Catch Franz Ferdinand, Superchunk, M Ward and more in Brisbane Former Harvest Festival headliners such as Franz Ferdinand, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Superchunk, M Ward and Neutral Milk Hotel have announced they will be performing a series of sideshows in the Queensland capital over the coming weeks. Originally scheduled to take the stage at Harvest Festival, many of the biggest names on the lineup are now treating their fans to one-off gigs around the city - so if you're wondering what to do in Brisbane during November, head on down to one of a variety of music venues to catch your favourite musicians playing all of their hits live. With plenty of holiday accommodation in the area such as Mantra on Queen , you'll find it easy to explore the city and take in all of its sights. M. Ward, Superchunk and Neutral Milk Hotel With some of the biggest acts on the festival's lineup set to play together, it's sure to be one show you definitely don't want to miss! " Originally scheduled to take the stage at Harvest Festival, many of the biggest names on the lineup are now treating their fans to one-off gigs around the city. " Playing at The Tivoli in Brisbane on November 12, the Enmore Theatre in Sydney on November 14 and Melbourne's The Forum on November 15, Neutral Milk Hotel, M. Ward and Superchunk will put on a massive show for their fans. This is Neutral Milk Hotel's first ever Australian tour, so it's a unique chance for the band's fans to catch them live Down Under with some other great musicians as well. Franz Ferdinand They broke onto the world stage with their infectious single Take Me Out, but this Glasgow band have plenty more to offer as their diehard fans will know. The award-winning Scottish group will be playing The Forum on November 14, The Metro in Sydney on November 15 and The Tivoli in Brisbane on November 17. Black Rebel Motorcycle Club Playing November 17 at The Hi-Fi in Brisbane, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club have won over many fans with their mix of garage rock, blues and folk. With an extensive back catalogue of songs including those from their most recent album Specter at the Feast, the band are sure to put on a great show.