Brisbane Entertainment Centre
Time Out says
The BEC draws massive crowds for Queensland's biggest Australian and international rock, pop, comedy and stadium acts. We're talking Madonna, Black Sabbath, UFC and even the occasional ice hockey match.
The Brisbane Entertainment Centre was built by the Brisbane City Council as a world class multi purpose facility which formed part of Brisbane's bid for the 1992 Olympic Games. Ownership was transferred to Stadiums Queensland (formally Major Sports Facilities Authority) from 1 July 2002. The Centre has been operated since its inception by AEG Ogden (Brisbane) Pty Ltd.
Primarily recognised as a venue to host concerts, family shows and sporting events, the Brisbane Entertainment Centre also specialises in staging corporate events in particular, conferences, seminars, product launches and gala banquets.
Conveniently located in Brisbane's northern suburbs, the Brisbane Entertainment Centre is situated just 16 kms from the Brisbane CBD and a 8 kms from Brisbane Domestic and International airports.