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Darebin Homemade Food and Wine Festival

Darebin Homemade Food & Wine Festival

Monday 9th May - Sunday 15th May @ Various Venues

A celebration of food traditions and sustainable food from May 9-15, with a great program of workshops, demonstrations and special events. From dumplings, preserving, and sausage & salami making, to backyard beekeeping, mead and fermented beverages, and much more exploring all things homemade.

Many events are FREE or low cost. 

May 9-15 at various locations.

For a full program, visit the website darebinarts.com.au/foodandwine or call 8470 8888. 

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Good Beer Week

Friday 13th May - Sunday 22nd May @ Various Venues

Now in its sixth year, Good Beer Week runs from May 13 to 22. Hosting over 270 events at 180 venues over 10 days, it features a variety of brewers from across the country. 

Visit the Festival Hub at Beer Deluxe in Fed Square or for more info, visit www.goodbeerweek.com.au

Henry Wagons

Henry Wagons & The Only Children

Saturday 14th May @ Howler, Brunswick

Catch Henry Wagons at Howler on Friday 14 May before he heads off to Bonnaroo.

Henry Wagons' debut full length solo album After What I Did Last Night... was recorded in a haze of smoke and bluster at The Casino studio in Nashville, with a band of supreme players in full flight. The musicians on the album were gently corralled and wrangled straight from the dimly lit stages accompanying the likes of Justin Townes Earle, Jason Isbell, Caitlin Rose and Old Crow Medicine Show.

Tickets for the Howler show on sale now from www.moshtix.com.au

Eric Burdon

Eric Burdon & The Animals

Wednesday 18th May @ Palais Theatre - St Kilda, St Kilda

The long-awaited return of legendary vocalist and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame member Eric Burdon and his band The Animals for their first Australian shows in nearly a decade.

This year fans will have a chance to relive songs that became part of the foundation of rock & roll as Eric Burdon & The Animals play a series of rare Australian shows. In Melbourne, The Animals will be joined by local rock royalty Joe Camilleri & The Black Sorrows and Australia’s queen of soul Renee Geyer.

Tickets now on sale from www.ticketmaster.com.au

Esperanza Spalding

Friday 3rd June @ The Forum Theatre, Melbourne

Melbourne International Jazz Festival presents GRAMMY® award-winning, singer-composer-bassist Esperanza Spalding for the first time ever in Australia, opening the 2016 Festival with her groundbreaking new project and persona, Emily's D+Evolution.

Originally conceived the day before her birthday – during a "sleepless night of full moon inspiration" –Emily's D+Evolution will perform all-new material that Spalding says "unfolds as live musical vignettes.” 

Emily is my middle name and I'm using this fresh persona as my inner navigator. This project is about going back and reclaiming un-cultivated curiosity, and using it as a compass to move forward and expand," says Spalding. “My hope for this group is to create a world around each song… We will be staging the songs as much as we play them, using characters, video and the movement of our bodies."

Emily's D+Evolution will open this year's Festival at The Forum on June 3.

Tickets now on sale from Melbourne International Jazz Festival

Esperanza Spalding: Bass / Vocals
Matt Stevens: Guitar
Justin Tyson: Drums
Emily Elbert: Vocals
Corey King: Vocals

Snarky Puppy

Thursday 9th June @ The Forum Theatre, Melbourne

Brooklyn-based jazz-funk collective Snarky Puppy make their much-anticipated return to Melbourne for an exclusive Australian performance.

Since making their Australian debut at the 2013 Melbourne International Jazz Festival – before shooting to global stardom on the back of their 2014 Grammy win – this audacious ensemble has enjoyed an unstoppable rise from underground cult secret to global phenomenon.

Inspired as much by Herbie Hancock as by Björk, James Brown and Radiohead, Snarky Puppy delivers a super-crisp, finely honed brand of jazz fusion which has garnered an audience of die-hard fans who will stop at nothing to hear the band play live.

Appearing as part of the Melbourne International Jazz Festival
Thursday 9 June, 9:30pm
The Forum


Information at melbournejazz.com/program/snarky-puppy

Sam Simmons

Sam Simmons

Friday 17th June - Saturday 18th June @ Athenaeum Theatre, Melbourne

Due to overwhelming demand, daring and unconventional comic Sam Simmons returns to Melbourne this June for two shows only at the Athenaeum Theatre.

From the brain that brought you millionaire cats eating Viennetta, gypsy cuddles and nanna wanks, comes the return of Not A People Person, an hour of mind blending internal self-hatred, paranoia and comedy, because you have to put comedy in it.

Friday 17 and Saturday 18 June
at The Athenaeum Theatre

Tickets now on sale from Ticketek



Sunday 19th June @ Corner Hotel, Richmond

Savages will play two East Coast Australian headline shows this June. The four-piece will take in Sydney’s Metro Theater on Thursday 16 June, and will conclude their run at Melbourne’s Corner Hotel on Sunday 19 June.
Currently in the midst of a mammoth North American run, Savages are garnering rave reviews. The first single ‘The Answer’ from their new album Adore Life, is a frenetic guitar-fuelled anthem, led by the intensity of Jehnny Beth’s raw vocals.

Presented by Laneway Presents, Penny Drop and Triple R

Corner show now SOLD OUT

Avantwhatever Festival

Wednesday 13th July - Sunday 17th July @ Various Venues

Avantwhatever Festival is a five day showcase of contemporary experimental music being held in Triple R's Performance Space in Brunswick this July.

Running from Wednesday 13 July to Sunday 17 July, the event includes four nights of concerts at the station as well as talks, workshops and outdoor performances along the nearby Merri Creek.

Featured will be international guests Gabi Losoncy (US), Jason Lescalleet (US) and Manfred Werder (CH) alongside Australia's own talents, all pushing the boundaries of music as we know it.

"The festival is about broadening notions of what music is and can be," explains Festival Director Ben Byrne.

Avantwhatever Festival – July 13-17 2016
Contemporary Experimental Music

More information and a limited release of early bird season tickets available now from www.avantwhatever.com.

Leon Bridges

Leon Bridges

Tuesday 19th July - Wednesday 20th July @ Forum Theatre, Melbourne

Both shows have now SOLD OUT

Mark Lanegan

Mark Lanegan

Friday 22nd July @ The Croxton, Thornbury

Secret Sounds Touring are thrilled to announce that Mark Lanegan, the former frontman of iconic 90s band Screaming Trees, is heading to Australia in July.

Already announced on the Splendour In the Grass lineup, Mark Lanegan has added a headline show at THE CROXTON BANDROOM on Friday 22 July.

Tickets are on sale now at thecroxton.com.au

Fat White Family

Fat White Family

Sunday 24th July @ Yah Yah's, Fitzroy

The six-piece punk band from South London

Playing tracks from their critically acclaimed albums

Champagne Holocaust & Songs For Our Mothers

TICKETS ON SALE NOW from www.yahyahs.com.au

* Melbourne Splendour Sideshow

Fat White Family

Fat White Family

Monday 25th July @ Cherry Bar, Melbourne

The six-piece punk band from South London

Playing tracks from their critically acclaimed albums

Champagne Holocaust & Songs For Our Mothers

TICKETS ON SALE NOW from www.cherrybar.com.au

* Melbourne Splendour Sideshow

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