Brunswick’s best venues join forces for a Brunswick Music Festival first. Venues 3056, set to take place on Wednesday March 6, gives music fans a chance to weave their
Brunswick’s favourite annual party is back in 2019.
Sydney Road Street Party is Melbourne’s biggest street party, transforming Sydney Road, Brunswick into a heaving extravaganza of sounds, smells and sights for one huge day of festivities in March each year.
Add Sunday 3 March 2019 to your calendar to save the date!
We are now seeking vibrant and unique stallholders to participate in the Sydney Road Street Party 2019. Stallholder categories include Food and Beverage, Artisan and Merchandise and Community Groups.
Apply now to be part of be part of Melbourne’s biggest Street Party!
With local legend Emily Ulman at the helm as Music Programmer, Brunswick Music Festival 2019 is set to once again shake things up – continuing to reflect, embrace and challenge this diverse community and place.
Brunswick Music Festival is one of Melbourne’s longest running inner city music festivals and in 2019 celebrates 31 years. Over three decades the festival has reflected the changing face of Brunswick – continually showcasing the best local talent, presenting high calibre international artists and embracing a movable feast of musical genres and events.
Embedded in the festival ethos, the organisers are seeking to collaborate with local producers, both established and emerging, and a range of local venues, businesses and community organisations to deliver a program that is edgy, politically-aware, diverse, engaging, inclusive, sustainable and representative of all things Brunswick.
The organisers envision a festival firmly grounded in the local that also speaks to currents trends and issues in the contemporary music landscape.
If you have an idea for an event that could fit within the 2019 Brunswick Music Festival program, they want to hear from you!
They are looking to co-produce events with you that:
Brunswick Music Festival is one of Melbourne’s longest running inner city music festivals and in 2019 celebrates 31 years. Over the decades the festival has reflected the changing face of Brunswick – continually showcasing the best local talent, presenting high calibre international artists and embracing a movable feast of musical genres and events.
With local legend Emily Ulman at the helm as Music Programmer, BMF 2019 is set to once again shake things up – and continue to reflect, embrace and challenge this diverse community and place. As part of our Festival ethos, we are seeking to collaborate with local producers and a range of local venues, businesses and community organisations to deliver a program that is edgy, politically-aware, diverse, engaging and sustainable.
The 2019 Festival will explore themes around place, community, inclusivity, space and neighbourhood.
We envision a festival firmly grounded in the local that also speaks to currents trends and issues in the contemporary music landscape.
If you have an idea for an event that could fit within the 2019 program we want to hear from you! We are looking to co-produce events with you that:
- Are presented within the 3056 postcode
- Respond to the themes
- Engage with our priority audience groups (women,
Brunswick Music Festival hosts professional development series for the first time in 2018
Not only is this year’s Brunswick Music Festival set to host one of the most exciting and diverse line-ups in it’s 30 year history, it will for the first time include a professional development series for those wishing to take their passion a little further.
The program includes free panels with local industry professionals hosted by APRA/AMCOS and Music Victoria, open mic sessions at the Brunswick Songwriter’s Club and US hip hop aficionado Masta Ace will appear In Conversation with Melbourne DJ Mz Rizk.
Plus, artists and musicians can hone their skills at a brass workshop with theHypnotic Brass Ensemble or a songwriter masterclass with Jake Mason (Cookin’ on 3 Burners) and Eric McCusker (Mondo Rock) for a cool $10.
Brunswick Music Festival announces
The 2017 Brunswick Music Festival returns with over 40 shows including specially commissioned performances, local record label parties, official album launches and even a recording-as-performance experience. In its 29th edit, the 2017 Festival is the first for this year’s Music Programmer, Chelsea Wilson.
From 5-19 March, Brunswick’s streets, unforeseen spaces and familiar places will come alive. With a program of extraordinary international acts and the very best home grown talent.
Highlights include the already announced Aziza Brahim (Western Sahara/Spain), The Hot 8 Brass Band (USA) with Bullhorn plus Wantok Live at the Wick with Frank Yamma, Radical Son & Emily Wurramara, Warsaw Village Band (Poland) and Hope Street Records Party and much more.
Check out the full program and get tickets at brunswickmusicfestival.com.au
5 – 19 March 2017
Australia’s longest-running inner-city music festival returns from 5 – 19 March 2017 with a program of scorching genre-straddling performances occupying the streets, the usual places and unforeseen spaces of Brunswick.
Music Programmer and local music identity Chelsea Wilson is gathering extraordinary musicians from across the globe and around Australia – with international artists, Queen of African Desert Blues and voice of the Saharawi people, Aziza Brahim and Grammy-nominated The Hot 8 Brass Band the first artist announcements.
For tickets and more info: brunswickmusicfestival.com.au.
The full program will be announced in late January.
Brunswick Music Festival is proudly presented by Moreland City Council.
Applications are now open for bands, performers, venues and stall holders for the 2017 Brunswick Music Festival and Sydney Road Street Party.
The Brunswick Music Festival is one of Victoria’s premier music festivals and will be on again from 5 – 19 March 2017.
We are currently on the look out for artists from near and far, as well as Brunswick venues that would like to be considered for the program.
Celebrating the opening of the Brunswick Music Festival, the Sydney Road Street Party will be held on 5 March 2017, 12 – 7 pm.
We are seeking applications from bands, roving performers and kids workshop facilitators, as well as a range of stall holders.
Artist/performer/venue applications close Monday 3 October 2016
Stall holder applications close Friday 21 October 2016
For all the details and application forms click here.
One of Victoria’s premier music festivals and a major multicultural event.
Brunswick Music Festival 2017
Want to be involved in Brunswick Music Festival in 2017?
Applications are currently open for artists and performers interested in participating in this event.
Apply online to register your interest or download the application form (DOC 135Kb).
Applications close at 5 pm, Monday 3 October 2016.
If you have any queries please email the Festivals and Events team or phone 9240 1111.
Brunswick Music Festival Consultation
We recently held a a fantastic community consultation about the Festival.
Here is a graphic recording from the night.
Brunswick Music Festival 2016
Brunswick Music Festival was held from 15 – 20 March 2016. View the Brunswick Music Festival program 2016.
The Brunswick Music Festival is held every year in March and has been an annual event since 1988.
The Brunswick Music Festival is a one-of-kind celebration of music in Moreland taking over the Town Hall, as well as other local venues.
The program features a diverse mix of multicultural folk artists from around the corner and across the globe, local legends as well as the Sydney Road Street Party.
Arts and Culture Unit
Phone: 9240 1111
There will be an extraordinary line-up of local, national and international talents. Don’t miss out!
Come and experience one of Melbourne’s biggest get-togethers and celebrate Moreland in all of her unparalleled glory.
Jam-packed into a 800m stretch of Sydney Road between Union to Victoria Street, the Sydney Road Street Party is a one-of-a-kind free fiesta of the hottest local music, dance, food and market crafts that represent the Moreland municipality. With its strong migrant-culture and explosive artistic population, this community is an inner-city hotspot that perfectly illustrates the bohemian and multicultural heart of Melbourne.
See you at the Sydney Road Street Party on the 6th of March 2016!
To see the amazing amount of entertainment visit www.brunswickmusicfestival.com.au/sydney-road-street-party