Herbie Hancock

Concert Hall, QPAC

The ever-innovative and hugely influential, living jazz legend Herbie Hancock is coming to Brisbane performing live on stage at QPAC on Sunday, June 2.  

Herbie Hancock, QPAC, Brisbane

There are few artists in the music industry who have had more influence on acoustic and electronic jazz and R&B than Herbie Hancock. His illustrious career, now spanning six decades, has seen the legendary jazz musician win an astounding 14 Grammy Awards, including Album of the Year and a Lifetime Achievement Award, as well as an Academy Award for his Round Midnight score.

Hancock’s prolific recording career has provided samples for generations of hip-hop and dance artists. In addition, he's collaborated with some of the world's most iconic pop artists including Stevie Wonder, Tina Turner, Annie Lennox, Paul Simon and Snoop Dog.

Herbie Hancock, QPAC, Brisbane

Hancock will be joined live on stage by a stellar line-up including long-time band members, guitarist Lionel Loueke, bassist James Genus and drummer Vinnie Colaiuta, performing classic staples surrounded by a fluid mix of Hancock’s extensive catalogue.

Don't miss this opportunity to see the Master of Modern Jazz when he performs at QPAC this June.

Tickets are on sale now. For complete tour, ticket and VIP experience information, visit Live Nation.

Live Nation is a valued partner of Must Do Brisbane.com 

Herbie Hancock

Concert Hall, QPAC

Melbourne St

Cnr Grey St

Jun 2 8pm

From $99.90

136 246

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