IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT – 14 JANUARY 2022:
The planned launch of Kingston Butter Factory Cultural Precinct outdoor stage and grounds planned for 29 January has been postponed due to the impact of COVID-19.
Performers booked for the free community event have tested positive to COVID-19. This means they are in isolation and unable to rehearse over the next two weeks.
We are working with performers to find a new date for this event, and we will be in touch with all ticket holders to advise of the new date when confirmed. All tickets held will remain valid for the new date.
Free tickets are still available for the new date.
KBF Launch Party
Logan’s new cultural precinct is opening soon and we’re inviting you to come and celebrate!
When the sun goes down the Launch Party starts on the massive open Outdoor Stage.
We’ll be marking the arrival of Logan’s first-ever cultural precinct with a host of local legends, culture, and spectacle, with the Logan community at the heart of it all.
Don’t miss Chris Tamwoy with special guest Tania Rose Gibuma, live on the big stage.
Reflecting the incredible diversity of Logan we will be mixing it up with cultural and contemporary music, dance, visual and spoken word performances. Opening with a Welcome to Country by Auntie Robin Williams followed by a Traditional Smoking Ceremony and Cultural Dance by the Nunukul Yuggera Aboriginal Dancers, and a host of other local Logan talent featuring: Imanzi Rwandan Cultural group, Heilani Productions, The Mammas Boy Collective, LUATÈ, MR.MR, 4114 collective, Te Tai Mauri and many more.
Public transport is one of the best ways to get to the Launch Party event. Gates open at 5.30pm with entertainment from 6.30pm.
The best way to get to the event is via public transport and we’re offering free train travel. There will be no general parking on-site for the event (accessible parking only).
Free train travel is available on TransLink’s QLD Rail Scheduled and Event services to get you to and from the event. Simply show your event ticket/entry pass to travel.
Trains arrive and depart from Kingston Station located next to Kingston Butter Factory.
Timetables are available on the TransLink website and by calling 13 12 30. You can also plan your journey using their Journey Planner.
Extra trains have been added in addition to scheduled services following the event. These dedicated trains are bolded.
Outbound (Towards Beenleigh) 20:57pm, 21:13pm, 21:27pm, 21:57pm
Inbound (Towards Brisbane) 21:02pm, 21:32pm, 21:46pm, 22:02pm
*excl TransLink Bus, Ferry, Light Rail and Airtrain.
We’re excited to announce that the Living Museum of Logan and Butterbox Theatre are set to open in March 2022. There’s a great line-up of exhibitions and performances planned so stay up to date by subscribing to our newsletter below.