Gisborne hosts the 2020 Macedon Ranges Music Festival on Saturday March 14.
Headlining the family-friendly one-day event will be internationally renowned soul queen Kylie Auldist. Best known for her 2016 award winning megahit ‘This Girl’ which has received over 1 billion streams globally, Kylie will be lighting up the Gisborne Steam Park alongside some of the Australian music scene's most revered live performers.

Joining Kylie on the Main Stage will be Australian blues favourite Geoff Achison & the Souldiggers, one-man-band powerhouse Shaun Kirk, 9-piece African Funk band One Spirit Africa along with singer-songwriters John Flanagan Trio and GraceJean. Folk artist Michael Dunstan is bringing his new band along while Macedon Ranges musicians will be well represented in a special performance from the MRMC Funkateers & Guests featuring local vocalists and members from local big bands.


The festival is a community event which donates 100% of ticket sales to the Woodend-based Cambodian Kids Foundation to support their work in community development in rural Cambodia. The support of local businesses and organisations including GREAT, Gisborne & District Community Bank and Macedon Ranges Shire Council make this event possible.


In addition to the lineup, the festival will also feature a pop-up cocktail bar, award winning food trucks & stalls, virtual reality station, loads of kids’ activities and a Youth Stage featuring some of the Macedon Ranges’ finest emerging performers.


Keep an eye out for the Macedon Ranges Music Festival sideshows to be announced soon. Follow the festival’s Facebook and Instagram pages to stay up to date.

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Macedon Ranges Music Festival details:

Date: Saturday March 14th, 2020.

Place: Gisborne Steam Park, New Gisborne.

Ticket prices (Early Bird):
Adult - $25, Concession - $20, Youth (13-17) - $10, Kids (under 12) - FREE.

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