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Featuring a never-ending line up of hometown heroes, interstate bands and international artists, this is the quintessential Melbourne bandroom.
Howl at the moon from the beer garden or nestle into cosy booths inside for beats, an impressive beer list and an Asian-tapas style bar menu.
This hugely popular summertime music venue has been wowing crowds since 1959, with big names like Daft Pink gracing the stage.
This revamped pub is a favourite with the indie/arts crowd. Catch up-and-coming indie, electro and hip hop acts like Sona and Seekae.
The spiritual home of punk and indie-rock bands, there's no better place in Melbourne to catch a band than in the sweaty bandroom at the Tote.
Boasting everything from trad, fusion and latin jazz right through to big band and gypsy swing, there's plenty for aficionados and novices alike.
This historic auditorium on St Kilda's esplanade boasts veteran as well as up-and-coming folk, country and indie stars.
Walk past the famous chalk board sign out front and head upstairs to catch the hottest indie, rock, hip hop and soul acts when they come to town.
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St. Jerome's Laneway Festival is about leading new and revered seminal music. The festival has...
Celebrate all types of music and dance all year at Melbourne and Victoria's music festivals.
Head northside for LPs, CDs, DVDs, books, DJ equipment and phonic rarities especially imported.
Snap up new releases from new blood and indie classics at this much-revered record store.
Food, drinks, noise – choose your own adventure at Boney, Melbourne's favourite late-night hideout.
This old soul of the Melbourne rock scene was a launch-pad for local heroes Jet and Airbourne.
From big bands to sultry soloists, Melbourne has a brilliantly diverse jazz scene.
Melbourne Music Week (MMW) is a nine-day celebration of the city’s thriving, world-renowned music...
Lose track of time and space on a night out at this late-night Melbourne rock institution.
The Toff, on the second floor of Curtin House, is a glossy change from the usual sweaty rock club.
St. Jerome's Laneway Festival is about leading new and revered seminal music. The festival has always been interested in finding what's fresh and...
Melbourne and Victoria dance all year with music festivals celebrating rock, alternative, techno, folk, jazz and all types of music and performance.
Head northside to this purveyor of new and secondhand music for vinyl LPs, CDs, DVDs, books, DJ equipment and phonic rarities.
Snap up new releases from new blood like East Link and Multiple Man and replenish your indie staples collection at this revered Fitzroy record store.
Loosen up to house, hip hop and disco classics in the bar, hit the club for live performances, or tuck into cheap and cheerful bites at Boney Yum Yum.
This old soul of the Melbourne scene was founded by the drummer of the Cosmic Psychos in 2000 and was a launch-pad for local heroes Jet and Airbourne.
Need a night of soothing sounds? From big bands to sultry soloists, Melbourne has a brilliantly diverse jazz scene to tap into.
Melbourne Music Week (MMW) is a nine-day celebration of the city’s thriving, world-renowned music scene. Driven by its vision as a uniquely Melbourne...
Lose track of time and space on a night out at this Melbourne rock institution, home to live music, indie club nights and down home cookin'.
For those looking for a break from the noise and sweat of the usual rock club, The Toff, upstairs in Curtin House, is a glossy change of pace.