QMC Queensland Multicultural Centre
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BEMAC LIVE: Sue Ray
06/11/2020 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pmFree
LIVE VENUE EXPERIENCE
Experience the energy and atmosphere of live local music with Sue Ray, when BEMAC brings this Australian indigenous multi-award winning singer / songwriter to the Queensland Multicultural Centre (QMC) on November 6th 2020.
You’ll love her original brand of country/blues and roots music, often compared to such artists as Bonnie Raitt, Allison Krause and Lucinda Williams. Sue’s sound crosses genres allowing her to appeal to a wide audience demographic.
Experience local live music again in an intimate setting with the option of a light dinner and various seating choices. But hurry! Tickets and seating is limited (due to COVID restrictions).
FREE ONLINE LIVE-STREAM. DONATIONS WELCOME
Can’t make it to the live event? Don’t worry, because we’ll be LIVE streaming Sue’s performance directly to the BEMAC Facebook page! Make sure you select the Live stream option when registering for your ticket here.
MORE ABOUT SUE RAY
Sue recently returned back to Australia from Nashville alongside industry greats, and connected into the scene, gigging and writing. In early 2017 she released her third album “Live at the Junk Bar” and later that year the long-awaited EP “I Would Never Do That”.
Sue Ray has released three critically acclaimed albums: “Best Beware” 2008, “Red Roses” 2011 (which she co-produced with Aria award winner Magoo) then “Live At The Junk Bar” 2017. In 2018, she released an EP titled “I Would Never Do That” recorded live in Nashville TN. Sue is currently in the process of recording her next full-length album with her band The Firesigns who recently received rave reviews at the 2019 Gympie Muster.
In the past five years, Sue has accrued awards and nominations, from “Most Promising New Talent” in the 2013 Deadly awards to “Female Artist Of The Year” in the QLD Music Awards.
In 2012, “Red Roses” was nominated for “Country Album Of The Year” in the AIR Independent Music Awards, and later her title track “Lover Evermore” received the award for “Best Indigenous Track” in the QMusic Awards. Most recently, in 2018 Sue won the World/Folk category in the QMusic awards for her track “Junior Was His Name”.
What are my parking options for getting to and from the event?
- Free parking is conveniently located at the venue for up to 56 cars.
- Brisbane City Council pay and display parking is also available on Main Street and surrounding streets.
- The street parking is free after 5pm on weekdays and all weekend.
What are my transport options for getting to and from the event?
- Public Transport From CBD:
- By Bus: Catch bus 232 at Edward Street Stop 142 (near Queen Street) to Main Street at Story Bridge East, Stop 6.
- By Ferry: Catch a free ferry from Eagle Street Pier Ferry Terminal to Holman Street Ferry Terminal. Walk 307m to 102 Main St, Kangaroo Point. Ferry leaves every 15 minutes.
- Visit www.translink.com.au for more information.
Does the venue have a COVID-safe plan in place?
The Queensland Multicultural Centre (QMC) is committed to ensuring a safe environment for both our workers and guests/patrons. Under the direction of the Queensland Department of Housing and Public Works, we have taken extra precautionary measures to help mitigate the spread of the virus, and are therefore limiting numbers on patron capacity, and seating arrangements at all events.
QMC will be operating in compliance with an Industry COVID SAFE plan for Live Performance Venues/Theatres. Our venue’s operations will continue to be conducted in accordance with the current government guidelines. We will continuously review our operations and procedures based on the government restrictions and circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.
Help us stop the spread of COVID-19. If you are feeling unwell, or have COVID-19 symptoms, please do not visit the QMC.