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Update April 15th 2019
Please note this event is cancelled.

Book now for this festival featuring a huge array of events
This will be a four-day music festival in Bendigo's arts precinct, taking over Bendigo's pubs, clubs and theatres.

Many of the music festivals that come to Melbourne have a huge line-up and this is the case with the Bendigo Autumn Music Festival.

The inaugural event will run from Thursday, 25th April to Sunday 28th April 2019. Why not make a long weekend out of the ANZAC Day public holiday and book to stay the weekend in Bendigo!

This music festival will be a family-friendly event and held at multiple venues from pubs and cafes to community halls and the refurbished 1860s Sandhurst Gaol, which is now The Ulumbarra Theatre.

The festival will be brought to you by the team that has delivered the very successful Mullum Music Festival and Bello Winter Music in NSW. This will be an exciting new addition to the Victorian music festival calendar. You can make your bookings for this outstanding festival at this link.

Starting on Anzac Day evening, this boutique arts and music festival will be presented by Red Square Music. It will feature live music at unique and interesting places where you can celebrate music and arts within Bendigo's arts precinct.

BAM will have something for all tastes of music and it will be an opportunity to hear new music from around the world, the country and the local region. The organisers have ensured that there will be a commitment to program 30% of local content.

BAM is Red Square Music's third regional music festival and will be its biggest to date.

If you live in Melbourne or surrounds, it is just a short drive on the Calder Freeway to get to the beautiful countryside. Bendigo is an ideal location for BAM as there is so much to do and see here. Some of the interesting things to do include local arts and culture offerings, eat and drink good food and wine and you could stay at some amazing boutique guesthouses and bed and breakfast places.

Prepare yourself for a musical bonanza with over 80 performances in 14 venues over four days.

Some of the performers include:
Cash Savage and The Last Drinks
Tex Perkins and the Fat Rubber Band
16 Lovers Lane
Vika and Linda Bull
No Mono
Katie Noonan - Elixir with Michael Leunig
Deborah Conway and Willie Zygier

Jeff Lang
Estere (NZ)
Perch Creek
The Seven Ups
Alice Skye
Cool Out Sun
Alwan Trio (Israel-Iraq)

Danny Walsh Banned
Mario Queen of the Circus
And heaps more

See the full lineup, dates and venues at this link.

This will be on Thursday 25th April at the Ulumbarra Theatre from 6 pm - 11.30 pm. It will feature Deborah Conway & Willy Zygier, Saskwatch, Moussa Diakite & Wassado (Mali), Archer Sibusile Xaba (Sth Africa), Mario Queen of the Circus, Elizabeth, Xani, Ryan Downey, Roundabout Theatre and it will be hosted by Brian Nankervis.

The street parade will be held on Sunday 28th April from 11 am. It will start from Rosalind Park, on the corner of View St and Pall Mall.

It will feature all sorts of musicians playing their instruments and will be a New Orleans style street parade.

There will be about 12 workshops and you can see details of them at this link.

There will be heaps more happening over this festival and you can read all about it at their website.

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Why? For an autumn music festival
When: From 25th to 28th April 2019
Where: Bendigo
Cost: Varies, see article
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