Welcome to the QPAC Concert Hall, one of Australia's most spectacular concert venues. With its versatile design and exceptional acoustics, this venue sets the stage for unforgettable performances, ranging from grand orchestral concerts to side-splitting stand-up comedy shows.
Step into the QPAC Concert Hall and be mesmerised by its distinctive architecture, which perfectly complements the intimate atmosphere. The front of stage auditorium boasts 1,600 seats, each offering a prime view of the performance. And if needed, the seating capacity can expand to 1,800 with the use of the choir balcony seats.
As you take your seat, your gaze will be drawn to the towering presence of the magnificent Klais Grand Organ, proudly displaying its impressive array of 6,500 pipes. This awe-inspiring instrument not only adds to the visual splendor but also enhances the acoustics, creating a truly immersive musical experience.
Are you curious about the seating arrangements? Simply click on the desired section below to view the seating map:
Located on Level M, upstairs from the Grey Street entrance. If you're collecting your tickets at the Box Office, be sure to have your Booking Reference Number handy for a smooth pickup.
Large bags and umbrellas must be left in the cloakroom, located on Level M. For more information please review our cloaking policy here.
There are a limited number of plastic booster seats available. You can find out more information in our help guide.
Merchandise stands can be found on the Stalls level (Level 2), and pop-up stands may appear on the ground floor.
Toilets are located on Level TM, with additional toilets on Levels M and 4, and downstairs from Door 6 on the Grey Street side of the foyer. Accessible toilets are available on the ground level and Levels LM, 2, and 4. There is a baby change facility in the toilets on Level TM.
Lifts & Access
Three lifts provide access to the Lyric Theatre foyers from the ground floor. Check your ticket for your door number and go to Level 2 for doors 1-10, or Level 4 for all other doors. Unless you have specifically booked wheelchair accessible seating, there may be some stairs involved during your visit. Call 136 246 if you have any mobility concerns.
What to wear
It's not necessary to dress up to come to QPAC, although guests may like to dress for a special occasion. Generally, smart casual dress is perfect. As our theatres are air-conditioned, you may want to bring a light wrap or jacket, especially during Brisbane's summer weather.
Concert Hall Location
The Concert Hall is located within QPAC and is easily accessible from South Brisbane Station and Cultural Forecourt. Parking options include the Performing Arts Car Park and the Queensland Museum.
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Angélique Kidjo shares music from her remarkable new album alongside selections from her celebrated back‑catalogue.
Queensland Symphony Orchestra Opera Gala8 - 9 MarConcert Hall, QPAC
Experience all of the highlights of Puccini’s operas in one epic gala, under the baton of Giordano Bellincampi.
Changing the Conversation Changing the Game12 Mar 2024, 7pmConcert Hall, QPAC
Immerse yourself in a challenging conversation with our panel about what happens in the world of sport.
An Evening with Nigella Lawson14 Mar 2024, 7:30pmConcert Hall, QPAC
Spend an evening with internationally-renowned food writer and TV cook Nigella Lawson.
2024 Maksim The Collection16 Mar 2024, 8pmConcert Hall, QPAC
Experience the virtuoso pianist Maksim Mrvica in his classical crossover show The Collection with his band and orchestra.
The King’s Singers20 Mar 2024, 7:30pmConcert Hall, QPAC
Beloved by the world over, from London’s Royal Albert Hall to New York’s Carnegie Hall, this concert is not to be missed.
World Science Festival Brisbane Leigh Sales AM and Annabel Crabb: An Afternoon of Science23 Mar 2024, 4:30pmConcert Hall, QPAC
Celebrate curiosity, innovation, and the sheer joy of scientific discovery.
World Science Festival Brisbane Night of the Nerds23 Mar 2024, 8pmConcert Hall, QPAC
Two all-star teams of scientists, tech heads and funny people face off in a series of challenges.