Melbourne Music Week 2016

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MELBOURNE | Melbourne Music Week returns for 2016 and this year’s event promises to be a good one, with over 100 local and international artists spanning all sorts of genres performing music and showcasing Melbourne’s vibrant music scene.

There will be events occurring across the city, but the main event will be centred around the Festival Hub, located at the State Library. The Queen’s Hall, which hasn’t been opened to the public for 10 years, will serve as the main stage, while the library’s forecourt will play host to free events day and night. For those looking for a bite to eat, the festival organisers have teamed up with Deliveroo and some of Melbourne’s favourite restaurants such as 400 Gradi, Huxtaburger, Tokyo Tina, Le Bon Ton and Biggie Smalls, to keep festival goers well fed.

For the thirsty among you, the Coopers Beer Garden or the Captain Morgan’s Rum Deck will provide you with what you need.

Check out the Melbourne Music Week website for details on what artists will be playing and when.

Melbourne Music Week 2016

Where: State Library and various other locations, Melbourne, Victoria 3000
When: 11-19 November 2016
Entry: Free, with some ticketed events

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