The Moreton Bay Anywhere Festival is returning to The Sheds at Brendale.
Hip Hops Brewers will host a night of live music and a fire dancing spectacular on Friday May 19.
It will feature local talent Jade & Aria, Tahiya, Natasha Rose and Ronin, and Zoe Quinn with Flux Entertainment bringing the fire.
The Moreton Bay Anywhere Festival features performances in unexpected spaces, not constrained by a theatre or time frame.
Dozens of shows
There are more than 60 shows and events, with theatre, music, comedy and dance showcasing local performers and international acts with emerging and established artists.
The Sheds at Brendale’s vision is to create a mixed-use venue for production, warehousing and distribution but also offer a front-of-house service directly to the community.
It is currently home to My Oh My, Coffee Hut, Total Work Wear, Builders Discount Warehouse, Freddy’s and Hip Hops Brewers.
Opportunities still exist to lease space at The Sheds. For more contact The Sheds at Brendale by clicking here.
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