What's on King St this October

24 Sep 2021

We’ve got entertainment and experiences for all.

Whether you're into bespoke creations or outdoor adventures, King St will play host to entertainment and experiences for all in October.


King St Book Club | Tuesday 12 October

This month's King St Book Club will cover Hannah Bent's new novel "When Things Are Alive They Hum". Join the club at artisan to explore themes of love, grief and fate in a discussion guided by Avid Reader, with a glass of wine and nibbles provided by a neighbouring King St restaurant included in your $50 ticket. Learn more and book your spot here.


Daily knockoffs | Space & Co

Visit Space & Co between 4 pm and 6 pm Tuesday-Saturday to enjoy knockoff-friendly prices on cocktails and beers! Pair your beverage of choice with Space & Co's fabulous weekly entertainment lineup, including live music and trivia.



New exhibition and workshops | artisan

artisan is launching their new exhibition, Pulp Friction, on Saturday 2 October! The exhibition (running until 12 November) hosts a series of designs, installations and complex paper works that examine cultural issues of the Chinese diaspora, including Chinese folk culture, cultural tourism, and the commodification of cultures. 

In addition to the new exhibition, artisan's October workshop lineup offers the chance to make clay vessels, bobbin lace, silver rings from wax casts, boro bags, and crochet. You can read more and book in to workshops here.



The Finders Keepers | Brisbane Showgrounds | Friday 15-Sunday 17 October

Shop from a hand-picked assortment of local makers, designers and artists with everything from ceramics to jewellery and pet accessories on offer! Peruse the stallholders and purchase your $5 ticket (pre-purchased tickets required for entry) here, and don't forget your card—The Finders Keepers is officially cash-free.



Let's Go Brisbane Caravan & Outdoor Sale | Brisbane Showgrounds | Thursday 28-Sunday 31 October

Browse the best of caravans, motorhomes, campervans, camper trailers, tent trailers, recreational products and accessories at this huge lifestyle tradeshow. There'll be seminars and camp cooking demonstrations to inspire your next adventure. Don't forget to visit King St's restaurants and cafes for a bite before or after your visit! Plan your visit here.


Various performances | The Tivoli

Brisbane locals are in the spotlight this month, with Beddy Rays, Hope D, King Stingray, Good Boy and Shandy all taking over The Tivoli. If comedy is more your thing, then check out Randy Feltface and The Naked Magicians, who are finally able to go through with their Comedy Festival shows after they were cancelled due to lockdown in August. See more and buy tickets here.


What are you adding to your calendar for October?