Up Late returns to Brisbane’s GOMA over two spectacular nights in March with sets by leading Australian musicians and DJs, live custom motorcycle builds, bars and more.

Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art Director Chris Saines said The Motorcycle Up Late would run from 6.00 to 10:30pm on Friday 19 March and Saturday 20 March. ‘With a spacious outdoor setting on the Maiwar Green and additional bar locations, the all-agesevent will deliver Up Late’s trademark mix of music and exhibition experiences in a fully COVID-safeenvironment,’ Mr Saines said. ‘Included in the ticket price, GOMA’s major summer exhibition, ‘The Motorcycle: Design, Art, Desire’,showcases the art, design and history of one of the most iconic objects of the last 150 years and features multiple interactive experiences for all ages.’

Live music on Friday 19 March will include the raw modern rock and roll of THE HI BOYS and lush indie pop from Mackay-based singer-songwriter TIA GOSTELOW, with an electrifying set from festival-favourite Brisbane punks powerhouse WAAX. Along with DJs: Black Amex, Lori Lee and Sweaty Baby.
On Saturday 20 March, the razor-sharp grunge of all-female punk four-piece VOIID will be followed by the lyrically deft triple j Unearthed Artist of the Year, Tweed-based Gudjinburra rapper JK-47. The Motorcycle Up Late culminates in a one-of-a-kind set from one of the most illustrious figures of Australian rock, TEX PERKINS, joined by friends Jez Mead, Lucie Thorne and Christian Pyle. Along with DJs: Eamon Sandwith, Paolo and Patience Hodgson.

FRIDAY 19 MARCH 6.00pm – 10.30pm
WAAX | Tia Gostelow | The Hi-Boys | DJs: Black Amex, Lori Lee and Sweaty Baby
SATURDAY 20 MARCH 6.00pm – 10.30pm
Tex Perkins & Friends | JK-47 | VOIID | DJs: Eamon Sandwith, Paolo and Patience Hodgson

Tickets and info here:…/themotorcycle/up-late