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Melbourne Synth Festival

Melbourne Synth Festival kicks off Friday – full program revealed

by Paul Cashmere on November 22, 2018

in News,Noise Pro

The first annual Melbourne Synth Festival will get underway on Friday starting with Beatrice.

The Friday schedule features:

Luke Million 10.15 – 11pm
Emah Fox 9.15 – 10pm
Honeysmack 8.15pm – 9.00pm
Beatrice 7.15pm – 8.00pm

The Melbourne Synth Festival is at the Meat market in North Melbourne.

Download your #MSF2018 program pdf HERE

Early bird tickets are still available today (22 November). From Friday and across the weekend ticket prices are:

Day adult $25
Weekend adult $39
Festival pass $59 (includes launch concert)
Day concession $15
Weekend concession $25

The Melbourne Synth Festival is on from:

23 November 7pm-11pm
24 November 10am-6pm
25 November 10am-4pm

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