Melbourne Music Week Full Program Revealed -
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Melbourne Music Week Full Program Revealed

by Paul Cashmere on October 2, 2018

in News

The full Melbourne Music Week program has been announced.

Highlights include You Am I at Melbourne Town Hall with supports from Gareth Liddiard and Clowns.

Melbourne’s Cherry Bar will host an all-day party with Regurgitator, Nail Palm, Push The Envelope, All The Colours, BATZ, Unlucky and Dansy performing in AC/DC Lane.

New for 2019 is the Melbourne Synth Festival at the Meat Market with live performances from Honeysmack and Luke Million.

The Push also has Push Over on 24 November with Allday, Ali Barter, Ruby Fields and Kian along with Jebediah, Spiderbait and Something for Kate.

The Music Victoria Awards is back for its 13th year, again partnering with MMW to celebrate the status of Melbourne as one of the world’s premiere live music cities – nominees will be announced Wednesday 11 October.

The full Melbourne Music Week program is here.

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