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Leaps and Bounds Music Festival

When

Thursday 30 June, 8 - 11pm
Friday 1 July, 8 - 11pm
Saturday 2 July, 3 - 9pm
Sunday 3 July, 3 - 9pm

Where

Sacred Heart Precinct

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When

Thursday 30 June, 8 - 11pm
Friday 1 July, 8 - 11pm
Saturday 2 July, 3 - 9pm
Sunday 3 July, 3 - 9pm

Where

Sacred Heart Precinct

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Leaps and Bounds takes over Abbotsford Convent

Leaps and Bounds Music Festival will host a 4-day takeover at the Convent from 30 June to 3 July.

Thursday 30 June

Blackout Experience – Melbourne cultural taste-makers and BIPOC music label Yo CiTY are thrilled to announce their third instalment of Blackout Experience; a tribute to MCs presented by Yo CiTY Connect the events arm of the label. The night features the finest wordsmiths including the renowned Spoken Word artist Grace Vanilau, one half of So.Crates, California born MC Cazeaux O.S.L.O. Filipino-German rapper Arnt Mae, Motswana poet and rapper Tumi The Be and Mazbou Q, a UK-born, Tāmaki Makaurau (Auckland) based Nigerian artist.

Blackout Experience is supported by On the Road Again, a Victorian Government initiative to bring live music back across the state.

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Friday 1 July

Afrosphere – Melbourne International Jazz Festival presents an energetic night of Afro-jazz and beats at the Abbotsford Convent. Get ready for an unmissable night of body-moving music with The Experience and Ausecuma Beats.

Afrosphere is supported by On the Road Again, a Victorian Government initiative to bring live music back across the state.

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Blackout Experience and Afrosphere are supported by On the Road Again, a Victorian Government initiative to bring live music back across the state.

Saturday 2 July

Fitzroyalty – Celebrate the soul, funk, blues, and hip-hop legends of Brunswick Street, featuring Spoonful, Swingin’ Sidewalks, Acapelicans and more. Revisit all your favourites from iconic Fitzroy venues including The Evelyn, The Night Cat, Rainbow Hotel, and Bar Open.

Sunday 3 July

Punters Club Reunion Show – Take a trip down memory lane – aka 1990s Brunswick Street – as we pay homage to the musos who helped shape the Melbourne music scene at the storied Punters Club Hotel.

* This is a licensed event. Under 18s must be supervised by an adult

Access

The Sacred Heart precinct is wheelchair accessible and there are gender-neutral toilets in the vicinity.

Please also see the Convent’s COVID Safe Plan here.