The Tivoli

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52 Costin St, Fortitude Valley QLD 4006, Australia, Brisbane
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Description

As one of Tivoli’s most famous and best-loved music venues, the Tivoli, which is nicknamed the Tiv, has welcomed a range of artists from all over the world and is also an indoor theatre venue. For example, the Tivoli has welcomed incredible international artists such as the likes of Nick Cave, Missy Higgins, Silverchair, Paul Kelly, Katy Perry, Taylor Swift, Lily Allen and Bob Dylan.

The Tivoli is known for its innovative and unforgettable performances and mini festivals such as the What’s Golden event which featured a custom-built stage, sound system and lighting rig in the Tivoli’s central foyer. To celebrate the 100-year anniversary, the Brisbane Festival partnered with the Tivoli which showcased international and national work. Boasting an exquisite art-deco design, the Tivoli provides intimate and simultaneously dynamic performance.  

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Capacity and Seating

The Tivoli is a multi-purpose venue with a capacity of 1,500 and a seating capacity of 700. The Tivoli also has another smaller conference room which has a capacity of 250 people. The venue can also host a range of private events. 

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How to get there

The Tivoli address is:

52 Costin St,  

Fortitude Valley, Brisbane

  • Car: there is no on-site parking at the Tivoli and there is street parking in the surrounding area. The nearest car park to the venue is on King Street which is free for the first 3 hours and then it costs $10 after 3 hours. 
  • Train: the closest train station to the Tiv is Fortitude Valley Station. You must exit onto Brunswick Street and then turn right before you walk away from the Valley Mall. 
  • Buses: the nearest bus stops are the Old Museum (Bowen Bridge Road) or the Jubilee Hotel (Saint Pauls Tce at Constance Street)  
  • Taxi: another option is taking a taxi or rideshare using UBER, Ola and DIDI. 
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Access

Access Requirements

The Tivoli is dedicated to adapting to access customer’s individual needs and it will try to support access customers going to the Tivoli as much as possible. If you have any access enquiries please call (07) 3852 1711 to discuss your needs before the event.

Wheelchair Access

There are wheelchair access ramps at the front door making the Tivoli fully accessible for all customers.

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History

The Tivoli Theatre building was originally built as Adam Bakery in 191 and boasted some of the most delicious gourmets in Queensland. Following this, the Tivoli was used by the State Library of Queensland to store books but not long after, the building was transformed into the Tivoli Restaurant and Theatre which was inspired by the 1803 cabaret theatre Paradis Latin in Paris.

The venue made its grand opening in 1989 with Putting on the Ritz, which is a show that celebrates the Golden Age of Hollywood which featured hits from composers George Gershwin, Irving Berlin and Cole Porter. When the Tivoli saw its anniversary in 2017, the Brisbane Festival partnered with the Tivoli. Today, the Tivoli welcomes a range of international and national artists from all over the world. The venue can also be used as a theatre showcasing a variety of performances.

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Featured videos

DMA's Brisbane Live at the Tivoli 26/10/20

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MIKA Big Girl @The Tivoli, Brisbane 24-FEB-2020

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ONEFOUR - The Get Back Tour

The Tivoli

52 Costin St, Fortitude Valley QLD 4006, Australia, Brisbane1

1NOTE: approximate address. The only address that is completely valid is the one shown on the tickets