March 2013: There aren’t many artists whose songs and emotive performances have infiltrated the hearts and minds of a generation of Australians in quite the same way as Neil Finn, and in March 2014 Finn will return for a national tour in support of his new album ‘Dizzy Heights’.
In celebration of their five decades of success, UK's legendary group The Hollies return to the Concert Hall on Tuesday February 11, 2014. The Hollies created some of the best songs of our time. To witness the original Hollies is truly inspiring. Guitarist/vocalist Tony Hicks and drummer Bobby Elliott with Peter Howarth, Ray Stiles, Steve Lauri and Ian Parker, play their timeless songs, revealing their astonishing musical prowess and trademark harmonies. The band's anthems are powerful and touching, a rare combination to delight long-time devotees and win over a new generation of fans.
From November 19: Sensational sets, stunning special effects, Ian Fleming's irresistible story, and an unforgettable score by the Sherman Brothers (Mary Poppins) all add up to a blockbuster musical that everyone will love. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang live and boasting a stellar Australian cast of over 70 headed by David Hobson and Rachael Beck.
January 2014: Due to unforeseen scheduling conflicts, Celtic Woman have been forced to postpone their forthcoming Australian tour. The concerts were due to commence on September 12 and tour is rescheduled to January 2014.
March 20 - 24, 2014: Mrs Brown is putting the whole family into her suitcase and heading to Brisbane for her first live tour! Starring Mrs. Brown's Boys and featuring the original cast from the BBC TV series, Mrs. Brown Rides Again is jam packed with all the laughs and drama you can expect from the mother of all comedy. Feckin' hilarious and completely uncensored; Mrs Brown's Boys Live in Mrs Brown Rides Again will have you rolling in the aisles!
Monday, May 12: Michael Bublé is returning to Brisbane in 2014. Michael Bublé has been smashing box office records in the UK recently where it is the year's hottest ticket. Originally slated to do six nights at London's O2 Arena, he was forced to add four extra shows when the first run sold out in just five minutes.