed since they last paid us a visit. But good things come to those who wait, and it seems there is a glimmer of hope for those hoping to catch the band Down Under.

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In March 2023, Depeche Mode’s Dave Gahan told an Italian blog that the band were eyeing “as-yet-unannounced dates in Asia and Australia” as part of a touring run that would lead into 2024. The band have toured the world in support of their latest album, ‘Memento Mori’ , and a trip to Australia to cap off the jaunt seems more likely than ever.

Keep checking NME for more Australia live music news – from festival updates to concert and tour announcements

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Author Karen Hastings and photographer Brian Hastings love visiting Brisbane for a culture fix when they're based on the Sunshine Coast. They last visited in December 2022."

Brisbane (or "Brissie" as Aussies affectionately call it) offers sophisticated big-city attractions in a sun-splashed riverside setting. In every season, you'll find countless things to do in this clean, green Queensland capital. Lush parklands punctuate the city, bike and walking paths radiate throughout, and the city hums with innovation and creativity.

Aerial view of Brisbane

River cruises are the best way to sightsee in the city. Brisbane is linked by bridges, with elegant historic buildings peeking out amid the gleaming skyscrapers. Hop aboard a cruise or ferry for an overview, then focus on your favorite spots later on foot.

In the Cultural Centre, you can ogle Indigenous art and cutting-edge contemporary creations alongside works from European masters.

East of the city, the blue waters of Moreton Bay hold even more allure. You can head out on rewarding day trips from Brisbane to subtropical islands. Families also appreciate the city's abundant free attractions and kid-friendly adventures .

Discover the best places to visit in this relaxed riverside city with our list of the top attractions and things to do in Brisbane.

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1. Explore South Bank Parklands

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Lagoon at South Bank Parklands

One of the best places to visit in Brisbane is South Bank Parklands. Strolling through the riverfront precinct on a sunny day is a great way to soak up the spirit of the city. This was the original site of World Expo in 1988, and it still buzzes with activities and events today.

Parklands, plazas, and promenades encourage you to linger in this popular pedestrian area. It sits directly opposite the CBD, with Streets Beach at its center, and a swim in the man-made lagoon here is a popular choice on a warm Brisbane day.

You'll also find a diverse array of restaurants at South Bank, and the precinct hosts some exciting Brisbane events and film screenings.

Restaurants at South Bank

Ready to shop? The Collective Markets at South Bank sell everything from hand-made crafts and crystals to jewelry, vintage clothing, collectibles, and more. You'll find them on Little Stanley Street every Friday (5pm to 9pm), Saturday (10am to 9pm), and Sunday 9am to 4pm.

Other popular things to do in South Bank include working out at the free fitness classes, visiting the Epicurious Garden, and biking or strolling along the trails. You can also sign up for a host of free children's programs and tours .

Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

Ever wanted to cuddle a koala ? At Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary , you can tick this lifelong dream off your bucket list.

You can also get up close with more than 70 species of other lovable Aussie animals. Hand-feed kangaroos, cackle with kookaburras, and watch as flocks of rainbow lorikeets descend during a feeding. Wallabies, wombats, dingoes, snakes, and even crocodiles also live in this compact sanctuary nestled on the Brisbane River.

Keeper talks and interactive demonstrations keep animal lovers engaged. Daily encounters and experiences include bird of prey flight demonstrations, platypus feeding, sheep dog and shearing shows, Tasmanian devil keeper talks, and barn animal encounters. Not surprisingly, visiting this famous Brisbane attraction is one of the top things to do in Brisbane with the family.

In addition to the ultimate cuddling a koala photograph, you can also take home a souvenir snap of you with a dingo or snake.

A popular way to travel here is on the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary Admission with Brisbane River Cruise . The cruise departs from Brisbane's Cultural Centre Pontoon.

Address: 708 Jesmond Road, Fig Tree Pocket, Queensland

River Cruises

One of the best ways to go sightseeing in Brisbane is aboard a river cruise. The Brisbane River runs through the heart of the city, and many of the city's top attractions line its banks. This is an excellent way to gain a fresh perspective of Brisbane landmarks such as the Story Bridge , Kangaroo Point Cliffs , and even some of the wildlife, like the fruit bats that gather along the mangroves on the riverbank.

