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Melbourne’s Leaps and Bounds Festival Is Back For July

by Noise11.com on May 17, 2018

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Melbourne’s Leaps and Bounds Music will return for July 13 – 22.

Leaps and Bounds connects the live music venues of Yarra into one week long music festival.

Yarra Mayor, Cr Daniel Nguyen, “Our live music scene is the best in the world. You can see quality gigs any night of the week in Yarra. This festival celebrates the venues, artists and venue bookers who make such a huge contribution to the cultural life of our city.

“Diversity is absolutely central to exciting and innovative arts, and we’re proud to have a strong contingent of female, queer and Indigenous programmers and performers as part of the festival. There’s something for everyone to enjoy,” said Cr Nguyen.

The full line-up for Leaps and Bounds 2018 is at http://leapsandboundsmusicfestival.com/

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