Fete de la Musique Brisbane 2009 was a huge success seeing more than 220 musical acts perform. The event, which took place on Sunday June 21, was simultaneously hosted by more than 330 cities around the world.
Despite the rainy conditions some of Brisbane’s biggest acts were among the hundreds of artists who performed.
Famous French, singer, pianist and guitar player, Martin Rappenea headlined the festival and was joined ny local headliners Tyrone Noonan, No Limits, Sound Collective and Ruby Tigers.
Brisbane was a scene of musical diversity: from blues and classical to reggae and rock, captivating the city in over 60 unique spaces such as libraries, musueums, cafes, churches, parks, hospitals and city cats.
The festival was celebrated around the world with the help of a few star players. The home of Fete de la Musique, Paris, saw US singer Chris Isaak and British pop star Seal headlining an evening concert in Bois de Boulogne, while the Paris orchestra performed at the Louvre museum.
Check out some of the images from the event below.
You can check out the offical website here: www.fetedelamusiquebrisbane.com.au
Yours in design,