Upcoming concerts

Timpani sticks on a traps table in front of a musician playing the timpanis. In the distance you can see an orchestra.

Season 2 Showcase

SATURDAY 31 JULY, 7 PM
Old Museum, Bowen Hills

Join Queensland Wind and Brass as they guide you through the music for their second season of 2021.

Ticket information: This event is General Admission. Ticket details will be available closer to the event.

A row of QWAB musicians playing clairnet and bassoon

City Sounds

SUNDAY 5 SEPTEMBER, 12 PM, 1 PM, 2 PM
Queen Street Mall, Brisbane City

Queensland Wind and Brass will present a range of light, popular music in the top rotunda of Queen Street Mall. Come and join the ensemble for a great selection of well-known tunes from movies and stage shows, as well as other toe-tapping classics.

Free concert. No ticket necessary.

Queensland Wind and Brass plaing different brass instruments

Bands in Parks

SATURDAY 18 SEPTEMBER, 6 PM
Pat Rafter Arena, Queensland Tennis Centre, Tennyson

Queensland Wind and Brass will fill the Queensland Tennis Centre with a range of light, popular music from across the decades. Come and join the ensemble for a great selection of well-known tunes from movies and stage shows, as well as other toe-tapping classics.

The Baseline café and bar will be open for patrons to enjoy the entertainment with a glass of wine and a meal. There will be a grass section in front of the band to bring a picnic blanket and limited unreserved seating on the paved area behind the grass.

Free concert with unreserved seating. Tickets will be available through Brisbane City Council closer to the date. There will be limited walk-in availability on the door.

Birds eye view of a grand piano being played

Season 3 Showcase

SATURDAY 4 DECEMBER, 7 PM
Old Museum, Bowen Hills

Join Queensland Wind and Brass as they guide you through the music for their third season of 2021.

Ticket information: This event is General Admission. Ticket details will be available closer to the event.

Looking for more music magic?

Head to our YouTube channel to immerse yourself in the sounds and vibrations of Queensland Wind and Brass from the last decade.