Enjoy these exciting events happening in and around Toowoomba this April. Enjoy these Toowoomba events April 2019.

Something in the Water

Enjoy the show on Thursday 4 April 2019, from 7:30 pm–9:30 pm at USQ Artsworx, Toowoomba City. Something in the Water returns bigger than ever.

Featuring Toowoomba’s local music talent, Something in the Water is a collaboration between USQ music students, alumni and staff. The show seeks to highlight the exceptional local talent of Toowoomba’s burgeoning music scene.

Be amazed by the homegrown talent as these local musicians present their styles and music. From original material to innovative covers and swinging jazz, this is a show you would thoroughly enjoy.

Featuring the talented USQ music staff Melissa Forbes, Helen Russell, Bruce Woodward, Mark Scholtes, and a host of brilliant students and alumni, the show will be an evening of the most beautiful popular music.

This is a PWYC event, so pick the price that suits you! PWYC makes arts accessible for all while still supporting artists and the arts community.

Charley Pride

Enjoy the show at Empire Theatres, Toowoomba City on Sunday 7 April 2019 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm.

Charley Pride is one of the most prominent country music artists of all time. He is a best-selling artist who has sold an unbelievable 70 million albums, made 31 gold and four platinum albums, and reached quadruple platinum status. Charley Pride is second only to the King, Elvis Presley when it comes to sales. This amazing legacy is a strong reminder that ‘The Pride of Country Music’ remains one of the great legends in popular music. Charley Pride is still playing and is stronger than ever.

Charley Pride makes his way to Australia & New Zealand in March & April 2019. Take note that his 2013 tour of Australia & New Zealand is already sold out. Fans will see him play his many most famous songs, along with live and personal favourites. Don’t miss one of the biggest country music concerts of the year.

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Butterfingers – 15 Years Of Fatboys Tour

Catch the show at The Spotted Cow, Toowoomba City on Thursday 18 April 2019 8:00 pm – 11:55 pm.

After a hugely successful 2018, which has already seen Aussie hip-hop kings Butterfingers come out with new music, tour, and play a string of amazing showcases at Bigsound, the iconic group have announced the launch of their 15 Years of Fatboys Australian tour.

The tour kicks off on March 1, 2019, at The Villa in Noosa. The tour will head to the Gold Coast, Adelaide, Dunsborough, Perth, Hillarys, Frankston, Geelong, Belgrave, Brisbane, Wollongong, Newcastle, Sydney, Melbourne, Townsville, Airlie Beach, Hobart, Toowoomba, Ipswich, and culminate at The Northern in Byron Bay on April 26.

With their years of experience and an incredible sense of musical brilliance, Butterfingers are eager to launch their breakout album Breakfast At Fatboys on the road in 2019. They have announced that the old album will be released on vinyl to coincide with the tour.

Eager to kick things off, Evil Eddie says they are excited to go on tour.

They will be playing the album from start to finish, peppering the set with newer tracks and some old fan favourites, Butterfingers are veterans in the Aussie hip-hop scene.

The album Breakfast At Fatboys was a triumph for the group. Their witty, eclectic brand of stomping hip-hop became very popular across the country and beyond. Their first two singles, every time and I Love Work, both featured on the debut album, made it triple j’s coveted Hottest 100 countdown at #38 and #15 respectively, and Yo Mama dropped in at #17. The record earned the Feature Album accolade as well as a nomination for Best Independent Release at the 2004 ARIA Awards.

Wizarding World – Family Fun Day

Enjoy the family fun day at Toowoomba City Library, Toowoomba City on Saturday 27 April 2019 9:30 am – 4:00 pm.

Discover the Wizarding World with events and activities for the whole family. Enjoy the magical markets, brought to you by The Eclectic Emporium. The Eclectic Emporium market area will trade from 9:30 am to 3:30 pm if the weather cooperates.

Big Skies Festival

Don’t miss the Festival at Jimbour Station, Western Downs on Saturday 27 April 2019 at noon and on Sunday 5 May 2019 at 12:00 am

Set on the marvellous Jimbour Plains in Queensland’s Western Downs, Big Skies is a yearly event honouring the sights, tastes and particular experiences of the region. Headlined by the legendary Dalby Picnic Races, and coming to an exciting climax at the Day on the Plain rock concert, the festival has an incomparable calendar.

From tours and leisurely lunches to feasts and an outdoor cinema, travel through Western Downs and engage in the authentic rural experience.

Cap off your Big Skies adventure by camping out at the grounds of Jimbour House. Spend time exploring the area.

Day On the Plain

See icons of Aussie rock John Paul Young, Ross Wilson, Jon Stevens, Deni Hines and Pseudo Echo at the famous Jimbour Station for the concert on Saturday 4 May 2019. Be there for some excellent music, a fun open-air bar and a market lane.

It’s the best of classic Aussie rock. The concert is one of the most exciting Toowoomba events.

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