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Burnett Lane: Art Landing

A free street art party in the middle of the city.
By Sarah Ward
July 18, 2019
By Sarah Ward
July 18, 2019

Running parallel to the Queen Street Mall and Adelaide Street between Albert and George streets, Burnett Lane is Brisbane's oldest working laneway. For two jam-packed nights in July and August, it's also the latest place to throw a party.

At Burnett Lane: Art Landing, a heap of street artists will show off their skills, while local talent will provide the soundtrack. Expect plenty of paint, colour and light, plus beats as well. Food and drinks-wise, when you're feeling hungry or thirsty, you'll be in the right spot. The laneway has welcomed quite a few new additions this year, such as Death & Taxes, Alba Bar & Deli and El Matador — and, if you're not heading into one of those three spots, there's also Super Whatnot, Pho City, and Funny Funny.

The free shindig will take over the lane on two Fridays, so drop by from 4pm on July 26 and August 30.

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