5 Music Festivals To Visit In Australia In The Next Three Months | ISIC Australia
No matter the time of the year, it’s always a good time to go to a music festival with your friends. In case you missed Peak a couple of weeks ago, you are still in for a treat in the second half of 2017.
The music festivals are just getting started. The only question is - which festivals are worth your time and money?
Our best picks are here:
Broadbeach Country Music Festival
When: 28-30 July 2017
If you are in a mood for some country music and beach, this Queensland music festival is going to be music to your ears.
With the slogan ‘Country with the Coast,' Broadbeach Country Music Festival is free but includes some major artists in the Australian country music landscape. It features Kasey Chambers, Travis Collins and Troy Cassar-Daley. That said, the real country music lovers are already packing their bags.
Australian Festival Of Chamber Music
When: 28 July – 5 August 2017
Looking for something different? Let us suggest you an orchestra music festival.
This Townsville festival’s 25 outdoor music stages are one great festival of beautiful music that sounds even better when performed outside. Australian Festival of Chamber Music proves to show that outdoor festivals do not necessarily have to be all neon shirts and shoulder rides.
Maroochy Music And Visual Arts Festival
When: 26 August 2017
Music and art lovers unite -- the Maroochy Music and Visual Arts Festival on the Sunshine Coast is your new favorite venue this winter.
This year's top-tier line up of outstanding local Australian artists in an open air-amphitheatre will feast your ears on the one hand. On the other one, when you are not rocking it with the artist you love, you can explore and enjoy larger-than-life art installations and artists who will even create their art live in the Visual Arts Park. For those who want to relax as well, the organizers have prepared a lot of pink bean bags and glasses of bubbly served at the Champagne and Oyster Garden.
When: 1-2 September 2017
Snowtunes slogan is: ”Designed so you can ski or snowboard all day and party all night!”
If this setting excites you, make sure to organize your trip as soon as possible. This unique outdoor snow music festival is a great option if you are a ski lover and enjoy the cold weather.
Jindabyne is close to other great ski resorts - Thredbo, Perisher, etc. So, if you are staying in Thredbo apartments, this festival is just a 30-minute drive to Snowtunes.
When: 6-8 September 2017
The last on this list, but not the least fun is the Brisbane based BIGSOUND music festival.
This premier festival of new music will give you a new perspective on the today's music with their collection of vibrant musicians from different parts of the globe. Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley will host music professionals and lovers and provide them some of the best Australian music in September.
You know you want to be able to say “I heard them first live” for one of the superstars of tomorrow. 150 artists are performing this year - use the opportunity!
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