Teneriffe is set to welcome back its biggest street party yet, with over 45,000 festival-goers expected to join in the epic day of festivities on Saturday 27 May 2023. The Teneriffe Festival promises to be a sensory feast with gourmet eats, cultural and art activations, and sensational live music.

The Triffid has curated a massive line-up of over 20 local & national musicians with a secret headliner to be announced soon. Featuring two main stages, a riverside jazz stage, DJs, and roaming musicians, a diverse range of music will be enjoyed by all. The festival’s official beer partner Stone & Wood will be sharing their love of beer across the streets of Teneriffe, and visitors can enjoy fresh beers from the Stone & Wood Beer Garden.

Relax by the River at the Days & Daze Wine Garden, sip on delicious and sustainable wines, and enjoy jazz music curated by the Jazz Music Institute all afternoon presented by the festival’s long-lasting partner Mirvac. Visitors can also enjoy artworks created in collaboration with local school children and First Nations art ambassador Joanne Currie Nalingu – inspired by rivers, connecting culture and people.

Festival-goers will also be able to experience the Choir of Dogs, an immersive installation where music and art collide, curated by Michael Eather of Fireworks Gallery, as well as explore a treasure trove of unique finds with a mecca of artisan arts and crafts from Brisbane’s best eclectic makers and creators. Guests can also immerse themselves in culinary activations featuring renowned chefs and growers, along with artists and visionaries presenting a range of interactive demonstrations and workshops.

There will also be a specially curated kid’s program full of fun with heaps of hands-on activities, games, live performances, and engaging workshops. With an array of cuisines, artworks, and live entertainment, it’s sure to be a celebration of the best that Brisbane has to offer.

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