Scene & Heard Festival

Eatons Hill Hotel

Scene & Heard is an epic, outdoor music festival coming to one of Brisbane's best entertainment venues, Eatons Hill Hotel, for a fun-filled day and night of noughties rock music and more on Saturday, November 2. 

More than a festival, Scene & Heard is about creating a connection to a time, a time when people didn't care about 'likes' and festival moments weren't instagram opportunities but collective memories. 

Scene and Heard Festival, Eatons Hill Outdoors

Headlining this epic concert is Wolfmother, fresh from an international tour and a performance at this years Splendour in the Grass. From the moment the electrifying riff kicks off in Joker and the Thief to the psychedelic breakdown in Woman, Wolfmother's back catalogue is tailor-made for the ultimate festival experience.

The stellar festival line-up also includes The Dandy Warhols, celebrating their 25th anniversary as a band. They'll bring their flamboyant party jams including Bohemian Like You and We Used To Be Friends. Also marking a milestone, Alex Lloyd joins the festivities, celebrating the 20th anniversary of his ARIA Award-winning, double platinum-selling Black the Sun as he performs his debut album in full.

Scene and Heard Festival, Eatons Hill Outdoors

Crowd favourites Sneaky Sound System will be pumping out smash hits like UFO, Pictures and I Love It, along with Perth powerhouse Gyroscope,  and Melbourne-based bands British India and Even, with Brisbane's own hip-hop royalty Butterfingers bringing it home.

And don't miss the party zone dubbed Don't Come Monday, a second dance stage designed to evoke only the best memories, with a fantastic line-up of performers including The Potbelleez DJ's, Kid Kenobi and Goodwill.

Scene & Heard Festival 

Eatons Hill Hotel - Outdoors

646 South Pine Rd

Eatons Hill 

Nov 2 from 1pm

GA $109.90 + BF

18+ Only 

3325 6777


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