Returning to Brisbane’s tropical inner-city oasis on the first Sunday of every month, The Sound Society embraces the true meaning of ‘easy like a Sunday morning’. Unwind to great tunes and good company all in the stunning sub-tropical surrounds of the Roma Street Parkland. This Sunday September 4, park goers can soak up songs courtesy of country quartet The Long Johns and award-winning French-Balkan band Mzaza at Lakeside Lawn.
The Sound Society is the ideal place to pull out a picnic rug and enjoy the beauty of live music – the dreamy combo of smooth tunes, delicious eats and lush greenery is pretty hard to beat! Bring your friends, your pooch or even come alone – whichever you prefer, you are sure to have a delightful morning that will soon become your regular Sunday outing.
Taking place on Banyan Lawn, the event also includes the option to pre-order a picnic hamper from the Parkland’s esteemed grazing ground, The Garden Room Café. Hampers include an appetising assortment of home-made dips, cured deli meats and farmhouse cheeses, washed down with a glass or two of vino. Concert-goers are welcome to pack their own spread and tipple of choice with the area being licensed from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm, or The Garden Room Café is also open for dine-in service. A food truck will also be making an appearance at the event, serving up a selection of flavoursome delights.
The Sound Society Roma Street Parkland is proudly sponsored by Brisbane City Council.