Melt gets heated for Halloween with wicked drag

Brisbane’s 2024 Melt festival is gearing up with further program announcements including a ‘Wicked’-inspired Halloween ball.
Melt 2024 first program reveal – Club Broadway: A Wicked Halloween Ball. Photo: Supplied. A digitally rendered image featuring a witch in black at the centre, floating into an eerie green background surrounded by bats and phantoms.

Brisbane Powerhouse’s flagship queer cultural festival, Melt, has been building up anticipation for its 2024 renewed model. Last year, the festival announced that it will expand beyond the home base to hit the streets, with Spencer Tunick’s participatory nude installation later revealed as a taster of the 2024 program.

Now Melt Festival 2024 has unleashed its first round of acts that are set to perform across the city from 23 October to 10 November.

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