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Posted 27 Feb 2015 @ 10:10am

After a hiatus in 2014, boutique electronic festival Inner Varnika will return in April with their most star-studded lineup to date.  

 

Headlined by Italian techno stalwart Donato Dozzy, the international lineup also features DJ Fett Burger and DJ Sotofett of Sex Tags Mania fame, alongside Neel, Mr. Ties and Terekke.
 
The bill is rounded out by an A-list local...

Posted 26 Feb 2015 @ 2:25pm

This boutique music festival in the country celebrates local musicians in a picturesque setting. 

 

In their second year, organisers and brothers Cameron and Ben Wade have announced Dorsal Fins, Foreign/National, Ali Barter, Jim Lawrie, Sunbeam Sound Machine, Mose + The Family and more to round out an all-local lineup. Originally started as an alternative to a suited-up 21st...

Posted 23 Feb 2015 @ 1:39pm

Earthcore have revealed a bumper first round lineup for 2015.

 

The first round of acts for the 2015 incarnation include AES Dana, Ajja, Alan Fitzpatrick, Alex Stein, Animato, Anklepants, Audiomatic, Captain Hook, Carbon Based Life Forms, Chris Liebing, Coming Soon !!!, Danny Daze, Eat Static, Electric Universe, Grouch, Interactive Noise, Kukan Dub Lagan, Liquid Hook, Liquid Soul...

Posted 19 Feb 2015 @ 4:08pm

Ladies and gentlemen, start cracking your tinnies!

 

Golden Plains is on the horizon and playing times can now be accessed here.
 
In alphabetical order, the 2015 Golden Plains will feature performances from Aldous Harding,...

Posted 19 Feb 2015 @ 2:06pm

Music fans making the trip north of Byron Bay for the 2015 edition of Bluesfest can now get timetable planning, with the playing times now revealed alongside a seventh lineup announcement.

 

The daily Bluesfest playing times and stages...

Posted 19 Feb 2015 @ 12:52pm

Following an overwhelmingly positive response to its inaugural season, the Holocaust Film Series has announced it will return to Melbourne this March.

 

Despite the title of this film series, the journey that audiences are invited to embark upon is not grim, but one of courage, fascination and admiration for the people who have lived through some of modern history’s most...

Posted 18 Feb 2015 @ 9:08am

The Hills Are Alive had added three new acts to the lineup for their 2015 incarnation. 

 

Today the festival have announced comedy master Jimeoin, plus Melbourne’s Theme Team and South Gippsland’s own rock'n'roll stalwarts Fossil Fuel.
 
They will join the acts already announced, including REMI, SAFIA, Pierce Brothers, Asta, Luca Brasi, Little Bastard, Harts, Jen...

Posted 17 Feb 2015 @ 3:54pm

Victoria Harbour have announced their one-day celebration of everything that's great about summer on the water, VH Summerfest, taking place this month.

 

The event will feature live entertainment all afternoon, including performances by Sneaky Sound System and Ruby Rose. There will also be two outdoor popup bars and the food truck park will be stopping by.

Posted 13 Feb 2015 @ 12:07pm

2015 is shaping up to be an excellent year for Melbourne Whovians, with three fan favourite Doctor Who actors joining Whoniverse this May.

 

Matt Smith (the eeventh Doctor), Karen Gillan (Amy Pond) and Alex Kingston (River Song) are set to join the Melbourne event, which is part of a national tour, and will mark the first time a modern-era Doctor has appeared at a convention in...

Posted 13 Feb 2015 @ 11:37am

With just over a month till kick-off, the Melbourne International Comedy Festival has revealed its full program for 2015.

 

Now its 29th incarnation, this year's festival will feature a record number of shows and comedians from around Australia and the world.
 
There will be more than 400 Australian comics gracing the stage during the festival, including Judith Lucy,...

Posted 13 Feb 2015 @ 11:01am

Supanova Pop Culture Expo has announced more guests for its Melbourne event, adding Christopher Lloyd, Martin Klebba and Kevin McNally to the lineup.

