Music & Festivals

Stawell Regional Arts

Stawell Regional Arts brings four performances annually to Stawell and surrounds through the Café Culture series. Other performances are also provided throughout the year. These performances range from music to comedy and theatrical productions. In addition Stawell Regional Arts runs Talent on Tap evening aimed to give local people an opportunity to perform. This promotes local young people having a go to older more experienced performers.

The performances provided through Stawell Regional Arts enhance the diversity of experiences for both locals and tourists in the Northern Grampians Shire. 

Grampians Grape Escape - Halls Gap

Enjoy food and wine as you listen to live bands and entertainment. First weekend in May. One of Australia's longest running food and wine festival has something for everyone. Discover the delights of 125 food and wine artisans while you soak up the live music and family fun in the heart of the majestic Grampians National Park.

To find out more visit the Grampians Grape Escape Website

Weekend Jazz at the Mountain Grand

Mountain Grand Guesthouse
Halls Gap
Phone: (03) 5356 4232

Jazz every weekend. Jazz Saturday night in the upstairs cocktail bar for dinner from 7pm.
Moving to the downstairs bar at 10pm playing until 1am.

To find out more visit the Mountain Grand Hotel Website

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Festival Of Small Halls

The Festival of Small Halls is a series of tours that takes the best folk and contemporary acoustic artists performing at two of our country's largest festivals, and sends them on the road to tiny halls in communities all over Australia. The artist line-up for Small Halls will always be at least one Australian artist and one International touring artist, who play music of exceptional quality and heart. They’ve been chosen for the tour not only because of their beautiful songs and tunes, but because they have the ability to really connect with the people they play for, whether through storytelling, the ability to tell a good joke (or a truly terrible one), a wonderful warmth and a real interest in visiting places a little off the beaten track.

To find out more visit www.festivalofsmallhalls.com