Festival Photos

The recent Teneriffe Festival and Currie Street Music Crawl produced of plenty of free live music performances, showcasing a diverse collection of talented local artists. Featured over the two weekends were the likes of Screamfeeder, Sahara Beck, Waxx, Tia Gostelow and plenty more.

Photos from both events have been added to the gallery.

Teneriffe Time Again

The Teneriffe Festival is on again this weekend (Saturday, July 1) with food, fashion, market stalls, entertainment and live music throughout the afternoon. Despite the fact that a few locals have gone out of their way to undermine the festival in recent years, it has continued to grow as a celebration of an area that has a rich history. Teneriffe served as the centre of Brisbane’s wool export trade throughout the first half of the 20th century and was also utilised as a submarine base during World War 2 before transforming into an industrial hub prior to its emergence as a sought after residential area comprising apartments which were once wool stores, coupled with new residential developments, restaurants and retail spaces.


Whilst the riverside location and proximity to the attractions of New Farm, Bulimba, Newstead and Fortitude Valley also makes Teneriffe a popular destination for visitors from throughout Brisbane and further afield, the festival is a celebration of everything that Teneriffe has to offer. Occupying Vernon Terrace between Commercial Road and Florence Street, the festival site includes laneways off Ethel and Darth Streets and the parklands along the river.

The live music program on The Triffid River Stage kicks off at 12.45pm with Hannah Rosa and continues into the evening, with The Steel Syndicate rounding out the show from 8.00pm. Also on the bill are Shag Rock, Christian Patey, Will Anderson and 2016 Queensland Music Award winners in Doolie and Tia Gostelow, whose brand new music video can be viewed below.

For more information about the 2017 Teneriffe Festival, visit the event website or follow Teneriffe Festival on Facebook.

Big Music Weekend

There was heaps of live music across south-east Queensland over the Labour Day weekend and two of the biggest events were absolutely free.

Surfers Paradise Live delivered three nights of free live music in Cavill Mall, which featured performances from more than 25 artists, including the likes of Ivey, Tigertown, The Veronicas, Mental as Anything and Eskimo Joe.


In Brisbane on Sunday, the Stones Corner Festival also provided a feast of free music with an impressive line-up of performers such as Sahara Beck, I Heart Hiroshima and Regurgitator.


A selection of images from Surfers Paradise Live and the Stones Corner Festival have been added to the gallery.

Mountain Goat Moments

Despite sweltering heat in Brisbane on Saturday, plenty of people flocked to Fortitude Valley to take in a feast of free live music as part of the 2017 Mountain Goat Valley Crawl. With 20 artists across five venues, there was plenty of variety on offer throughout the night for music lovers of all persuasions.


Those concerned that The Zoo might have lost some of its mojo in the wake of recent renovations will be pleased to know that this Valley institution remains a seething pit of sweat, with the recent changes to the layout only serving to make movement through the facility a bit easier and provide greater capacity both in front of the stage and at the rear of the venue adjacent to the bar.

Hosting the first publicly announced reunion gig by Butterfingers, The Zoo was a heaving mass of steam and sweat as Evil Eddie and his band mates ripped through the Butterfingers back catalogue and teased with some new music that is soon to be released.

A selection of images from the 2017 Mountain Goat Valley Crawl are now available for viewing in the gallery.