28 February - 2 March 2014
Including jazz, rock, blues, folk, gospel and everything in between, this music festival set in the coastal town of Apollo Bay features both national and international artists. The festival also includes comedy, visual arts, street performance and kids' events.
28 February - 9 March 2014
The Mildura Wentworth Arts Festival is one of Australia's leading regional arts festivals. The festival offers a rich and vibrant program of visual and performing arts, workshops, theatre, Big Screen outdoor cinema, music, exhibitions, parades and comedy - all in a diverse range of venues that showcase the unique landscapes, natural beauty and rich heritage of the Mildura district.
1 - 31 March 2014
A celebration of the community, music, art, theatre and cuisine of Greater Shepparton in Victoria's north. As well as signature events such as Opera in the Orchards, the festival features innovative art, artists and arts practice.
7 - 10 March 2014
The seaside town of Port Fairy in Victoria's southwest comes alive with international and national musicians over a four-day long weekend. Folk, roots, blues, jazz, bluegrass, Celtic roots, country and rock are presented across stages and venues throughout the town.
7 - 10 March, 2014
One of Melbourne’s most popular and one of Australia's longest-running events, this free community festival along the banks of the Yarra incorporates music, performing arts, multicultural cuisine, waterski competitions, fireworks, carnival rides, the annual Moomba parade and much more.
8 - 10 March 2014
Golden Plains is a Premium Music Festival on an Epic Long Weekend in the Greatest of Outdoors. It is staged in Autumn so the weather is warm and stable. Afternoon goes on all day; the sun like honey on the trees, then a giant spike of excitement goes kabloooey at nightfall. The Summer Fool is spent by March so Golden Plains is oblivious to that particular strain of vain folly. Golden Plains is for seekers not attention-seekers.
10 March 2014
Push Over is The Push’s signature all-ages live music festival. Push Over annually showcases around 30 acts across four stages, and some of the best upcoming Aussie indie rock, hardcore and hip hop acts as voted by young people from around Victoria.
21 - 23 March 2014
In the historic township of Yackandandah, this festival presents a diversity of musical styles that encompass traditional and not-so-traditional folk music interspersed with blues, rock, country and jazz. It includes musical talent from a selection of locally-grown acts to national favourites and international visitors.
21 - 23 March 2014
Reservoir’s very own Arts Festival. Designed to celebrate the unique cultural identity of Reservoir, True North is a festival showcasing this distinctive multicultural area of Melbourne. We want to bring people out of their houses and into the streets, to have a good time and talk about what makes Reservoir special.
22 March 2014
Drawing on Aboriginal cultural heritage, this community art and music festival promotes the restoration of Lake Bolac and its surrounding stream system. There's blues, roots and acoustic music, an art exhibition and a competition, workshops, roving entertainers and a craft market.
26 March - 20 April 2014
One of the three largest comedy festivals in the world, alongside Edinburgh and Montreal, this festival includes stand-up comedy, cabaret, theatre, street performance, film, television, radio and visual arts.
29 - 30 March 2014
The Hills Are Alive is a two-day boutique camping and music gathering set in the beautifully picturesque rolling hills of South Gippsland. It takes place on an unbelievably beautiful site and the vibe is incredible. The main focus is about getting great people together to enjoy amazing live music in very special location.