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An Association for musicians and lovers of music 

Since 2004, The Basin Music Festival Association Inc (TBMF) has helped to establish The Basin (and the foothills region) as a valuable destination for live-music, commerce, recreation, and culture.

Run by volunteers and supported by Knox City Council and sponsors, TBMF showcases and promotes music and musicians through a series of fun events set in the foothills of the beautiful Dandenong Ranges, about 35 kilometres east of Melbourne.

Serving the region in and around the City of Knox, these non-profit events promote community harmony, local musicians, community groups, volunteerism, communal facilities, diversity, accessibility and neighbourhood pride.

Local artists who may have few opportunities to perform in public, and young musicians who are starting out, enjoy a supportive, inclusive and professional environment - sharing the stage and networking with established musicians. Featuring a three-day live music festival each year, TBMF also presents a concert series over the summer months, events specific for young people, a song-writing competition and special features from time to time.

These events continue to be a catalyst for development in the area, including facilities and infrastructure, helping to improve the environment for local residents and businesses.

Generously supported by

  • Knox City Council
  • Bendigo Community Bank
  • Sponsors and donors

TBMF Committee of Management

President: Mark Grondman

Vice-president: Grant Eekelschot

Secretary: Dan Goldfarb

Treasurer: Alex Reoch

Ordinary Members: Jill Edwards, John Mortimore, Mark Smith

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 . 
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