“Live at the Reservoir” series launches with Harrison Craig
The man behind Ticketmaster’s highest rated opera company, Underground Opera, Bruce Edwards has launched Brisbane’s latest live music venture, Live at the Reservoir, to bring high profile artists into the historic and unique space, the Spring Hill Reservoir.
Live at the Reservoir will partner with Qlive to kick off this project, with the 2013 The Voice Australia winner, Harrison Craig (right).
Harrison will perform at The Spring Hill Reservoir on Saturday November 25, as part of his Kings of Vegas Lounge Sessions tour, featuring hits from Mel Torme, Nat King Cole, Bobby Darin, Frankie Valli, Elvis Presley, Tony Bennett, Sammy Davis Jr, Tom Jones, Dean Martin, Bing Crosby, Barry Manilow and more.
Bruce Edwards said he was excited to partner with Qlive, Queensland’s leading promoter and events management company, for the first instalment of Live at the Reservoir.
“We’re looking forward to working with Qlive to bring Harrison to Brisbane and this is just the beginning. We can’t wait to lock in a line-up of high quality Aussie and international performers to treat Brisbane audiences to some incredible acts,” he said.
“Harrison is a vibrant, young performer and we are excited that he will help us kick off this project, while maintaining the high standard of talent performing in the reservoir, as a premium entertainment hotspot in Brisbane.
“The 150-year-old Spring Hill Reservoir, which we like to call ‘Brisbane’s Underground Opera House’ is such a unique setting and since launching the space in 2014, it’s always been my intention to create a Live at the Reservoir event.The space lends itself to solo acts, where they can share their stories with an intimate audience of just 126 people.”
Live at the Reservoir will begin with Harrison Craig’s Kings of Vegas Lounge Sessions, with two shows at 1.30 pm and 7.30 pm on Saturday November 25.
Tickets are priced from $66 – $77 (plus booking fees), on sale now from www.ticketmaster.com.au
Please note: Concerts at the Spring Hill Reservoir are suitable for patrons of all ages who are fit and able to descend stairs into the Spring Hill Reservoir performance space.
Live at the Reservoir is the newest venture from Underground Opera director and founder Bruce Edwards, who has staged ‘Extraordinary performances in breathtaking spaces’ in underground and unique spaces across Australia.
In 2017, the same year that Underground Opera celebrates 10 years, Edwards has launched Live at the Reservoir, as an exciting way to reach current and new audiences through enticing Australian and international artists into the historic, unique and intimate setting of the 150-year-old Spring Hill Reservoir. Know an artist who’d like to perform as part of Live at the Reservoir? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
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