Brisbane Festival announce absolutely huge full 2018 line-up

Over the past couple of years, Brisbane Festival has built itself as one of the biggest and best city-wide festivals on the globe. But this year they’ve really outdone themselves.

Just last week they announced some huge line-ups for their opening and closing parties, but now we’ve all been treated to their full program… and it’s a doozy.

Violent Soho, Ball Park Music, Eskimo Joe, Jen Cloher and more are set for a huge 2018 instalment of Brisbane Festival. You’re not going to wanna miss out.

The festival’s massive opening night will see Ball Park Music, San Cisco, Ruby Fields and Tia Gostelow tearing apart the Riverstage, before a catalogue of the country’s best artists descend upon the city for nearly month of A+ live music, art, and theatre.

Laying down perfromances for the festival will be such acts as Jen Cloher, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, Gareth Liddiard (The Drones), Eskimo Joe, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, and a whole heap more.

On its closing night, Riverstage will be closing the festival in style with epic performances from Violent Soho, Meg Mac, Methyl Ethel, and WAAX.

Brisbane loves music and Brisbane Festival reflects that spirit with a line-up of some of our greatest local bands alongside other top Australian and international acts,” says the festival’s artistic director David Berthold.

Suss out the full line-up below:

Riverstage Opening Night Concert
Ball Park Music
San Cisco
Ruby Fields
Tia Gostelow

Riverstage Closing Night Party
Violent Soho
Meg Mac
Methyl Ethel

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

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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

Tivoli in the Round
Sarah Blasko
Gareth Liddiard
Polish Club

Tickets on sale 9am July 3rd via the Brisbane Festival website.