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Enliven, engage and excite for Brisbane Festival 2021 at Eagle Street Pier


Brisbane’s premier dining precinct, Eagle Street Pier, are proud to partner with Brisbane Festival 2021 to elevate your next dining experience.


The Festival - running from 3 to 25 September - will bring Messengers of Brisbane to Eagle Street Pier, along with a schedule of roving performers and a much-loved favourite, the Sunsuper Riverfire.


As a part of Messengers of Brisbane, one of the installations Gouldian Finches, will land at Eagle Street Pier providing a spectacular addition of colour to surprise & delight passers-by. Created by internationally renowned artist, Florentijn Hofman, the birds themselves are brought to life by Brisbane’s Urban Art Projects.


Eagle Street Pier’s roving performances will include fire twirling, neon acts, juggling and more across six festival dates from 5-8pm - the perfect accompaniment for a pre-show dinner or nightcap following a performance:

  • Thursday 9 September | 5pm to 8pm

  • Friday 10 September | 5pm to 8pm

  • Friday 17 September | 5pm to 8pm

  • Saturday 18 September | 5pm to 8pm

  • Thursday 23 September | 5pm to 8pm

  • Friday 24 September | 5pm to 8pm

The Sunsuper Riverfire will return Saturday 25 September to wrap up three incredible weeks of Brisbane Festival. One of the most electrifying displays in Australia, the firework spectacular will light up the sky from multiple bridges, barges and city rooftops, with Eagle Street Pier the best view in town to experience the entire evening. A variety of different dining offerings as well as functions and events are currently available across Eagle Street Pier’s 15 leading restaurants, casual dining locales and entertainment hotspots.


Go all out on your Brisbane experience and complete your festival outing by discovering the city's most beautiful dining experiences.


Eagle Street Pier along with Brisbane Festival are delivering the fun & festivities for all to enjoy.


More information on Brisbane Festival can be found via: www.brisbanefestival.com.au

More information on Eagle Street Pier can be found via: www.eaglestreetpier.com.au