The Brisbane shows join a handful of concerts around the country with some of Australia’s most prestigious Symphony Orchestras.

Each night, the five piece will be joined by over 50 members of Queensland Symphony Orchestra for an evening that showcases brand new music as well as reinterpretations of some signature Birds Of Tokyo classics.

Birds Of Tokyo is Australia’s most successful contemporary rock band. Over the years the band has had eleven separate songs make Triple J’s “Hottest 100”. Their breakthrough hit “Plans” ranked #4 on the 2010 countdown. It was taken from Birds of Tokyo’s self-titled third studio album, which went double platinum and spent over eight months in the ARIA top 20. The eponymous release received the ARIA Award for Best Rock Album. Birds of Tokyo capped off 2020 by releasing Summer anthem “Weekend” ahead of a run of festival shows in the band’s home state of WA.

“(Ian) Kenny’s voice is stunning – it is powerful and filled with a passion that can be felt far more obviously live.” Amplify
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    QPAC is currently operating at 100% capacityi under a COVID Safe Plan approved by Queensland Health. As social distancing is not always possible in our theatres and foyers, masks are strongly recommended for all patrons in our foyers and theatres. Please bring your own mask with you. For contact tracing purposes we are using the Check In Qld app and encourage all patrons to download the app and fill out their details prior to attending performances at QPAC. Find out more.

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Presented by Queensland Symphony Orchestra



Pricing Guide

Admission A-Reserve $119 B-Reserve $99 C-Reserve $89 D-Reserve $69

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