Once you experience a scenic overview of the city on the water, you can get your bearings, and pinpoint places to spend more time during your visit.

Brisbane River Cruise

River City Cruises run some of the most popular tours. They range from 90-minute morning or afternoon cruises to sunset cruises and longer excursions. A great choice is the 3.5-hour Cruise to Lunch Package . Along the way, your guide will share fascinating stories about Brisbane's history, and point out key Brisbane sites, all while you enjoy Devonshire tea with glittering river views.

Kookaburra River Queens offers lunch, high tea, and dinner cruises aboard their multi-tiered timber paddle wheelers. You can also hop aboard a Miramar Cruise to Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary.

Prefer to captain your own boat? GoBoat Brisbane rents eco-friendly electric picnic boats for up to eight people. You don't need a boat license, and picnic tables are included.

CityCat on the Brisbane River

Alternatively, hop aboard a CityCat . Gliding the twists and turns of the Brisbane River seven days a week, the fleet of CityCats and City Ferries offer 24 hop-on, hop-off terminals with a range of different cruises. Many include informative narration about the history and sights of the city. From the magnificent University of Queensland to the North Shore, the route takes in redeveloped industrial sites, riverside mansions, bridges, and parklands.

In the Brisbane city core, the CityHopper ferry service offers free cruises , stopping at attractions like South Bank 3 and the Maritime Museum.

State Library of Queensland

On the banks of the Brisbane River, the heritage-listed Cultural Centre in South Bank is a fantastic, family-friendly destination for a day out. Here, you'll find an impressive collection of museums, galleries, and performance venues. Award-winning architecture adds to the precinct's beautiful setting on the river near picturesque parklands.

You'll find plenty of things to do here for the whole family. Browse the excellent collections at the State Library of Queensland ; keep the kids entertained with the Queensland Museum and Sciencentre's interactive exhibits; or admire thought-provoking, cutting-edge art at the popular Queensland Art Gallery & Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA).

Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC)

The Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) here stages world-class performances of everything from opera and ballet to comedy shows and contemporary music concerts.

Right nearby are the South Bank Parklands , where you can relax on the riverfront amid the lush lawns and gardens, or take a ride on the Wheel of Brisbane .

Address: Grey Street, South Brisbane, Queensland

Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mount Coot-tha

Green thumbs are spoiled for choice when it comes to gardens in Brisbane. Lush parks and gardens punctuate every corner of the city, and Brisbane's botanic gardens are renowned for their impressive collections of subtropical plants.

First stop should be the stunning Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mount Coot-tha (Mt. Coot-tha Road, Toowong) , about seven kilometers from the city. Offering panoramic city views, this top tourist attraction is a favorite place to visit with locals and visitors alike. Plus, it's one of the top things to do in Brisbane for free.

Diverse themed gardens take you on a journey through 128 acres of horticulture. Highlights include the beautiful Japanese gardens and the largest collection of Australian rainforest trees in the world , as well as sections dedicated to fragrant plants, bamboo, cactus, indigenous plants, and more.

Budding botanists will love the Hide 'n' Seek Children's Trail through the rainforest, and you can take advantage of the free guided walks and minibus tours. Best of all, entry to the gardens is free.

While you're in the area, stop by the Brisbane Lookout Mount Coot-tha , about a four-minute drive from the gardens.

Garden lovers should also save time to check out the 17-hectare, heritage-listed City Botanic Gardens (147 Alice Street, Brisbane). This serene oasis and prime picnic spot sits smack bang in the center of the city. Lily-topped ponds, fountains, bamboo groves, river views, and giant fig trees provide the perfect escape from the city buzz.

View of Brisbane from Mount Coot-tha at sunset

For one of the best views of Brisbane , drive up to the Brisbane Lookout Mount Coot-tha. Here, you can breathe in a breathtaking panorama over the entire area, with the city skyscrapers sprouting in the distance. Walking tracks weave through the national park, and a restaurant serves up delicious food with superb views.

