Scope Out Brunswick Music Festival’s Mammoth Local Program

By Alexandra Middleton
22nd Feb 2021

Artist Mo'Ju in a white beanie and sunglasses.

Brunswick Music Festival is back with an impressive line-up of local talent spanning over ten huge days. From Friday 5 March to Monday 16 March, beloved Brunswick venues will play host to a plethora of live music, with all tickets $10 or free. That’s right, ten bucks or free.

Free performances from Alana Wilkinson, D’arcy Spiller and Destrends—just to name a few—will take place at bandrooms, bars and pubs across Brunswick as part of the expanded Venues 3056 program, providing the ideal opportunity to support the suburb’s local businesses. Bar Oussou, the Brunswick Ballroom, Ollie’s Pizza Parlour and The Edinburgh Castle Hotel are just a handful of inner north institutions offering up a wealth of live music for you to enjoy. The Retreat Hotel is also hosting a Beatles tribute evening, as well an all-femme and gender-non-conforming International Women’s Day lineup. 

If you want to enjoy Brunswick’s greenspaces, there will be plenty of opportunity with a bunch of acts set to perform outdoors. Headliners Angie McMahon and Mo’Ju will play special shows on BMF’s newest stage at Gilpin Park. Crown Ruler with Waving at Trains, Milk! Records and Our Golden Friends will also make outdoor appearances, featuring East Brunswick All Girls Choir, Loose Tooth and more. 

And with album launches at Howler, pop up shows along Sydney Road, and an endless list of venues where you can groove along to a gig, this annual inner-city music festival is sure to set Brunswick abuzz for over a week. 

It’s been a tough year for live music and small business—there’s no better time to support both at Brunswick Music Festival. For more information click here.

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