The action moves to Melbourne this week when the Melbourne International Jazz Festival gets underway.
Melbourne is one snazzy city and there isn’t a cooler time to visit than when the city is having one of its many amazing festivals.
The jazz festival headlines the June calendar from 1st-10th with acts such as Robert Hurst, Terence Blanchard, Hiromi, Lonnie Smith, Patti Austin and more.
For tickets (there are free events too), programs and all the details you need head to the official site – www.melbournejazz.com
If you like a good beer, a full on belly laugh, a long walk and plenty of food and wine check out some of these exciting things happening around Australia this month!! Take a look.
> Perth International Comedy Festival (2-20), Perth, WA
For some good belly laughs in the WA capital visit during the annual comedy festival with 40 events and 140 performances in just 19 days.
> Celtic Festival (3-6), Glen Innes, NSW
Glen Innes in the NSW hinterland is renowned as the Celtic capital of Australia. The beautiful town puts on a good show with plenty of food, dance, costumes and merriment of a Celtic theme.
Accommodation: nearest in Coffs Harbour / Byron Bay Continue reading
The Agnes Waters Blues and Roots Festival is set to kick off at the SES grounds on Feb 24-26, so get your skates on and head to the delightful coastal Queensland town for a weekend of fun and good music.
Highlights include Diesel, Bondi Cigars, Dave Wilson Trio, Bluesville Station and more. Costs are $80 for a one day pass, $110 three days. Continue reading