The State of Queensland, located in the north-east of Australia, is the third most populous state of the country and second in terms of size. Tourism is one of the most leading industries of Queensland, therefore there is no shortage of accommodation to choose from, ranging from budget lodgings to establishments such as Oaks M on Palmer, a provider of Townsville serviced apartments.
Townsville is a city located on the coast of Queensland, and one of the best things about this city is her thriving music scene. If you enjoy the experience of watching a talented band showcasing their music skills in a live setting, then there are many places for you to choose from to indulge in this activity.
If you’d like to get a casual glimpse of some local talent while enjoying a few drinks, then the Townsville RSL Club would be an ideal start to your live music journey. The club is open seven days a week and is known to close pretty late. Saturday is the day the club showcases live music, in addition to great bands, the Townsville RSL Club is also known to serve some equally promising food and drinks.
Townsville is also the setting for many major music festivals, encompassing a wide range of music genres and artists. If you’re a fan of chamber music, the Australian Festival of Chamber Music is a ten-day celebration that takes place exclusively in Townsville during the month of July. The massive Townsville Entertainment Centre with a capacity in excess of five-thousand people, acts as the venue for may major musical events featuring internationally renowned acts and artists. Jazz is also immensely popular in Townsville with two major festivals, the Palmer Street Jazz Festival and The Great Tropical Jazz Party respectively, taking place annually.
When it concerns live music, the experiences to be had in Townsville are diverse as well as numerous so if you’re a music-lover, this is an ideal vacation hotspot for you.
Auburn Silver is a travel writer who has a passion for fashion and a deep interest in admiring new and exotic attractions around the world. Google+