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Watch Brisbane's iconic landmarks light up for the launch of the REIMAGINE Virtual Events, from sunset on Monday 2 November.

Brisbane's Story Bridge, Victoria Bridge, Redacliff Place sculptures as well as the breathtaking Tropical Display Dome at the Brisbane Botanic Gardens, Mt Coot-tha will be illuminated as we kick off our 2-week REIMAGINE program of events to celebrate our cultural diversity!

Sunset on Monday, 2 November is at 6:07pm, so pack a picnic and head out to enjoy our beautiful city.  While you're enjoying the colourful spectacle you can stream a replay of our MOSAIC World Concert that will premiere at noon on Sunday, 1 November.

See full details at the Brisbane City Council Light Up Brisbane Calendar.

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6:00pm - 10:00pm
WHERE
Brisbane
CONTACT
Sarah Pember ·
15 RSVPS
Emma Datson Kelly Chin Sean fisher Rehana Begum Vera Pottinger Harry Ting
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2-11-2020 18:00:00 2-11-2020 22:00:00 Australia/Brisbane Light Up Brisbane to launch REIMAGINE Photo credit - Quest News   Watch Brisbane's iconic landmarks light up for the launch of the REIMAGINE Virtual Events, from sunset on Monday 2 November. Brisbane's Story Bridge, Victoria Bridge, Redacliff Place sculptures as well as the breathtaking Tropical Display Dome at the Brisbane Botanic Gardens, Mt Coot-tha will be illuminated as we kick off our 2-week REIMAGINE program of events to celebrate our cultural diversity! Sunset on Monday, 2 November is at 6:07pm, so pack a picnic and head out to enjoy our beautiful city.  While you're enjoying the colourful spectacle you can stream a replay of our MOSAIC World Concert that will premiere at noon on Sunday, 1 November. See full details at the Brisbane City Council Light Up Brisbane Calendar. Sarah Pember SarahP@multiculturalaustralia.org.au
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Emma Datson
Kelly Chin
Sean fisher
Rehana Begum
Vera Pottinger
Harry Ting

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