Not sure what to do this autumn? Melbourne has incredible festivals and stunning scenery perfect for this time of year. In this blog we are sharing the best things to do this autumn.
With Groovin’ the Moo in Bendigo fast approaching, you should definitely be starting to think about how exactly to get the logistics of the event sorted out. With fantastic Australian acts on the lineup like Alex Lahey, Grinspoon and Ball Park Music (not to mention international acts like Aminé), you’ll want to be able to enjoy the day fully without any hiccups. That’s why this week we are running through some things to consider now so that you don’t have anything to worry about on the day. Continue reading
With summer in full swing, music festival season is well underway. From cultural festivals featuring the best food, wine and music from across the globe, to grungy, street style festivals perfect for shimmying your way through balmy summer nights, to fun-filled, day festivals made for family outings, there’s something for everyone. At Melbourne on The Move, we’re always heading off to a new festival. So in this week’s blog, we’ve put together a handy how-to guide to make sure that your next music festival trip is a roaring success.
This February, iconic RnB superstars, TLC, and Boyz II Men will take to the stage in the first ever RnB Vine Days. The concert series will showcase some of Australia’s stunning wine regions and host some of the biggest names in contemporary RnB. So, to find out more about Vine Days and prepare for the big event, we’ve created a handy guide.
Imagine this: kicking back with friends while listening to the wondrous rock sounds of Bryan Adams, Daryl Braithwaite and Thirsty Merc at the magnificent Mitchelton Wines in Nagambie. Well, luckily, you don’t have to imagine – as that’s what you’ll get at the Bryan Adams ADOTG Concert this Saturday. To familiarise and help you prepare for the big day, we’ve created a handy guide which covers information about the day, what to bring and how to get there.
Christmas is just around the corner and with it comes some show-stopping seasonal entertainment. This December, Australia’s widely adored Motown and Blue-eyed soul group, Human Nature, will present a spectacular Jukebox and Christmas show. The group will perform songs from Jukebox, Motown, Christmas, original hits and more, while also being joined by special guests, Kate Cebrano and Bonnie Anderson. To make the most of what’s sure to be a joyous and memorable event, we’ve prepared a handy guide which covers everything you need to know for Human Nature’s Jukebox and Christmas Concert.
This summer, disco fever greats KC & The Sunshine Band, Village People and Sister Sledge will unite for a legendary Australian tour. With five national shows, all artists will perform with full bands, including KC & The Sunshine Band’s impressive 15-piece outfit. To help you prepare for what’s sure to be a spectacular event, we’ve created a guide which includes information on the Victorian shows, what to bring and how to get there.
The Rugby League World Cup is Rugby League’s top international competition and one of the longest running World Cup tournaments in world sport. This November, the Rugby League World Cup comes to Melbourne to play the quarter final at our iconic Melbourne Rectangular Stadium. To make the most of this spectacular day, we have prepared a guide which includes the history of the Rugby League World Cup, information about the day and advice on getting there.
Since it was established back in 1855, the AAMI Victoria Derby Day has maintained a reputation as one of the most prestigious events on the Spring Racing Calendar. Known as one of the more sophisticated events on the Spring Racing Calendar, Derby Day combines the elegance of traditional racing with modern attractions such as live entertainment and Fashions on the Field. In this week’s blog, we share everything you need to know about the day, the food, fashion and entertainment highlights, as well as our raceday tips.
Imagine spending a weekend on the stunning Mornington Peninsula with friends, hopping between wineries, cideries and breweries to enjoy live music and a tasting some of the best tipple the Peninsula has to offer. If this sounds like your idea of a good weekend, then the new Peninsula VineHop Festival should be on your Spring festival bucket list. In this fun festival weekend, you will have the opportunity to visit ten of the Peninsula’s finest breweries, wineries and cideries to discover where all the magic happens. To help prepare you for this spectacular weekend, we’ve prepared a handy guide which includes what the festival is all about, what to bring and how to get around.