Water to Water Festival

The Baany to Warrna Ngargee is an Indigenous music and cultural festival promoting cross-cultural awareness. The festival brings Indigenous and non-Indigenous people together in a vibrant, family-friendly outdoor event where Indigenous music, art, dance and culture will be showcased. This years featured artists include Frank Yamma (pictured), Kutcha Edwards, Nancy Bates, Ella Hooper (ex Killing Heidi) and many more! See the website below for full artist roster.

Saturday March 21st 2015

The Briars, Mt Martha



Seven Sisters Festival

The festival is a 3 day event promoting health, spirituality, art, music, lifestyle and community, is in it’s second year bringing women together to share life experiences, girlfriend power and workshops that provide inspiration, exploration and fun.

27-29th March in Bay Park, Mt Martha

For info visit:


Boogie 9

It’s set to take place at Bruzzy’s farm in Tallarook, Victoria. Bruzzy is a local legend who’s kindly opened his gates to the festival since its inception. By all reports the food is top-notch while the booze is also quality.

The three-day, all-ages camping festival runs over Easter Weekend from Friday, 3rd April to Sunday, 5th April 2015. Tickets are on sale now.
Bruzzy’s Farm, Tallarook

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The final four acts have been confirmed for CherryRock015 and they are The Shrine from Los Angeles, California, Warped from Geelong, Clowns and The Ugly Kings. It’s an “all-killer, no-filler” line-up of solid rock.

Sunday 10 May 12noon to 9.30pm

Cherry Bar and AC/DC Lane Melbourne

13 acts, 2 stages, no clashes

Tix $79 from


Mt Beauty Music Festival

This 3- day festival features a broad range of wonderful artists who will delight music lovers of all ages. Set in the picturesque town of Mt Beauty with a backdrop of stunning mountains, this festival offers something for everyone. It’s not just Blues or Jazz, Country or Folk. It’s not just Rock or Pop, Poets or Classical. Its Mountains of Music!

Friday 24 – 26 April 2015