Green Jam Qpac

South Brisbane

GREEN JAM RESUMES IN MARCH 2019.

Get into the weekend groove on Friday nights at QPAC, with the ever popular Green Jam sessions bringing cool jazz, Korean eats and deck chairs to the lawn at Melbourne St Green.

Here music fans can pull up a chair, rug or bench under the trees and listen to everything from jazz to folk or contemporary rock over a two hour stretch that sees the sun set and the stars come out to shine.

This year's program will feature jazz students from the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University, musicians from JMC Academy, Jazz Music Institute, Brisbane City Council’s The QUBE Effect, BrisAsia projects and more.

Food is available to purchase on site at the Green Jam Eats, featuring a Korean-inspired food menu including bulgogi bao, kimchi pancakes, cabbage and mushroom dumplings with dipping sauce and BBQ chicken skewers with gochujang mayo..

Drinks including beer, wine and refreshing cocktails are available from a pop-up bar pavilion (note this is a licensed venue, with no BYO).

FULL PROGRAM HERE

 

Green Jam Sessions                                                   

QPAC

Melbourne St

Cnr Grey St

South Bank

Fridays 5.30-7.30*

Free

Map

Cnr Grey Street and Melbourne Street, South Bank QLD 4101 ‎

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