If you're looking for things to do in Brisbane at night, many locals and tourists come here in the evening for views of the city at sunset.

The lookout is only about a four-minute drive from the Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mount Coot-tha, and it makes a perfect complement to a garden tour.

Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA)

The excellent — and free — Queensland Art Gallery & Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) occupies two adjacent but contrasting buildings along the waterfront in the South Bank Cultural Precinct . Together, they display more than 1,700 works of art from around the world, with a special focus on Australia, the Pacific, and Asia.

This bold collection is sure to spark animated conversations between art lovers of all stripes. Even the Gallery of Modern Art's award-winning, glass-encased building makes a statement.

Permanent exhibitions at the Queensland Art Gallery include the International and Asian Collection, with classic and contemporary works; the Indigenous Australian Collection; and the dramatic sculptures gracing the grounds. The interior is beautiful. Water features and giant chandeliers reflect the light that floods in through floor-to-ceiling windows.

Giant chandelier and water feature inside QAGOMA

At the Gallery of Modern Art , exhibits span all mediums, including sculpture, painting, video, film, and photography. Special exhibits mean there's always something new to see here. Don't miss the fascinating contemporary art installations.

Also within the complex, Australian Cinémathèque screens stimulating films from around the world, and the interactive exhibits at the Children's Art Centre keep little hands busy.

Before you leave, pop into the gallery's River Lounge for beautiful city views.

Address: Stanley Place, South Brisbane, Queensland

Brisbane Riverwalk

Paralleling the Brisbane River, the 5.3-kilometer Brisbane Riverwalk is another great way to see the city. You can stroll, jog, or bike along the Riverwalk — cycling and pedestrian lanes are separate — and the promenade perches right over the water, providing beautiful water views across to Kangaroo Point and beyond.

Officially, the route starts at Riverview Court in New Farm, one of Brisbane's hip inner city suburbs, and stretches all the way to Howard Smith Wharves . Here, you can relax at one of the many restaurants and cafés.

Feel like more of a workout? Continue walking all the way around the river to the Brisbane City Botanic Gardens . And if you're a couple looking for free things to do in Brisbane at night, this is the perfect place for a romantic stroll with the lights of the city shimmering on the river.

Roma Street Parkland, Brisbane

Looking for things to do in Brisbane with kids? Let them run wild at Roma Street Parklands. This 39-acre city park is the perfect spot for pint-sized travelers to get their wiggles out — especially if you have a busy day of museum- and gallery-hopping planned.

Playgrounds, climbing equipment, and swings tempt the tiniest members of the family, and they'll also love checking out the herb and veggie patch.

Roma Street Parklands are also the perfect place for a picnic. Spread out your blanket under one of the towering fig trees and soak up the botanical beauty around you. The park hosts one of Australia's finest contemporary display gardens . Mass plantings of palms and bamboo form a lush backdrop, and color-themed flower beds catch the eye.

Free guided walks provide insight into the park's history and horticulture, and a year-round lineup of events offer even more ways to enjoy this lush oasis in the heart of the city.

Address: 1 Parkland Blvd, Brisbane, Queensland

Eat Street Northshore entrance

Eat Street Northshore is like a party for your taste buds. You can eat around the world at this nightlife hot spot , soak up the carnival-type atmosphere, and listen to rockin' good live music at the same time. Eat Street is a pedestrian precinct, and you can wander around here with the whole family - even your pooch.

Food is a highlight . Hundreds of vendors dispense treats from around the globe, from Malaysian to Mexican cuisine, and Peruvian to paella. It's not haute cuisine by any measure, but if you're looking for some international comfort foods - and creative versions of them - this is your place.

Mac and cheeseburger, anyone? Japanese pizza? Deep-fried camembert? You'll find it all here. The mind-boggling array of foods can be a little overwhelming. A great strategy is to buy some plates to share and taste a little bit of all your favorites. Kids will love the giant clouds of fairy floss (cotton candy).

