Music For The Mob w/Kee'ahn + DANCINGWATER + Jada Weazel [VENUE CHANGE]
First Nations
Family Friendly
BMF Presents
Mon 11 Mar | 2pm - 6pm

*** Due to forecasted extreme weather conditions, Monday's Music For The Mob event will be moved indoors to Estonian House in Brunswick. The safety and comfort of our attendees, performers, and staff are our top priority, and therefore, the event will no longer take place at Gilpin Park as originally planned.

You can now join us at Estonian House for a day of First Nations music and art, featuring the same stellar lineup of Kee'ahn, DANCINGWATER, and Jada Weazel starting from 2:30 pm. A reduced but high-quality Mob Artist market and a little food (including icy poles!) will be open from 2pm onwards. ***

Brunswick Music Festival will conclude on Monday 11th March with Music For The Mob, a collaboration with First Nations record label Bad Apples Music.

The event is a free and family friendly day of First Nations music and art. Music For The Mob will feature a first class lineup consisting of Kee'ahn, DANCINGWATER and Jada Weazel from 2:30pm, and a Mob Artist market from 2:00pm. Bring your besties, your little ones and enjoy an alcohol-free afternoon.

Bad Apples Website


Accessible by wheelchair, assistance is a available

Standing + Sitting Available

Standing and sitting options available

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Brunswick Music Festival acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung people as the Traditional custodians of the lands and waterways in the area now known as Merri-bek, and pays respect to their Elders past and present, and to all First Nations people and communities. BMF embraces their traditional and contemporary cultural and creative expression and significant contribution to life in the area.