Every November, the power of City of Melbourne’s Melbourne Music Week causes musicians to flock to the city like salmon returning from the sea. Naturally, you’ll want to spend the entire week out at gigs, and Broadsheet wants to help you do that. So we’ve put together two ticket packages that will get you into a bunch of gigs and save you 25 per cent off ticket prices (and we’ll throw in a free pork bun at Misschu).
Package One buys you tickets to Animals Dancing featuring Chicago techno luminary, Hieroglyphic Being and disco DJ Justin Van Der Volgen; 100 Million Nights, the AV exploration of Australian history by Modular rockers, Canyons and visual artist, Daniel Boyd; and the Fuzzy party featuring house magician, Jacques Lu Cont.
Package Two gets you tickets to Polyfest, the 30th anniversary celebration for Polyester Records featuring greasy New Jersey goons, Personal & the Pizzas, Chris Cohen, Terrible Truths, Beaches and New War; a Chapter Music extravaganza with Twerps, Dick Diver, Geoffrey O’Connor, Bushwalking, the Ancients, Darren Sylvester and the Stevens; The Singhala mini-festival including Robin Fox and his mind-bending lasers, Dan Kelly with his Dream Band, and psychedelic freaks King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard; and a 90’s New York party with Oscar Key Sung.
And, because you’ll need sustenance from all that dancing, you’ll need that bun from the Misschu pop-up restaurant at The Residence. That’s over $100 worth of food and music for only $75. Do we look after you or what?
Melbourne Music Week runs from November 15 to 24 and more details about this year’s top-notch lineup, are available at the MMW site Tickets can be purchased via Moshtix (Package 1 and Package 2), so get in quick.