Inside Eat Street Northshore

This is not a great place to come if you're on a diet. That said, some vendors do cater to celiacs. Eat Street strives to be sustainable - all the vendors are in colorful shipping containers, fresh produce is grown on-site, packaging is compostable, and as much waste as possible is recycled.

Several stages host live musicians and novelty acts, so you can find a table based on your music tastes, and move around throughout the evening.

Parking is free, but a fun way to arrive here is by catching a ferry to Northshore Hamilton Ferry Terminal, a short 250-meter walk away. Wear your walking shoes - and stretchy pants.

Wheel of Brisbane

You can't miss it. The Wheel of Brisbane rises 60 meters above the riverfront and is one of the top tourist attractions in South Bank. It opened in 2008 to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the state of Queensland.

Hop aboard for an exciting 10- to 12-minute ride with a bird's-eye view over the river and city. Each enclosed, air-conditioned gondola seats up to eight people.

You can ride the giant Ferris Wheel during the day; at sunset, when the Brisbane skyline ignites with fiery colors; or at night as the city lights twinkle and reflect on the river. Your ride includes an audio tour of the Brisbane landmarks you can see far below.

You don't need a reservation to ride the Wheel of Brisbane. Just show up and buy a ticket, or pre-purchase one online before you arrive.

Address: Russell Street, South Brisbane, Queensland

Queen Street Mall

When it comes to shopping in Brisbane, you have plenty of choice. The vibrant Queen Street mall in Brisbane's Central Business District is home to more than 700 retailers showcasing local, national, and international designs and labels.

You'll find everything here from Aussie favorites like R.W. Williams, Lorna Jane, and Zimmermann to high-end labels like Chanel, Dior, Tiffany & Co., and Louis Vuitton. The six-level Myer Centre department store anchors the mall.

Cafés buzz with shoppers throughout the day, and a labyrinth of heritage-listed arcades make it rewarding to explore the complex. On a budget? Don't worry, H&M and other discount retailers live along here, too.

Shops along Queen Street Mall

Most Wednesdays, the area at the bridge end of the mall transforms into the bustling Brisbane City Markets selling local produce, flowers, and artisan products.

If you're on a mission to explore more of the best shopping in Brisbane, don't miss the high-end designer and home decor stores in Fortitude Valley . For vintage treasures, thrift stores, and antiques head to Paddington . It's also a popular breakfast spot.

Address: Queen Street, Brisbane, Queensland

Story Bridge Adventure Climb

Constructed during Australia's Great Depression in the 1930s, the attractive steel Story Bridge is a much-loved Brisbane landmark. As one of only three bridge climbs in the world (after Sydney and Auckland), this one also offers something totally unique: the choice to abseil the descent .

Catering to people of all fitness levels and those 10 years of age or older, the two-hour experience takes you 80 meters above the Brisbane River for uninterrupted views of the city.

Story Bridge and the Brisbane skyline

New offerings including Walk the Plank , where you can conjure your inner pirate and tiptoe out on a plank 80 meters above sea level as traffic rushes past below. Another new adventure is the Cantilever Lean Out . If you sign up for this tour, guides hold your harness as you lean out as far as you can from the dizzying heights.

The Brisbane Story Bridge Adventure Climb includes an expert guide, safety demonstration, and a complimentary group photo after your climb.

Address: 170 Main Street, Kangaroo Point, Queensland

Beach at Tangalooma Island Resort on Moreton Island

Looking for an idyllic island escape a short hop from the city buzz? You've found it! Easily accessible via a 75-minute ferry ride, Moreton Island is the perfect Brisbane day trip and one of Queensland's best-kept secrets. It's also the third largest sand island in the world .

Azure waters lap the powdery-white beaches, backed by perfectly arching palms, and the island is a wonderland for family-friendly outdoor adventures. More than 98 percent of Moreton Island is designated as a national park, with abundant wildlife both on land and in the sea.

Hop aboard a Day Cruise to Tangalooma Island Resort on Moreton Island to explore this pristine paradise. This full-day cruise includes sand tobogganing, a wildlife/whale-spotting cruise, snorkeling the famous shallow-water wrecks, or an ATV Quad Bike Tour.

