Stanthorpe Music & Arts Festival


Stanthorpe Music and Arts Festival is an explosion of live music, visual art and performances in the heart of the Granite Belt, just 3 hours from Brisbane.

Stanthorpe Music & Arts Festival

Held on Saturday, December 4, 2021, the Stanthorpe Music and Arts Festival features a jam-packed program of music, roving performances, artist exhibitions and a chance to get hands on with art workshops.

Stanthorpe Music & Arts Festival

Chill out in the Chai tent, sip on the Granite Belt’s award-winning wines and craft beer, and savour the local pop-up food stalls.

Stanthorpe Music & Arts Festival

Leading the live music line-up is Brisbane-based gypsy-jazz band Cigány Weaver, joined by jazz, soul, funk, latin-groove band Come What May; one-man band Mitch King’s dirty blues; bush ballad/folk duo Penny & Roger; and pop folk band Nine Year Sister. There will also be a number of “Short & Sweet” open mic style sets between bands.

Stanthorpe Music & Arts Festival

The Festival is family-friendly with a cheeky roving circus, puppet shows, activity stall and workshops, plus 12 years old and under are free!

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Stanthorpe Music & Arts Festival

Tickets start at $10 and include 8 hours of live music, art workshops, puppet show, all performances and use of art space. Price does not include food and drinks, wine or beer which are to be purchased separately.

This event is proudly funded by the Australian and Queensland Governments through the Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements (DRFA).  

Southern Downs Regional Council is a valued partner of Must Do

Stanthorpe Music & Arts Festival

Weeroona Park


Dec 4, 2021


Adults $20; 13-17 years $10

Under 12 - Free 


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