The highly-anticipated opening of Logan’s first-ever cultural precinct has been postponed due to COVID-19.
The opening of the Kingston Butter Factory Cultural Precinct has been postponed due to the impact of COVID-19 on performers.
The new cultural precinct was set to open on January 29, with a launch party.
Logan City Council has transformed the historic Kingston Butter Factory into a world-class community precinct for arts, culture and entertainment.
The building on the 14 hectare site will retain its exterior brickwork.
Outside, the city’s largest purpose-built outdoor events space will have capacity for up to 5,000 people.
It will attract national and international acts and host major festivals, markets and community events.
It will be a place where the City of Logan’s rich cultural heritage and diversity is celebrated.
The precinct features the Living Museum of Logan and brand new Butterbox Theatre in the re-imagined Kingston Butter Factory building, as well as the city’s largest outdoor events space, the Logan City Historical Museum and Devon Pixies Tea House.
Logan City Council will set a new date for the opening of the precinct.
For more information about the event, visit www.loganarts.com.au