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News You Can Use: Eight Things That Happened in Brisbane This Week

Here's what caught our attention over the last seven days, including a lavish new restaurant with riverside views, plus Brisbane's latest music and arts festival.
By Sarah Ward
December 02, 2022
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  • Arts & Entertainment

    Charli XCX, Duke Dumont and Sonny Fodera Are Headlining For the Love's 2023 Waterfront Festivals

    Snakehips, Cosmo’s Midnight, Budjerah, Kye, Sumner and Jade Zoe will also take to the stage at the fest's Gold Coast, Wollongong, Melbourne and Perth shows.

  • Arts & Entertainment

    Mona Foma's Massive 2023 Lineup Is Here with a Tunnel of Light, Complaints Choir and Punk Bunker

    MONA's summer music and arts festival has unveiled its full 2023 lineup, featuring 370 artists across two weekends.

  • Arts & Entertainment

    Peaches, Future Islands and 'Pan's Labyrinth' with a Live Score Lead Brisbane's New "Festival of Other Music"

    Across February and March, ΩHM will take over Brisbane Powerhouse with a boundary-pushing lineup of sound, music and performances.

  • Food & Drink

    Now Open: BOS Is Chef Adrian Richardson's New Meat-Heavy Brisbane Restaurant with a View

    The Customs House end of Queen Street is now home to a luxe 120-seater eatery with a 'Cleaver Club' — and a champagne and cocktail terrace bar to come.

  • Food & Drink

    Ippin Is the New 140-Seat Japanese Restaurant Opening in West End's West Village in April 2023

    Perched in the second floor of West Village's Garden Pavilion, Ippin Japanese Dining marks the first Brisbane location for Sydney restaurateur Kenny Lee.

  • Arts & Entertainment

    Suncorp Stadium Will Be Allowed to Host Twice As Many Concerts in 2023 and 2024

    Fingers crossed for more huge tours over the next two years, with the venue's annual major events cap increasing from six to 12.

  • Arts & Entertainment

    Brisbane Comedy Festival Has Unveiled the First Lineup of Folks You'll Be Giggling At in 2023

    Brisbane Comedy Festival's first 2023 lineup includes Danny Bhoy, Micky Bartlett, Ed Byrne, Ed Gamble, Sara Pascoe, Mel Buttle, The Umbilical Brothers and more.

  • Travel & Leisure

    Qantas Has Restarted Direct Flights Between Brisbane and Tokyo — This Time Via Haneda Airport

    Sorry, Narita Airport — Qantas has made the move to Tokyo's other flight hub, saving travellers the hour-plus commute into the city.

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