We’re teaming up with Melbourne Music Week to take over the city’s noblest haunts from Friday, November 17th to Saturday, November 25th with great music and excellent beer. The festival hub is on at St. Paul’s Cathedral, a 126-year-old neo-Gothic wonder. We’re ringing its cavernous halls with Brooklyn Brewery bars stocked to the brim with American Ale and Lager draught throughout an action-packed week.
Join us for opening night on Friday, November 17th at 8:30PM as the festival kicks off with feature performances from American musicians Julianna Barwick and Kath Bloom along with a host of rising Australian acts including Divide and Dissolve, Wilson Tanner, Kirkis, James Tom and Jack Doepel (Krakatau) and Two Steps in the Water.
Next door, the Cathedral carpark will be transformed into a frenzy of lunchtime gigs and live sets all week, starting with a Welcome to Country and Smoking Ceremony with the Wurundjeri Community followed by performances by Kutcha Edwards and rising electronic/pop artist Muki. Catch us at the Carpark container bar for a fresh pint of Lager and check out a few more feature performances below:
The cathedral will play host to a dizzying array of local and international artists throughout the week, German DJ Helmut Geier aka DJ Hell is now sold out so be sure to catch Honeysmack, Acid Safari, Zambian-born singer-songwriter Sampa the Great, the Fortunes, Marcus Whale and Jacques Green. Get down with us and check out the full program here.Back to all blog posts