Quad biking at Tangalooma Island Resort

Other bucket-list adventures here include feeding wild dolphins, kookaburra and pelican feeding, helicopter tours, Segway beach rides, and more.

Museum of Brisbane

Housed in one of Brisbane's premier heritage buildings, this intriguing museum was redeveloped and reopened in 2013. This "small in size, big in stories" museum occupies the top level of City Hall , and brings the history of Brisbane and its people to life through a series of state-of-the-art exhibitions covering everything from convict history to Brisbane's floods.

Temporary exhibitions mean there's always something new to see at the Museum of Brisbane , and all the exhibits are designed to engage visitors of all ages.

Adding to the experience are the sweeping views of the city from the magnificent clock tower. Best of all, entry, and most of the tours are free!

Address: Level 3, Brisbane City Hall, Adelaide Street, Brisbane

Customs House

Owned by the University of Queensland, this magnificent 19th-century building offers a cultural and educational experience. Although operating as a function center, Customs House includes plenty of public spaces, including an indoor/outdoor restaurant offering unparalleled river and Story Bridge views.

The daily high tea here is popular with locals and visitors, but reservations are essential. Free guided tours of the building are available on Sundays, and free music concerts are often staged in the Long Room.

Address: 399 Queen Street, Brisbane, Queensland

At the Spirit of the Red Sand Indigenous storytelling experience , you can learn all about the Earth's oldest culture. It's about a 30-minute drive from the CBD, but it's well worth the time to gain insight into a key piece of Queensland's history.

During the day, enjoy a traditional Welcome to the Country ceremony . This 1.5-hour interactive experience incorporates Dreamtime stories and cultural activities - listen to the thrumming of a didgeridoo; taste some Aussie bush tucker (food); and take part in traditional customs, like boomerang painting.

The evening dinner and theater experience is equally enthralling. In the gardens of the Beenleigh Historical Village, you'll enjoy an evocative performance of Aboriginal song and dance. The performance portrays the culture clash between the Indigenous people and the British, and is told through the eyes of Aboriginal families. What makes this performance so moving is the fact that the performers actually experienced some of these events. Along with the entertainment, you'll enjoy a delicious three-course meal spotlighting Indigenous ingredients.

Address: 205 Main Street, Beenleigh, Queensland

Official site: https://spiritsredsand.com/

Suncorp Stadium

Attending a concert or sports game at Suncorp Stadium is one of the top things to do in Brisbane for music lovers and sports fans. This is Brisbane's main events venue. Rock concerts, international soccer (football) matches, rugby league, and rugby union games are just some of the events you can see at this world-class 52,500-seat stadium.

If you're planning a visit to Brisbane, it's a good idea to check the schedule of events to see if anything takes your fancy. You can attend a Brisbane Broncos rugby match or watch performances by international mega-stars — Elton John, Justin Bieber, and Ed Sheeran are among the many performers on the star-studded lineup.

To find out more about Suncorp Stadium, consider booking a stadium tour. You'll learn all about the history of this popular entertainment venue, and even find out what's involved in staging a top sporting event or concert.

Address: 40 Castlemaine Street, Milton, Queensland

For first-time visitors to Brisbane interested in experiencing all the city's top attractions, the best place to stay is in the city center. Within walking distance are the parklands, promenades, and restaurants of South Bank; the Cultural Centre, with its museums and galleries; and Queen Street Mall. Here are some highly rated hotels in these areas:

Luxury Hotels:

  • In Brisbane's CBS, the new Emporium Hotel South Bank oozes elegance and style - think curvaceous sofas, gold-leaf mirrors, and marble bathrooms. Highlights include the rooftop infinity pool, pillow menus, and dazzling views of Brisbane.
  • A little farther out but still within walking distance of the city's top attractions is The Inchcolm by Ovolo . Decor is eclectic, with dramatic black accents and "Neo-Georgian design," and echoes the history of this heritage building - with a contemporary twist.
  • Echoes of mid-century modern Hollywood design make The Calile Hotel a great new boutique choice in Fortitude Valley. Stroll to nearby Brisbane shopping, relax in a cabana by the sparkling pool, or unwind at the wellness spa.

