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2021 Macedon Ranges Music Festival

Gisborne Steam Park, Webb Crescent, New Gisborne, Victoria, 3438
13 Mar 2021

Live music is back in the Macedon Ranges. Having been the last festival to run in 2020, the Macedon Ranges Music Festival returns to the Gisborne Steam Park.

Headlined by Aussie favourites The Black Sorrows, Emma Donovan & the Putbacks and Nick Barker, the festival brings together some of the best local vendors and finest Australian musicians. The one-day event keeps the feel-good vibes going as it donates 100% of profits to the Cambodian Kids Foundation to support their work in providing education to a rural community in Cambodia.

Taking a COVID-safe approach, the festival will still feature what audiences have come to love about MRMF. A family-friendly environment is backed up with plenty of kids activities in the ‘Youth Zone’ to keep the kids entertained. Meanwhile, a full bar offers local drinks from Hanging Rock Winery, Harcourt Cider, Quiet Deeds Brewery and festive cocktails made by Macedon-based Mountain Distilling.

This is a COVID-safe event. All ticket holders reserve the right to a 100% refund in the case of cancellation.

Tickets are strictly limited and sold online only.

2021 Performers:

The Black Sorrows
Emma Donovan & the Putbacks
Nick Barker
Velvet Bloom
Doc Halibut
The Chris Commerford Band
Connor Black-Harry
2020 Youth Stage Comp Winner Jasper Byron

Type Entry cost
Adult $30.00 - $35.00
Concession $22.00 - $25.00

Kids under the age of 12 are free.

  • Actively welcomes people with access needs
  • Suitable for guests who have challenges with learning, communication, understanding and behaviour
  • Suitable for guests with sufficient mobility to climb two or three steps, but would benefit from fixtures and fittings to aid balance
  • Suitable for guests who depend on the use of a wheelchair in a seated position at all times
  • Bar
  • Car park
  • Public toilet
Gisborne Steam Park, Webb Crescent, New Gisborne, Victoria, 3438

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