It’s time for our Friday What’s On segment.

And Nicole Keijzer has been busy sorting out some events for us to choose from.


Paniyiri is Queensland’s signature celebration of all things Greek and is the country’s longest running Greek festival.

More than 30 food stalls will showcase recipes and food secrets from all corners of Greece.

The main stage will host more than 20 hours of entertainment, including Greek Dancing with the Stars, grape stomping and honey-puff eating competitions.

What: Paniyiri Greek Festival
Where: Musgrave Park, West End, Brisbane
When: Saturday 23 – Sunday 24 May, 2015
Price: Adults $10
Pensioners $3
Children under 13 free

National Archaeology Week aims to raise awareness of Australia’s unique archaeological past.

You can check out the Toowong Cemetery Lost Masonry Excavation at nine a.m. this Saturday.

Or face your fears with a Toowong Cemetery Ghost Tour at six thirty p.m.

What: National Archaeology Week
Where: Toowong Cemetery, Brisbane
When: Saturday 23 May, 2015
Price: Free

The Costumes from the Golden Age of Hollywood Exhibition wraps up this weekend.

Film buffs can get a glimpse into fifty years of Hollywood history, with a collection of costumes and props from some of its iconic stars, including Grace Kelly, Fred Astaire and Elizabeth Taylor.

What: Costumes from the Golden Age of Hollywood Exhibition
Where: Museum of Brisbane, Brisbane
When: until 24 May 2015
Price: Free

And music lovers rejoice – the Blues on Broadbeach Music Festival continues this weekend.

This free event features local and international acts, and plays through the streets and venues of Broadbeach.

Australian jazz great James Morrison takes the stage, along with blues musicians direct from the US.

And if the blues aren’t quite your things, there are art and craft markets and carousel rides for the kids.

What: Blues on Broadbeach Music Festival
Where: Broadbeach Mall Stage
When: until 24 May 2015
Price: Free

We have more details on all these events on our website.