Byron Bay Blues Fest

Byron Bay Blues Fest is Australia’s premier contemporary Blues & Roots music festival. The festival showcases more than 200 performances and over 100 food and market stalls throughout the week-long event. The festival organisers say: “Bluesfest is Australia’s multi-award winning and internationally renowned festival. Entertaining 6,000 in our first year, Bluesfest now attracts over 100,000 […] » read more

Electric Gardens

Electric Gardens is an annual independent music festival in Sydney, Australia. The boutique event features a variety of the best local and international electronic artists. The festival organisers say: “Electric Gardens is a fiercely independent, outdoor, boutique music festival, showcasing the very best artists from the electronic music world. Our production is world-class, our headliners […] » read more

St Jerome’s Laneway Festival

St Jerome’s Laneway Festival is an annual event that takes place in multiple cities around Australia. The festival brings the summer’s best local and international acts to a city near you! The festival organisers say: “What started as a series of weekly shows at a tiny Melbourne bar has bloomed into one of Australia’s most […] » read more

To be confirmed: Festival X

Festival is Australia’s biggest summer music festival. The brand new event takes place in multiple cities around Australia and New Zealand; bringing the biggest and best local and international electronic musical talent. The festival organisers say: “Committed to throwing a world class event across multiple stages, Festival X brings together three powerhouse festival and party […] » read more

Midnight Mafia

Midnight Mafia is Sydney’s biggest indoor festival and the largest hard dance event in the southern hemisphere. The festival annually welcomes the biggest and best hard dance acts in the world to showcase the unique story of the Midnight Mafia. The festival organisers say: “The biggest indoor festival in Sydney is back! This time, we’re […] » read more

Earth Frequency Festival

Earth Frequency Festival is an annual, four-day music, arts and environmental festival in South East Queensland. The festival has a strong focus on arts, education, healing and community spirit. The festival organisers say: “From it’s origins as a small landcare party in 2005, Earth Frequency has now become one of Australia’s foremost transformational gatherings. At Earth Frequency, […] » read more

To be confirmed: Elements Festival

Elements Festival is not your average doof. Elements is a series of indoor and outdoor events combining three days of music, arts, markets, workshops and more. The festival organisers say: “Elements is a long-established part of Australia’s musical ecosystem, with a healthy crop of festivals and day parties sprouting all year-round. We are known for […] » read more

Mushroom Valley

Mushroom valley is an annual community gathering to grow, learn and connect. The festival features a range of electronic music, workshops, performances, art installations and more. The festival organisers say: “Mushroom Valley is an amazing psychedelic wonderland where we pride ourselves on creating a friendly and fun environment where people from all walks of life […] » read more

To be confirmed: Burning Seed

Burning Seed is Australia’s biggest regional Burning Man style event. The experimental gathering is dedicated to creativity, collaboration and community in Australia. The festival organisers say: “Burn is created by its participants, not for them. There ain’t no fancy-pants production company curating from up on high or digging our ditches down below. There are no […] » read more

New Zealand International Yoga Festival

New Zealand’s International Yoga Festival is an annual event that combines more than 100 yoga workshops with concerts, dance, international presenters and more. Join in on a transformational conscious yoga experience and explore this unique evolutionary journey. The festival organisers say: “Tune in to Yoga, Meditation, Music, Dance | Over 100 entertaining, inspiring and thought […] » read more