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Melbourne Synth Festival

Melbourne Synth Festival

Inaugural Melbourne Synth Festival To Premiere During Melbourne Music Week

by Paul Cashmere on October 2, 2018

in News

The Melbourne Synth Festival will premiere during Melbourne Music Week in November.

The Melbourne Synth Festival will be a similar format to the Melbourne Guitar Show, and from the same people.

The Melbourne Synth Festival will be Australia’s first-ever focus on all things in the world of synthesisers, DJ equipment and electronic music making.

It all kicks off on Friday November 23 from 7pm-11pm with a huge launch concert featuring:
Luke Million


Emah Fox


On Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 November Some of Melbourne’s best electronic artists including Sadiva, Ehsan Gelsi, ACM Sergio Selim, Amelia Arsenic, The Oddness, and Chiara Kickdrum, will be performing live over the #MSF2018 weekend.

You can experience the Exhibition, Pop Up Shop for Gearheads, MESS Tours, Seminars & Workshops

Exhibition hours:

Saturday, 24 November 10am – 6pm
Sunday, 25 November 10am – 4pm
Exhibitors will include (with more to come to be added);

Australis Music

Electric Factory

Innovative Music

KC’s Rock Shop

Link Audio



Store DJ

Yamaha Music

These exhibitors will be presenting products for you to see, try or buy from some of the world’s biggest brands at Australia’s biggest music technology Pop Up store, including;
1010 Music, Akai, Arturia, Avid, BehringerBitwig, Buchla,Elektron, Ferrofish, Focusrite, Korg, M-Audio, Moog, Native Instruments, Nord, Novation, Pioneer, Pittsburgh Modular, Propellerhead Reason, Reference, RME, Roland, Steinberg, Teenage Engineering, Tendrils (eurorack), Traktor, Waldorf, Yamaha, and many more

Tickets information HERE

Event Website/tickets



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