Events at Council venues

Brisbane City Council runs a range of events, activities, classes and workshops. You can find out what's on at Council's venues using these listings. Find events at your local library or park, what's happening at King George Square or what's on at the Brisbane Powerhouse or the Riverstage.


Library events

Check your local library for events such as author talks, concerts, children's story time and internet and computer classes.

Valley Malls

Check out the great events happening in the Valley Malls, such as the markets every Saturday and Sunday.

Brisbane Powerhouse

The Brisbane Powerhouse, located on the banks of the Brisbane River, is a hub for theatre, music, comedy, film, visual arts, festivals and more.

Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium

The Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium features entertaining and informative shows for adults and children. Find out what's on.

Museum of Brisbane

Museum of Brisbane is located in a purpose-built gallery on Level 3 of the newly restored City Hall. Discover the living history of Brisbane and its people through collective and individual stories.

Brisbane Institute of Art

The Brisbane Institute of Art is a not-for-profit organisation that offers art classes and workshops.

Parks & gardens activities

Discover a variety of free and low cost events and activities in Brisbane's parks and gardens. You can find activities for health, fitness, fun and well-being.

Visible Ink events

Visible Ink give young people aged under 26 opportunities to organise their own workshops, projects, events and business.


Riverstage is a great outdoor entertainment venue located in the heart of Brisbane showing a variety of international and local acts.

City Hall

City Hall plays host to a wide variety of free, ticketed and private events. Find out what's on.

King George Square

Find out what's on in King George Square. The square hosts a variety of events including markets and Games Night.

Walter Taylor Bridge Tours

Join Brisbane Greeters for a tour of the heritage-listed Walter Taylor Bridge precinct and pylon.