Festival of Tibet 2018

New Farm, Brisbane Area

26 – 29 April 2018 - 

Indicative Rate * AU$0 to AU$40

The tenth annual Festival of Tibet will be an anniversary event to remember. Two events, to go on-sale in early December, offer something for everyone – discussion, art, music, intrigue and philosophy.

Kicking off in the evening of Friday 27April, festival favourite, Ama la (the Dalai Lama’s sister, Jetsun Pema) in conversation with author and media personality, Meshel Laurie. After their sold out performance during the Festival in 2015, Festival of Tibet is deeply privileged to have Ama la and Meshel join them again.

Directly following the conversation, the festival offers up the Mystical Tibet concert with the superb Camerata – Queensland’s Chamber Orchestra.

In the following days, Festival of Tibet is excited to announce the appearance of national living treasure, Michael Leunig in an evening performance, 1000 Stories. Leunig will be creating several works of art in real time, accompanied by the music and banter of Tenzin Choegyal and friends.

The Festival will continue to offer much more with workshops, exhibitions, Tibetan food and public talks.

Event Dates

This event occurs annually:
26 – 29 April 2018

Entry Costs

Entry Cost AUD Valid From Inclusions
All Tickets $40 Please note that a transaction fee of AUD5.95 applies.

Event Venues


Brisbane Powerhouse
Address:
119 Lamington Street
New Farm
Queensland, Australia 4005

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