Let Them Eat Cake is back for its fifth year, lifting the lid off a next level local lineup for some New Year's Day goodness.
Getting down for the upcoming event will be CC:DISCO!, Out of Sorts, Dro Carey, Silent Jay and Friends, Billy Davis (LIVE), Alta, Nite Fleit, Lupa J, Retza, A13 vs Float, Beatrice, Quality Project DJs, OK Sure and Sean Deans.
A slew of reggae legends will band together for the epic Raggamuffin All Stars show when it brings some sunny vibes to Melbourne.
Leading the charge comes Grammy-winning superstar Shaggy, who'll be bringing with him 20 years worth of certified hits. From 1995’s Boombastic to It Wasn’t Me and I Need Your Love, the reggae fusion singer has become the genre’s most commercially...
The Hills Are Alive is officially up and about for 2017.
Australian pop mavericks Cloud Control and Angus Stone’s new project, Dope Lemon, will headline the festival - which now enters its ninth year. The Hills are Alive is also expanding to include a dedicated comedy stage, with comedians - and many more bands - soon to be announced.
Living in Australia is great. We get nice beaches, cute (and sometimes deadly) animals and sausage sizzles from Bunnings. But geographically, we're isolated from some of the biggest music festivals in the world.
As a result, Sweat Tours was born. Founded in Melbourne, they are a travel provider who have created an all inclusive tour package to get Australians to their festival...
The Midsumma program has landed for 2017, celebrating queer culture with a spectacular array of events in a 30th-anniversary event for the ages.
The three-week event will kick off with the annual Midsumma Pride March, as well as being bolstered by their renowned open-access program alongside outdoor events. Namely, the Midsumma Carnival is set to get the weekend started right...
Bluesfest has added even more artists to its ever-expanding 2017 lineup.
Visiting Australia for the first time, Miles Electric Band will be bringing their ten-piece jazz chops to the stage, presenting cuts from the seminal Miles Davis albums Bitches Brew, Jack Johnson and On the Corner.
They'll be joined by Nahko and Medicine for the People, Rhiannon Giddens,...
Meet Babylon - Victoria's newest electronic festival featuring a world of music, art, mindfulness and community exploration.
Billed as equal parts dystopian playground and bohemian gathering, the music lineup focuses on techno, psytrance, deep house and experimental beats, all delivered with crystal clear sound and immersive production.
The Great Australian Beer Festival is back for its fifth year with some big changes and a list of killer acts to match.
Headlining the iconic Geelong festival will be electro house legends The Potbelleez, Aussie rock singer/songwriter Richard Clapton, Shihad's Jon Toogood, Reuben Stone, Mitch King, Joe Mungovan, Luke Morris, Pat Tierney, Rach Brennan Band, Gerry McKeague, and...
WOMAD is delivering the goods for its 25th-anniversary festival.
Leading the charge comes ska icons The Specials. They'll be joined by Grammy-nominated Bebel Gilberto, Cie Carabosse, The Phillip Glass Ensemble playing KOYAANISQATSI LIVE – Life out of Balance, The Manganiyar Classroom, The Waifs, Brushy One String and Archie Roach with more artists to come.