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What's On In October

What’s On In October

| On 05, Oct 2014

Creative Drinks has complied a list of everything you need to see and do while in Brisbane this month.


1. RAW Brisbane Art Showcase

RAW celebrates natural born, independent artists with showcases from all aspects of art, craft, design, music, makeup, hair and theatre. Their next Brisbane event is the AXIS exhibition on the 10th of October. A fashion show, art gallery, musical performances and a film screening is all that is expected on the night. Tickets are $16.50 online or $20 at the door.

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2. Diwali

The 10th of October is also the Indian Festival of lights- Diwali. Held in King George Square, you can expect Bollywood dancers, delicious Indian food, and lights everywhere.



3. The Good Food and Wine Show

The Good Food and Wine Show will be held from the 17th-19th of October. Wine tasting, barista masterclasses and taste testing of the best foods in Brisbane are some of the experiences available this year. Tickets are $23 for a concession, or $26 for an adult. And to top it all off, The Courier Mail has come onboard to present to you, iLive. A stage where you can see your favourite TV chefs and let them teach you all of their cooking hints and tips.

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4. Brisbane Indie Twilight Markets

They are on again! Brought to you by BrisStyle.Inc, these markets showcase arts, crafts and artisans wares which are made by the person standing right behind the stall. The Twilight Markets are free and are being held on the 24th of October at King George Square.



5. Soulfest Brisbane

Presented by Channel V and Max, Soulfest has been hailed as the new alternative Soundwave. With artists such as Common, Musiq Soulchild, Aloe Blacc and Nathaniel, this is a Soul/Blues festival you do not want to miss. Held at Riverstage, there will be two stages for festival goers to experience. Limited tickets remain at $139 so get in quick before they sell out.

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6. Oktoberfest

Last but not least is the largest German festival in the world, Oktoberfest. Oktoberfest Brisbane is Australia’s biggest German festival and most anticipated cultural event. It is being held at Brisbane Showgrounds on the 10th-12th and 17th-19th of October 2014. For more information click here



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