Mid-Range Hotels:

  • In Kangaroo Point, Il Mondo Boutique Hotel offers friendly service in a convenient location - the Story Bridge and free City Hopper ferry is a short stroll away. Choose from four different room types, ranging from motel-style rooms to one-bedroom apartments and penthouses with full kitchens. Take advantage of the free parking and sun-splashed swimming pool during your stay.
  • In a superb location, close to public transport hubs and an easy stroll from Queen Street Mall, the Cultural Centre, and South Bank, Meriton Serviced Apartments Brisbane on Herschel Street , offers exceptional value - especially for extended stays and families.
  • In an Art Deco-inspired heritage building, Adina Apartment Hotel Brisbane is a short stroll from Queen Street Mall and South Bank. Decor strikes a pleasing balance between classic and contemporary, and accommodations range from studios to three-bedroom apartments with full kitchens.

Budget Hotels:

  • The family-owned and run Riverview Motel sits in a handy Hamilton location, a two-minute walk from the Brisbane River and a stroll from the cruise terminal and Eat Street. Rooms are cute and homey.
  • Clean, bright, and recently refurbished, the George Williams Hotel is a great budget choice in the CBD. Stroll to Queen Street Mall in five minutes or cross the river to South Bank in 15 minutes.
  • See the Sights: The small-group Brisbane Segway Sightseeing Tour is a great way to see the main tourist attractions in just over two hours. Cruise along the Brisbane River, through South Bank Parklands, and capture photos of Kangaroo Cliffs. Segway instruction is included, and you can choose either a morning or afternoon departure.
  • Springbrook & Tamborine Forest Day Trip : Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and experience the breathtaking beauty of a World Heritage-listed wilderness on the Springbrook and Tamborine Rainforest Tour . This full-day wilderness adventure includes a visit to Springbrook National Park, where you'll see beautiful waterfalls and the Natural Bridge. The tour also includes a stop at the Tamborine Mountain glow worm caves and a scenic drive and hike through the Numinbah Valley. This is a small-group tour, with a maximum of 21 people, and includes expert guides, coffee and tea, transportation in an air-conditioned minivan, national park fees, and hotel pickup and drop-off.

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Posted: January 23, 2024 | Last updated: January 23, 2024

Mr. Bungle will have a slew of headlining shows surrounding their forthcoming festival appearances at Welcome to Rockville and Milwaukee Metal Fest.

Announced today , the band’s newly announced tour dates in May will find them performing through the Southeastern and Midwestern parts of the U.S. Otto Von Schirach will join them as support.

Tour dates can be seen below. Tickets for these new shows will go on sale to the general public this Friday (January 26) at 10 a.m. local time here .

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February 28 Tokyo, JP Toyosu Pit

February 29 Osaka, JP Namba Hatch

March 3 Auckland, NZ Auckland Town Hall +

March 6 Melbourne, AUS Festival Hall +

March 7 Adelaide, AUS Hindley Street Music Hall +

March 9 Sydney, AUS Hordern Pavilion +

March 10 Brisbane, AUS Fortitude Music Hall +

March 12 Perth, AUS Metro City +

May 6 Dallas, TX House of Blues #

May 7 Austin, TX Emo’s #

May 8 Houston, TX House of Blues #

May 10 Daytona Beach, FL Welcome to Rockville

May 11 Atlanta, GA Tabernacle #

May 12 Raleigh, NC The Ritz #

May 14 Nashville, TN Brooklyn Bowl #

May 15 Indianapolis, IN Egyptian Room #

May 17 Columbus, OH Sonic Temple

May 18 Milwaukee, WI Milwaukee Metal Fest

May 19 Minneapolis, MN First Avenue #

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June 17 Milan, IT Magnolia %

June 19 Berlin, DE Huxley’s %

June 20 Copenhagen, DK Copenhell

June 23 Luxembourg Atelier %

June 24 Tilburg, NL 013 Poppodium %

June 27 Oslo, NO Tons of Rock

June 29 Clisson, FR Hellfest

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% with Oxbow & Spotlights

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