Chillin’ in Banyule brings free live music to Melbourne’s north-east

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Chillin’ in Banyule brings free live music to Melbourne’s north-east

Chillin in Banyule

Victorians are in for a treat as venues across Banyule gear up for more than three weeks of fun.

The City of Banyule, beloved for its stunning nature and relaxed vibes, will soon be transformed with spirit and song. From April 4 to 28, Chillin’ in Banyule 2024 brings free music and revelry to neighbourhoods including Ivanhoe, Heidelberg, Montmorency, Greensborough and more.

Featuring a stacked lineup of Australian bands and solo musicians, the event will offer a little something for everyone, giving locals the chance to celebrate their community and out-of-towners an excuse to discover the beauty of Banyule.

Chillin’ in Banyule 2024

  • April 4 to 28, Thursday to Saturday
  • 30+ live performances
  • Free

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To kick off the big event, the Opening Night Party, hosted at Empire Music Studios on April 4, will feature performances by artists including Sinead B-c Music, Mel Taylor Trio and Carl Panuzzo Trio.
It’s a great place to mix and mingle with fellow local musicians, as entry is free with registration and every attending musician and performer goes in a draw to win one of two Recording Studio vouchers valued at $500 each.
Elsewhere on the lineup, find Latin, Chinese and Islander fusion musician Jimmy Fong, throwback favourites Inferno Duo, emotional singer-songwriter Zen Jackson, street performer and cyclist Conte Milano, DJ/hula-hooper Ming Ming, indie-folk artist Katankin and so many more.
The gigs will be spread across venues in the region, including Imbue Distillery, Pinkie Cafe, WaterMarc, Jaga Jaga and the Greenery Garden and Home.
Whether you’re looking to explore a new suburb, hear amazing live music or just have a chill night out, Chillin’ in Banyule is an effortless choice.
Chillin’ in Banyule will run from April 4 to 28 2024. To find out more information and register for events, head here.