This note is by way of saying what I hoped was unprintable.
There’s nothing on.
Not that there’s much difference in Melbourne. Over many decades, the only serious music offering during January involved a rural retreat in the form of the Organs of the Ballarat Goldfields Festival. Over recent years, this was complemented by the Peninsula Summer Music Festival which offered a compendium to suit the season and required a retreat of a more intellectual character.
Both were out-of-town, of course, and involved road-trips hat could veer alarmingly in time spans.
But, as far as I can see, there’s nothing comparable in Brisbane. My favourite niece is taking her family to the Woodford Folk Festival, which is my idea of physical and mental hell, in this case possibly serving as punishment for domestic misdeeds
But that seems to be the only music available and that concourse entertainment falls mainly across the dying days of December 2019.