About Joe Geia Band – From Rations to Wages to Treaty
Brisbane City Council and Cre8tive Nations presents Black History Month 2021,“From Rations to Wages to Treaty”
The Joe Geia Band takes the audience on a musical journey into Queensland’s Black History – from Palm Island to Brisbane to the Torres Straits.
Featuring Geia’s iconic songs, significant events in Queensland’s black history will be revealed through music, visual footage and storytelling.
Joe Geia’s history and career is inextricably linked to the events told through his music in this show.
- Reserved Seating applies to this event. Seat allocations are assigned on completion of your order on a next best available seat allocation basis. - Families/Groups should buy their tickets in one transaction to ensure the party is allocated seating together.
- If you require accessibility seating please contact TICKETEBO Customer Care on 1800 381 939 for assistance AFTER you have booked your tickets (Ticketebo will then reallocate your seating arrangements to assist with your accessibility requirements).
COVID-19: Terms and Conditions of Sale
Please read the following terms and conditions:
To purchase tickets, you must provide the following contact details for everyone attending: full name, mobile number and residential address.
• Contact details, along with seating allocation, will be kept by the ticketing provider for 56 days from the date of the performance.
• Patrons agree that all contact information will be available to public health officers upon request.
• The ticketing provider will not share contact information with any third party other than the relevant health authority, and will not use the information for promotional purposes.
• Tickets will be issued in a digital, PDF format, and will be sent by email to the ticket purchaser, not individuals.
• Patrons must either print their PDF ticket/s or ensure their ticket/s are available on their phones for scanning.
• For events in which patrons have allocated seating, or if social distancing protocols change, it may be necessary for the Venue to move seating allocations to comply with current regulations at the time of the performance.
At the event
• The Patron is responsible for having their ticket/s available on their phone or printed out, with the barcode/s clearly visible, for scanning at the door. Tickets will not be reprinted at the Venue.
• Patrons must not attend if they are sick or have been overseas in the previous fortnight.
• Patrons may be asked health screening questions on arrival to the Venue.
• Patrons who are unwell will not be able to attend the event, and a full refund will be provided.
• Patrons agree to abide by all social distancing and health protocols.
• Patrons agree to follow the instructions of venue staff at all times.
• If patrons do not comply with protocols, or authorised requests, they will be asked to leave immediately without refund or further recourse.
• Refunds or exchange of tickets will be available to any customer who has developed any Covid-19 symptoms after the purchase of tickets, or who has come into contact with anyone who is symptomatic or is a confirmed case.
• Patrons acknowledge that while the Venue has taken all reasonable health and safety precautions to keep the audience, staff and performers safe, patrons enter the Venue at their own risk without recourse to claim against the Venue regarding health outcomes.
QUT Gardens Point is very well serviced by public transport. We suggest using the Translink Journey Planner to plan your visit.
There is pedestrian access from the city centre via George Street, or from Southbank Parklands via the Goodwill Bridge. Both are a short walk to QUT Gardens Point campus.
QUT has an ongoing commitment to ensure that all buildings are accessible for visitors who use a wheelchair or motorised scooter. A taxi drop off and short-term parking zone (5 minutes) is located outside Parliament House in George Street, a short distance from Gardens Theatre. There are a number of designated Disability Parking bays exclusively reserved for visitors who hold a Disability Parking permit.
Download the Gardens Point Accessibility Map (PDF file, 214.7 KB) for a visual guide to this information.
Pay-on-exit public car parks are available within a short walking distance of Gardens Theatre. A car park is located underground in the Science and Engineering Centre (P-block) and under the Riverside Expressway. Visit the QUT Facilities Management page for up-to-date information on casual parking locations and fees.
As with most public car parks, availability during busy periods and university semesters is limited. Several Pay Stations, which accept both cash and card, are located in and near the car parks.