Top Music And Cultural Festivals In Australia

Top Music And Cultural Festivals In Australia

Australia is famous for its diverse and rich wildlife and has a strong cultural and folk scene. If you want to experience good food, entertaining music, lively ambience and a memorable time, then there are top Australian festivals you must attend.

Adelaide Festival

This annual arts festival holds in the South Australian capital of Adelaide every March. It features events like opera, theatre, dance, classical and contemporary music and literature. The festival attracts local and international visitors.

Melbourne International Comedy Festival

The Melbourne International Comedy Festival is a stand-up comedy festival that runs for four weeks annually in Melbourne, Australia. It features stand-up and cabaret acts, sketch shows, plays, improvisational theatre, debates, musical shows and art exhibitions. <!–more–>

Byron Bay Bluesfest

This s an annual five-day blues music event festival that holds over the Easter long weekend in Byron Bay, New South Wales. It features a large selection of blues and roots performers from Australia and around the world.

Melbourne International Arts Festival

This is an international arts festival that features dance, theatre, music, circus, visual arts, and multimedia. The festival is famous for its epic art performances and evolving cultural dialogue.

Woodford Folk Festival

This is one of the biggest folk festivals in the world. It features over 2000 performers and 400 events on over 25 different stages. There is also circus, cabaret, comedy, street performances, workshops, debate, street theatre and parades.

Sydney Winter Festival

This is Australia’s biggest winter festival that holds annually in Sydney. It features a combination of light sculptures and interactive multimedia works that also includes performances by local and international musical artists.

These are the top festivals that attract tourists to Australia all year round, and you wouldn’t want to miss them on your next visit to Australia.