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We have your weekend plans sorted with our jam-packed weekly calendar of events. There’s something there for the whole family – from the region’s premier events, to all things cool, quirky and entertaining. Get your plans sorted now!

The Woman In Black Play | Saturday 27 April | The Empire Theatre
After three decades in the West End, this iconic and thrilling story is coming to Australia. This spectacular performance is guaranteed to immerse you in its gripping atmosphere. If you’re looking for a night of suspense, then book your tickets now. 2:00pm or 7:30pm.


Autumn Art Exhibition Opening | Saturday 27 April | Pittsworth Art Gallery
The Pittsworth Art Gallery’s new exhibition will be bursting with vibrant artworks, thought-provoking pieces, and mesmerising displays. If you’re looking to support some local artists and experience authentic country hospitality, then add this art gallery to your map. 9:00am – 4:00pm Saturday, then 10:00am – 1:00pm Wednesdays – Sundays.

Picnic at the Polo: Autumn Edition | Sunday 28 April | Clifton Recreation Grounds
Take a country drive out to Clifton for an action-packed day of polo, fashion, delicious food, and more. Grab your pitch-side spot to witness all the action from the comfort of your car! Bring the whole family along (including leashed fur-riends) and experience an authentic country event for yourself. From 10:00am.

Collective Weave Exhibition | Cobb + Co Museum | Open daily, 9:30am – 4:00pm
Step into an immersive art installation, inspired by nature. Dance, weave, and create as each movement transforms the space around you. Interact, engage, and experience the colourful and vibrant exhibition.

Dine in the Vines | Friday or Saturday | Rosalie House
Indulge in this intimate dining experience with 4 – 6 of your closest friends, nestled amongst the vines, and enjoy a meal you’ll never forget. There’ll also be an opportunity for wine-tasting and a private tour of the vineyard. $250 per person. Enquire online. 

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Live Music

Are you ready to pump up the jam with awesome live music and cheers to the weekend? We’ve gathered some of the best local venues, delivering a packed calendar of live music in the Toowoomba Region for you to check out this week.


Fitzy’s | Bart Thrupp | Lockyer Valley Celtic Pipe Band | Luke Melhop | from 12:00pm
The Grand Hotel Oakey | Sean P | from 3:00pm
Bodega Bar
| Kane Maher | from 7:00pm


Rick 46 | Warm in July | from 7:30pm
Tatts Hotel | 7 Day Weekends | until late
City Golf Club | 2 Timing | from 8:00pm
Bodega Bar | Jot Garrott | The Richard Pictures | from 7:00pm


Tatts Hotel | Kings of Cali | until late
City Golf Club | Brown Suga | from 8:00pm
Mouse Proof Brewery | Blues Jam | from 2:00pm
Bone Idol Brewery | Dirty Water | from 8:30pm
Bodega Bar | Liar Birds | Radio Nowhere | from 7:00pm

Live Music


If there was ever a time to shop local, it’s now, and our region has plenty of markets that feature local creators, producers, makers and bakers. These stall holders have everything to fill your home, fridge, pantry and belly with the freshest local produce you can buy.


Toowoomba Farmers Markets, Cobb+Co Museum, Under the Windmills. 7:00am - 12:00pm
Yarraman Markets, Corner New England and D'Aguilar Highways. 7:00am – 1:00pm
Autumn Vibes Twilight Market, The Goods Shed, Toowoomba. 3:00pm – 8:00pm


Toowoomba Sunday Markets, James Street, Toowoomba. 7:00am – 12:00pm
Nearly Mothers Day Markets & Sunday Sesh, Aberfeldy Barn, Westbrook. From 1:00pm
Pittsworth Lions Markets, Pittsworth Pioneer Village. 8:00am – 1:30pm


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Southern Queensland Country Tourism acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the lands and waterways that run through these regions. We pay our respects to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders past, present and emerging.