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Victoria will welcome a new music festival with the launch of the inaugural Grampians Music Festival in February.
In Melbourne, visitors can embrace their inner diva, and check out one of the city’s best drag shows.
Melbourne’s events calendar never rests. As the weather warms up, the city gets set to welcome a bevy of world class events.
Melbourne’s theatrical scene is coming up roses, with a recent report showing the city’s six major historic theatres, dubbed the ‘East End’, contributed more than two-thirds of a billion dollars […]
Coombe – The Melba Estate, the home of Australian opera legend Dame Nellie Melba, opened its doors to the public two years ago, and now visitors can glimpse even further […]
Opera Australia’s largest and most ambitious production returns to Melbourne in 2016.
Victoria’s love of live music and performance sends sound waves far and wide. The state is home to an estimated 350 festivals that feature live music and some of the country’s most-loved live music venues and performance spaces.
A new access initiative by Arts Centre Melbourne, tixatsix, promises a minimum of 20 tickets per show per night across its venues at just $30 each. Beginning May 18, tixatsix […]
Melbourne’s vibrant music scene is set to welcome a new jazz club and a new jazz festival.
Contemporary Ballarat will literally come to life when the 24 Hour Experience hits town from noon on 21 November, 2015 until noon the next day.
MPavilion returns to Melbourne in October, this year designed by AL_A, the studio of Stirling Prize–winning architect Amanda Levete.
Victoria’s High Country will host the Wangaratta Jazz and Blues Festival later this month, featuring some of the world’s finest jazz and blues artists.
The inaugural Nagambie Lakes Opera Festival will take place from 9-11 October, offering two days and two nights of world-class opera, food and wine for all tastes.
The annual Economist Intelligence Unit’s (EIU) Global Liveability Index has named Melbourne, Australia as the world’s most liveable city for the fifth consecutive year.
The legendary tale of one of Australia’s most infamous figures, Ned Kelly will burst into life at the world premiere of Ned (22 – 31 May) at Bendigo’s just-opened Ulumbarra Theatre.
The arts, culture, and environment intersect in the upcoming climate change festival, Arts+Climate=Change 2015.