The Museum of Brisbane at City Hall is currently hosting an exhibition called ‘High Rotation’. It covers Brisbane’s exciting music scene from 1989 to the present, an era that includes some of Brisbane’s biggest names including Keith Urban, Savage Garden, Powderfinger and many more.
The exhibition is running now until 19th April 2020. Inside visitors can see classic displays such as Kate Miller-Heidke’s Eurovision dress, guitars that once belonged to Keith Urban and Bernard Fanning and a Savage Garden Platinum record.
During the course of the exhibition, walking tours and listening parties will be offered. There are also many interactive displays where guests can choose music videos to watch on large screens and also learn more about Brisbane’s most iconic performers.
High Rotation is open daily from 10am and costs just $12 for an adult and kids under 12 are free!