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Jimmy Barnes announces Flesh and Wood Acoustic Tour shows!

Following sell-out shows as part of his 2014 30:30 Hindsight tour, Jimmy Barnes is once again getting ready to pack his bags and hit the stage for the Flesh and Wood Acoustic Tour 2015, commencing in Brisbane on Friday, 3 July before heading to Toowoomba, Perth, Adelaide, Sydney and Melbourne for one night only over the following weekends.
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Cheech & Chong – Up In Smoke- The Greatest Hits Tour – June 2015

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From outsider cult heroes to beloved counter- culture royalty, Cheech & Chong have blazed a smokey trail across four decades becoming one of the most loved and identifiable comedic duos of our time. Defining an era with their hilariously irreverent, no-holds-barred comedy, they released their all-time classic movie Up In Smoke in 1978, it became the most successful comedy movie of its time grossing in excess of 100 million dollars, cementing the loveable duo’s position as totems of alternative culture.
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Anastacia Resurrection Australia 2015 – Tour Announcment

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Lennard Promotions proudly presents the first ever Australian tour by international pop superstar Anastacia and her full band.

With 30 million albums sold and a string of massive worldwide hits including I’m Outta Love, Paid My Dues, Left Outside Alone and Pieces of A Dream, Anastacia has become a global icon in the world of pop music. With a steely resolve that has seen her overcome hardship and life-threatening illness, along with a golden voice far bigger than her diminutive stature may suggest, Anastacia has won a legion of fans worldwide attracted to her sublime talents as an entertainer and her inspirational story as one of modern music’s great survivors. With her brand new album Resurrection and a cannon of her classic pop hits Anastacia will reward her patient Australian fans with what is sure to be one of the most anticipated pop tours of 2015.
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David Campbell – The Broadway Show @ Concert Hall, QPAC, Brisbane 7th August 2010

  David Campbell currently sits as Australia’s foremost entertainer. His past three albums have garnered multi-platinum status, and his position as one of the country’s most popular live performers is assured. Campbell’s next project takes him back to his natural home: Broadway.

Combining Campbell’s legacy as one of Broadway’s most acclaimed cabaret stars, and his status as a leading man of Australian musical theatre, the Broadway show promises to be a once in a lifetime project from an extraordinary performer.

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Hale and Pace @ Concert Hall, QPAC, South Bank, Brisbane 21 Aug 2009

Hale and Pace    Hale and Pace Concert Hall, QPAC, South Bank, Brisbane 21 Aug 2009

The highly entertaining and much loved duo Gareth Hale and Norman Pace return to stages around Australia. The madcap wit of this comedic duo have a unique rapport with the public and media alike, with each appearance and interview they provide a rollercoaster of cultural parodies and inventive character creations.

Hale says to expect all the favourites on this tour. “The Rons will be there, Jed and Dave, Billy and Johnny and songs that will tickle your fancy.”

“There will be lots of new material” says Norman Pace, “international poker player, and we will be poking fun at anything that moves….or stays still. Members of the audience will also have a chance to star in the show.”
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The White Album Concert @ Concert Hall, QPAC, South Brisbane, Brisbane – 6 Aug 2009

The White Album Concert    In 1968 The Beatles released one of the most diverse and compelling albums of all time.

Recorded in the months after The Beatles returned disillusioned from India, their manager dead, their break up in sight, and wracked with internal tensions, the double White Album was immediately hailed as one of the most extraordinary, powerful albums in the history of music: a work of unparalleled influence and brilliance.

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QPAC’s Lyric Theatre and Concert Hall – Brisbane

lyric theatre    QPAC’s Lyric Theatre and Concert Hall were re-opened earlier this year, on 11 March, following a four-month closure and a $34.7 million refurbishment. If you’re yet to experience the changes to QPAC, here are some quick links to help you when you attend a La traviata performance.

Venue map with changes to access – click here
Form to pre-order interval drinks – click here
Information about parking and transport – click here
View a Lyric Theatre seating plan – click here
Dining options at QPAC – click here