Concert Venue Relaunch Sample

3 June 2016

Griffith Uni’s Iconic Concert Hall Reborn And Offering Amazing Experiences


Brisbane, Queensland – Griffith Uni’s iconic Concert Hall, the venue of choice for the biggest music acts for nearly nine decades, has completed a major refurbishment and is bringing new energy to the social environment of the campus.

“The completion of the Concert Hall will enhance the vibrancy of the University and students’ overall experiences,” said Sam Pool, Vice-President, Griffith Uni. “This is the first of many planned campus improvements that will help increase social engagement for students and the wider community.”

The Concert Hall redevelopment comprises new engineering, new energy efficient exterior lighting and a refurbishment of its interior that respects the heritage of the building while adding new functionality.

Landscape improvements are also underway, providing connections to Main Street, the future busway and the broader campus, and the addition of several vibrant green spaces will help to reinstate the status of the Roundhouse within the lower campus of the University.


Griffith University is a longstanding organization delivering tertiary education for over 40 years. The organization is committed to delivering the highest level of education and facilities for its students. The renovation of the concert hall will serve as a new beginning for Griffiths music programs.

Contact information:

Jo Sample
[email protected]
0400 000 000


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