Fresh from making its first 2018 program announcement late last month, Melbourne Music Week (MMW) has today unveiled its full roster, adding the likes of Regurgitator, Jen Cloher, Allday and Nai Palm to its 2018 lineup.
The nine-day, city-wide event will take place this November, boasting a long list of local and international acts.
Today’s full program reveal includes The Drones’ Gareth Liddiard, Clowns and New War joining You Am I’s Melbourne Town Hall show, while Melbourne’s beloved Cherry Bar has announced an all-day AC/DC Lane party headlined by Regurgitator and Nai Palm.
Elsewhere, The Push is bringing back its free all-ages event Push Over, which will see the likes of Allday, Ali Barter, Ruby Fields and Kian perform at Fed Square on Saturday, 24th November — as well as some special guest appearances from Jebediah, Spiderbait and Something for Kate.
Melbourne Music Week’s Self-Made Series will also see local artists and curators Carla Zimbler, Zoltan Fesco and Matt Sheers create an audio-visual experience titled ‘A Nice Warm Bath’, complete with an ambient soundtrack from Sydney-based producer Anatole, composer Sara Retallick of Golden Syrup, IDM artist waterhouse and more. The experience will take place on the closing night of Melbourne Music Week, at Norla Dome at Mission to Seafarers (Docklands).
Melbourne Music Week will take place from 16th to 24th November. For the full program, hit up the City Of Melbourne website.