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The Basin Music Festival will be back in

March 2024 

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Well, that's a wrap for 2023!  After loads of planning and organising we once again brought live music to The Basin Triangle. Community support was epic and the music sensational. Checkout our Facebook page for loads of pictures of all the great musicians who played the festival.

A huge thank you to everyone who was involved. Without our amazing volunteers we could not have pulled this off and without support from Knox City Council and our donors we could not have paid for it! 

We hope you all had a great time; we know we did.

If you are one of the thousands who came to the festival over the weekend, we'd love to hear about your experience, contact us. 

Support live music - DONATE NOW

Did you know the festival is run wholly by volunteers showcasing performers who donate their time, energy and their music for all to enjoy? Our goal is to build our funding base so we can provide further support to our performers - your donation will help us do that.


Calling for volunteers  - want to help with staging the festival? Come have some fun, meet new people, listen to the music.  Contact us to learn more about what's involved. 

Sign up to be a member Thank you for showing such great support. Your membership means you are helping support local musicians and lovers of music. And it's fun!


Help keep the Festival alive! Subscribe to an annual membership and join a group of passionate lovers of music, community and the arts. You will get a range of benefits including a weekend pass to the annual Festival and a whole lot more of showcase opportunities throughout the year. 

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Our Aboriginal heritage

The Basin Music Festival Association acknowledges, respects and shares in the customs of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respects to the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation, traditional custodians of the land on which we hold The Basin Music Festival, and pay our respects to their elders past and present.
We extend that same respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, members of the oldest living culture in the world . 
 To learn more, ghere.


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