Have your senses tantilised by an array of arts including from aerial hoop and silk displays to visual arts in our Art Park and much more.
Visual and Dramatic Delights
Aerial Dreaming Tissu Performance
Aerial silks (or tissu) is a demonstration of grace, beauty, strength and flexibility with Aerial Dreaming's talented aerialists dancing, spinning, and performing enchanting drops through delicate folds of fabric suspended high in the air, their visually stunning performance this year at Jungle L
A mystical cabaret to capture, inspire and ignite your imagination with a neo-noir form of story telling.
Benny Pierce is a Brisbane based emerging artist, with a core practice revolving around illustration.
BohDi is a progressive Brisbane artist with a background in fine arts, specializing in human form and experience.
Burgkaba is the creative project developed by Brisbane based artist and musician Adam Stockdale. With heavy influence drawn from 90's video games and cartoons, as well as graffiti, street art and anime, the visual style of Burgkaba displays precise bold line work and carefully selected palettes
Hailing from Newcastle NSW, Connor is forever trying to push the boundaries of what's okay and what's not, through reimagined traditional tattoos, outside of the skin.
Intertwine yourself with butoh dance, immersive sound and atmospheric landscape… This year, the infamous Theatre of Thunder Stormbodies are welcoming Jungle Love goers to join the troupe, led by choreographer and costume designer Megan Janet White.
You're in Kangaroo Country now cowboys and cowgirls, and that means you don't follow the laws of civilised society, you follow the law as dictated to you by Jungle Love and the Kangaroo Court. Have you ever found yourself in an argument you couldn't solve yourself?
Kimera Visual Theatre
Renowned for her organicity, craftsmanship and attention to detail, Kimera Visual Theatre’s Saara Roppola’s avant-guard performances are as unpredictable as they are amazing.
PrimeOrdial has studied the art of Kinbaku under 18 different rope masters, including Kazami Ranki, Hajime Kinoko, Nawashi Kanna, & Osada Steve.
Known for drawing block letters like she's still in high school, Leah is a lettering artist primarily inspired by words that happen to describe her particular personal circumstance at any given moment.
A mix of Modern Bellydance with an affinity for creative and sacred interpretations through movement, Opalesque Dance perform against musical backdrops that fuse contemporary electronic music with ancient and ethnic sounds.
A Jungle Love Festival favourite, the kids from Ruckus are returning for their fourth year to wreak havoc with words, dinosaurs and John Farnham sing-alongs in the form of a festival poetry slam. If you don't know what we are talking about - you're in for a treat!
Founder of S&M and LoveLove Brisbane studios, Sarge is a recognised authority in Brisbane’s art scene. He’s multidisciplinary, but focuses on the world of painting, within which he employs explosive uses of vivid colours to create surreal, vibrant pieces of his reality.
A passionate feminist and believer in self love, Shani Finch is a premiere emerging artist in Australia’s progressive modern art scene.
Zoe Porter in collaboration with Desmond Cheese
Zoe Porter is an interdisciplinary artist who creates large-scale drawings, hybrid forms through costume and immersive performance-based work.