Music is best when it is live and loud, and Brisbane has the event to prove it. That'd be the aptly named Brisbane Live Music Week, a seven-day celebration of the city's sonic shenanigans presented by community radio station 4ZZZ.
Sure, any and all gigs taking place in Brisbane from March 25 to 31 technically fit the bill, but it wouldn't be BLMW without something special joining the fold. This year, 4ZZZ are bringing the party home with a Good Friday gig in their car park, which will all be broadcast live on air.
Yes, that means you can still listen if you can't make it along, but you know that being there will be oh-so-much better than tuning in. Catch Sweater Curse, Marville and Eyes Ninety from 1pm on March 30, in what promises to be a free, fun way to spend the public holiday. And if you need some excitement in the lead-up, the Zeds will also be showcasing their live recorded sets all week too, including the likes of Courtney Barnett, Hiatus Kaiyote, Radio Birdman and The Go-Betweens.