Music lovers are invited to a special all-star, benefit concert in honour of Carol Lloyd, dubbed Australia’s ‘Wild Woman of Rock’.

Home grown artists including Katie Noonan and her band george, Kate Miller-Heidke, Troy Cassar-Daley, The Kransky Sisters along with a host of Australian music identities, will share their stories of Carol in a night of rock and remembrance.

A household name in the 70s with a string of chart-topping hits around the world, Carol’s health took a turn in 2014 when she was diagnosed with terminal pulmonary fibrosis.

As her battle comes to its inevitable close, join with this star-studded cast of artists to celebrate Carol’s music, her joy, her passion, her fierce individuality and her take-no-prisoners approach to life.

Featured artists

  • Katie Noonan & george
  • Kate Miller-Heidke
  • Troy Cassar-Daly, Laurel Edwards & Family
  • The Kransky Sisters
  • Bob Downe (Mark Trevorrow)
  • Jan van de Stool (Queenie van de Zandt)
  • Leah Cotterell
  • Emma Dean
  • Alison St Ledger
  • Yani
  • Frank Millward (Railroad Gin) & Heather Keens
  • Ellen Reed
  • Peter Harvey
  • Camerata of St John’s – Queensland’s Chamber Orchestra
  • Women in Voice Band, led by Steve Russell
  • Connecting safely at QPAC

    See our safety measures.
    Please provide contact details of all attendees, where prompted.
    Theatre seating for this event will be updated in line with COVID-19 physical distancing as required.

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Presented by Support Act in association with QPAC, KIN Music & WIV Presents…

Pricing Guide

Admission Adult $69 Concession^ $53

^Pensioners, Seniors, Full-time Students