Metal for the Brain
Metal for the Brain was Australia's largest heavy metal music festival. The event was held in Canberra annually, usually towards the end of the year, and featured Australian bands almost exclusively. ...
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Overcranked
Overcranked is an Australian punk, rock and metal music festival presented by Rave Magazine. It was first held in 2001. The 2007 edition occurred on 24 March at RNA Showgrounds in Brisbane.
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On the Bright Side Festival
On The Bright Side is an annual Australian music festival held in Perth, Western Australia. Starting in 2010, the event is the result of collaboration between the promoters of Splendour in the Grass F...
Toots & Grooves
Toots is a slang term similar in meaning to "babe" or "sweetie" or "honey". Toots may also refer to:People:Fictional characters:Other uses:
Isotopia Festival
The Isotopia Festival (Isotopia Music Festival or Isotopia Eclipse Music Festival) was an annual electronic music, art and lifestyle festival that took place between 2006 and 2009 in Northern Territor...
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Sonfest
Sonfest was an annual 3–4 day Christian music festival held in Boonah, Queensland, Queensland, Australia from 2000 to 2005.The event was created by record executive Dale Bray and creative director Ste...
Christmas in the Park (New Zealand)
Christmas in the Park is the title given to annual free music concerts held in cities across New Zealand during the Christmas season. The two largest Christmas in the Park events, held in Auckland an...
Live Earth concert, Sydney
The Live Earth concert in Australia was held at Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney on 7 July 2007, in front of around 45,000 people. It was the first of the Live Earth concerts to kick-off the day-long e...
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InterVarsity Choral Festival (Australia)
The Australian Intervarsity Choral Festival (2015 held in Sydney) is an annual event in which members of university choirs from all state capitals of Australia and the national capital Canberra meet f...
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Triple J's One Night Stand
Triple J's One Night Stand is a concert hosted in a remote town or city in Australia annually. It is promoted and organised by national radio station Triple J. In previous years, the host town was se...
Sound Summit
Sound Summit is an annual independent conference / festival focusing on exploratory and innovative independent music that takes place in Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia as part of the annual Thi...
List of Australian music festivals
This is a list of music festivals in Australia. It includes festivals that have stopped running.
Falls Festival
The Falls Music & Arts Festival (commonly known as Falls) is a music festival held annually in Lorne, Victoria, Marion Bay, Tasmania, and Yelgun (30 km from Byron Bay), New South Wales, Austr...
Summadayze
Summadayze is an annual Australian music festival held in the month of January. The first event occurred on 1 January 1998 at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl in Melbourne. It has since expanded into a fou...
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New Zealand music festivals
Music festivals have a long and chequered history in New Zealand. The first large outdoor rock music festival was The Great Ngaruawahia Music Festival in 1973. The largest was the 1979 Nambassa festiv...
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Distorted Music Festival
The Distorted Music Festival was an electronic music festival held in Melbourne, Australia in 2005. It showcased electronic artists who are not generally considered to be mainstream. It covered the mu...
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Woodford Folk Festival
The Woodford Folk Festival is an annual music festival held near the semi-rural town of Woodford, 72 km north of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. It is one of the biggest annual cultural events o...
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Southbound (festival)
Southbound is an arts, camping and music festival. A variety of Australian and international artists perform at this event. The festival occurs annually, early January, at the Sir Stewart Bovell Park ...
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Every Picture Tells A Story (event)
Every Picture Tells a Story were a series of all-night electronic dance music festivals held at different venues in Melbourne. In 1991 Heidi John and Richard John started a series of warehouse, rave p...
Live at the Zoo
Live at the Zoo is a music festival held over the Easter long weekend at Monarto South Australia that started in 2008. It lasted from 10 to 13 April and was a multiple day music/camping festival. The ...
Canberra International Music Festival
The Canberra International Music Festival (CIMF) is a music festival based in Canberra, Australia. It was founded by Ursula Callus (1939–2001), former President of Pro Musica Incorporated. The first ...
Melbourne International Festival of Brass
The brain-child of successful professional musicians Geoff Collinson and Michael Bertoncello, the Melbourne International Festival of Brass (MIFB) commenced in 2003. It brings together Australian and...
MONA FOMA
MONA FOMA (an acronym for Museum of Old and New Art: Festival Of Music and Art, often further shortened to MOFO) is an annual festival based in Hobart, Tasmania, curated by Brian Ritchie bass player f...
Sound Relief
Sound Relief was a multi-venue rock music concert held on 14 March 2009, which was announced by the Premier of Victoria, John Brumby on 24 February 2009. The event was organised by Michael Gudinski, M...
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