This week saw live music return to Brisbane in a big way, with The Zoo announcing their 'Anti-Social' live music programme, featuring a stack of Brisbane talent. The launch of The Zoo’s Anti-Social series is centred around embracing change and adapting to new thought process while focusing on and supporting local and grassroots artists. With tickets limited to 100 per session, punters eagerly jumped at the opportunity to catch their favourite Brisbane bands performing for the first time since shutdown earlier this year.
NWA acts Bugs, Butterfingers, First Beige, Concrete Surfers & Dopamine all saw fantastic results with shows selling out in the first day of going on sale. Bugs, Butterfingers and First Beige all selling out sessions within one hour of going on sale. With Bugs now closing in on their fourth session and other acts all closing in on selling out their remaining sessions, Live Music lives this coming July & August at The Zoo.
Butterfingers SOLD OUT