The Long Weekender

A curated selection of your favourite Victorian festival moments, hosted by Myf Warhurst.
The image shows the flyer for The Long Weekender event, featuring live performances from festivals such as A Day on the Green, Falls Festival, Summersalt, Yirramboi Festival, Brunswick Music Festival, Queenscliff Music Festival, Meredith Music Festival, Golden Plains, and more, hosted by Myf Warhurst on Monday 14 June at midday. The background is black with splotches of yellow, purple and blue.

The Long Weekender will bring you six hours of the best, free, live Victorian music from 12noon Monday 14th June. Go back in time to revisit electrifying sets from your favourite Victorian artists.

Join national treasure, Myf Warhurst, as she presents curated sets from Victorian festivals including Falls Festival, Meredith Music Festival, Queenscliff Music Festival, Golden Plains, Yirramboi Festival, SummerSalt, Share The Spirit, Brunswick Music Festival, and A Day On The Green – all delivered directly to the homes of Victorians this long weekend. 

With one stage and no clashes, you will have the ability to pause, rewind and fast forward the Long Weekender to your heart's delight between 12 noon and midnight on Monday 14 June, via ACMI’s streaming service, Cinema 3.

Featured artists:

  • Adalita
  • Alex Lahey
  • Alice Skye
  • Allara
  • Archie Roach
  • Cable Ties
  • Courtney Barnett
  • Djirri Djirri Dancers
  • The Black Sorrows
  • The Cat Empire
  • The DirtyThree
  • Frente!
  • Hachiku
  • James Henry
  • King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard
  • Loose Tooth
  • Magic Dirt
  • The Meanies
  • Mo’Ju
  • Sampa The Great
  • Spiderbait
  • Simona Castricum
  • Sleep D
  • The Teskey Brothers
  • Total Giovanni
  • You Am I 

How to watch

This event will be streamed exclusively on ACMI's streaming service, Cinema 3. Sign up now and be notified when The Long Weekender is available to watch!

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Live music is the heartbeat of Victoria, with the industry one of the most heavily affected by recurring lockdown restrictions.

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