 

That's right, Supanova is going Back To The Future to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the beginning of the trilogy, bringing Christopher Lloyd back to Australia. Although flying cars, hoverboards, and self-lacing kicks aren't...

Posted 12 Feb 2015 @ 12:30pm

Almost a week before the festival is set to kick off in Adelaide and Melbourne and Soundwave 2015 has announced its first two lineup casualities. 

 

Melodic hardcore act Evergreen Terrace were the first to drop off the festival. The band have been forced to cancel all upcoming shows due to serious injuries sustained by drummer Alex Varian in a fall from a ladder. It seems the...

Posted 12 Feb 2015 @ 10:20am

It's time to Boogie! The shenanigans down at Bruzzy's Farm have expanded with a slew of lineup additions for their ninth incarnation.

 

Today the festival have added Strand Of Oaks, The Murlocs, Dorsal Fins, Darren Hanlon, Scotdrakula, Pearls, Parking Lot Experiments, Mangelwurzel, The Finks and Goat Piss Gasoline to the bill.
 
They will join the already announced...

Posted 11 Feb 2015 @ 3:14pm

Hoooooboy! Soundwave is almost upon us and another seven sideshows have just been revealed. 

 

Following the Melbourne leg of Soundwave there will be a sideshow every weeknight of the following week. They are:
 
Cherry Bar:
Monday February 23 - The Treatment
Wednesday  February 25 - Butcher Babies
 
Ding Dong Lounge 
Monday February 23 -...

Posted 11 Feb 2015 @ 1:14pm

With just over a month to go until Moomba Festival gets under way, organisers have revealed this year's music program. 

 

Australian bands Jebediah, You Am I and Hoodoo Gurus will lead the charge, headlining each night of the festival. For those low on cash, free shows will run from 12.30pm to 9.30pm on the main stage, with performances from The Brow, The John Steel Singers and...

Posted 9 Feb 2015 @ 2:22pm

For those looking for a way to extend their summer a little further, The Ocean Film Festival will tour Australia in March.

 

The festival will feature seven ocean-themed short films – with five Australian premieres and two world premieres. Films cover all things ocean related – from adrenaline-fuelled surfing adventures and divers swimming with sharks to underwater footage of...

Posted 9 Feb 2015 @ 9:43am

Now in its 22nd year, Melbourne Food and Wine Festival will return in 2015 for 17 days of food-filled goodness.

 

The 2015 festival will again include the World's Longest Lunch, featuring a 530-metre long table and a three-course feast by Shane Delia and Adriano Zumbo; as well as the Crawl 'n' Bite series, where guests will get the chance to sample some of Melbourne's best...

Posted 6 Feb 2015 @ 1:11pm

Tattoo, arts and music festival Rites of Passage is set to return for its fourth year.

 

This year's event will have a focus on Edo Japanese tattoo culture and will feature Eso from Bliss n Eso as the event MC. Visitors will also have the chance to win a brand new Harley-Davidson and will be treated to a performance by Australian drummer Dan Kerby.

Posted 4 Feb 2015 @ 1:59pm

Roadtrip to Ballarat, anyone? Inca Roads Music Festival has dropped a huge lineup for its 2015 edition. 

 

Set in the lower western plains of Morrisons in Ballarat, this year's festival once again includes some of the biggest up and comers in the Australian music scene. The 2015 edition of Inca Roads will include performances from The Harpoons, The Cactus Channel, GL, Sex On...

Posted 28 Jan 2015 @ 3:37pm

With less than a month left to go, the lineup for the 2015 Kyneton Music Festival has gotten even bigger.

 

Immigrant Union, Brendan Welch, My Dynamite, Footy, Ali E, Jemma & The Clifton Hillbillies and Ally Spazzy's Kiddyrock are the latest additions to the bill. They'll join the likes of Little Bastard, Money For Rope, Laura Jean, Harmony, Liz Stringer, Archer and many more...

Posted 28 Jan 2015 @ 9:51am

Thought that Melbourne's greatest rock'n'roll festival to ever hit AC/DC Lane, the colossal CherryRock, was done and dusted? Think again. 

 

While fear was circulating that the new 108 Flinders Street residential development and Pastuso restaurant at the foot of AC/DC Lane would put CherryRock into the ground, it seems that things have worked themselves out for Melbourne rock'n'...

Posted 28 Jan 2015 @ 9:22am

Groovin The Moo is back for another year with an all-killer no-filler bill.

 

The 2015 incarnation of the festival will feature performances from A$AP Ferg, Ball Park Music, Broods, Carmada, Charli XCX, The Delta Riggs, DMA’s Flight Facilities, Hermitude, Hilltop Hoods, Hot Dub Time Machine, Meg Mac, Northlane, One Day, Peace, Peaches, The Preatures, RL Grime, San Cisco,...

Posted 20 Jan 2015 @ 4:37pm

St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival will return for round #10 next month.

 

Today the festival have revealed the maps and playing times for their 2015 incarnation, they can be accessed here.
 
The 2015 festival will feature performances from Agnes DeMarco, Andy...

Posted 20 Jan 2015 @ 11:41am

One of the biggest festivals on the Australian circuit will return later this year.

 

Today the festival have revealed the dates for their 2015 incarnation so that prepared punters can begin playing their voyage. Splendour In The Grass 2015 will take place from Friday July 24 - Sunday July 26. Onsite camping will once again be available from Wednesday July 22.

Posted 19 Jan 2015 @ 2:05pm

Sticky Institute's four-day celebration of zine culture Festival Of The Photocopier is set to take over Melbourne Town Hall for its annual zine fair.

 

The festival will feature talks, launches and fundraisers, along with an opening party at the Tote with performances by Empat Lima, The Shabbab, Holy Lotus and The Girl Fridas. The festival will culminate in the annual zine fair,...

Posted 19 Jan 2015 @ 10:41am

Camp Casual have upped the ante with the announcement of their full lineup.

 

The latest additions to the lineup include Vancouver outfit The Courtneys plus Olympia, Pikelet, Jon Lemon, Carb on Carb, Parking Lot Experiments, Pearls and Dugong Jr.
 
They join the acts already announced, including The Ocean Party, ScotDrakula, Geoffrey O'Connor, Empat Lima, Mangelwurzel...

Posted 16 Jan 2015 @ 1:11pm

The rapidly approaching Port Fairy Folk Festival is now set to be even bigger after another round of names were added to the bill this week. 

 

The fourth lineup announcement features six new acts, including Up There Cazaly hitmaker Mike Brady, indie-folk duo Luluc and Indigenous singer-songwriter Frank Yamma. Joining them will be The Bearded Gypsy Band, Fiona Ross and Skipping...

Posted 16 Jan 2015 @ 12:57pm

Multicultural Arts Victoria (MAV) have announced the program for the fourth installment of the Piers Festival.

 

The free one day festival features a huge lineup of Melbourne’s diverse musicians, artists, dancers and culinary talent alongside cultural games, kids activities, forums, walking tours, exhibitions and more. Celebrating the pivotal role the Port Melbourne precinct...

Posted 14 Jan 2015 @ 12:29pm

Now in its seventh year, Rock The Bay have announced a lineup that will feature 40 bands across four stages ranging from stoner rock to prog rock.

 

 The 2015 lineup has something special in store - two popular disbanded Melbourne acts, Rook and Hinge, will both be reforming for special one off performances. Joining them are Bushido, Palace Of The King, Don Fernando, Fuck The...

Posted 14 Jan 2015 @ 9:04am

The Brunswick Music Festival have today revealed the entire lineup for their gargantuan 2015 incarnation. 

 

The newly announced acts feature a slew of local and international talent, including Archie Roach and Radical Son, The Bon Scotts, Charles Jenkins & the Amateur Historians, The Chipolata, Chris While and Julie Matthews, Coco De Mer, Delaney Davidson, Grand Salvo Jazz...

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