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Overview

Gold Pass (Opening Night + Fri + Sat + Sun) ADULT $226.00
Gold Pass (Opening Night + Fri + Sat + Sun) YOUTH $78.00
Gold Pass (Opening Night + Fri + Sat + Sun) CHILD $58.00
Silver Pass (Fri + Sat + Sun) ADULT $196.00
Silver Pass (Fri + Sat + Sun) YOUTH $63.00
Silver Pass (Fri + Sat + Sun) CHILD $43.00
Bronze Pass (Fri + Sat) ADULT $124.00
Bronze Pass (Fri + Sat) YOUTH $48.00
Bronze Pass (Fri + Sat) CHILD $27.00
Bronze Pass (Fri + Sun) ADULT $124.00
Bronze Pass (Fri + Sun) YOUTH $48.00
Bronze Pass (Fri + Sun) CHILD $27.00
Bronze Pass (Sat + Sun) ADULT $135.00
Bronze Pass (Sat + Sun) YOUTH $53.00
Bronze Pass (Sat + Sun) CHILD $32.00
Opening Night ADULT $61.00
Opening Night YOUTH $22.00
Opening Night CHILD $17.00
Friday Pass ADULT $68.00
Friday Pass YOUTH $32.00
Friday Pass CHILD $22.00
Saturday Pass ADULT $78.00
Saturday Pass YOUTH $38.00
Saturday Pass CHILD $27.00
Sunday Pass ADULT $78.00
Sunday Pass YOUTH $38.00
Sunday Pass CHILD $27.00

Following in the tradition of Red Square Music’s sell out boutique music festivals, in Mullumbimby and Bellingen, Bendigo Autumn Music Festival (BAM) delivers a diverse line-up that spans many genres and includes a generous offering of 30 local and international acts with a little something for everyone.

Headlining the four-day festival is Kurt Vile and the Violators. The Philadelphian born singer-songwriter is heading to Australia in support of his smokin’ new album, Bottle It In, the almighty follow up to last year’s collaboration with Courtney Barnett. As part of BAM, Kurt and band will perform at Bendigo’s most revered venue, The Ulumbarra Theatre, on Friday 26 April. ‘Ulumbarra’, meaning ‘gather together’ in the language of the local Dja Dja Wurrung people, is now a 1,000-seat state-of-the-art theatre in the heart of the festival precinct. Once home to Chopper Reed, the refurbished 1860's Sandhurst Gaol will no doubt be a huge drawcard for Kurt Vile fans looking for a unique concert experience out of town.

Also on the line up are the world’s finest purveyors of post-punk Cretan folk Xylouris White, the incandescent Cash Savage and the Last Drinks, UK’s desert-blues rock goddess Z-Star Delta, the one and only trumpet-playing vocalist and all-around raconteur from The Cat Empire - Harry James Angus, who will be presenting his gospel production, 'Struggle with Glory', ARIA award-winning agitator and powerhouse Deborah Conway & Willy Zygier, as well as three-time ARIA award-winning guitarist Jeff Lang.

In addition heading to Bendigo next April are folk-turned pop singer Laura Jean, psychedelic folk four-piece Tiny Ruins (NZ), sub-tropical boogie poet Dan Kelly, the prolific songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Emily Wurramurra, indie-folk singer-songwriter Emma Russack, party favourites Saskwatch, critically acclaimed Melbourne artist Grand Salvo brings his acclaimed new album to the Capitol Theatre for an ensemble performance, Zimbabwean born R&B soul diva Thando, rock’n'roll party starters Jazz Party and Totally Mild's Elizabeth performing her new solo project.

And the list continues with Melbourne funk band channeling 1970s Nigerian Afrobeat The Seven-Ups, dreampop artist Merpire, New Zealand’s electric-blue witch-hop artist Estere, Springsteen influenced indie band from Bendigo, Fountaineer, Americana alt-rockers Madeline Leman and the Desert Swells, Alice Skye, mid-century crooner Ryan Downey, Freya Josephine Hollick, Moussa Diakite and Wassado (Mali), Arte Kanela Flamenco, Perch Creek, Lamine Sonko and the African Intelligence (Senegal), and Castlemaine locals - troubadour storyteller Archer and anthemic folk-pop outfit Felicity Cripps Band.

With more news to come shortly, early bird tickets are on sale now for a long weekend away, perfect for immersing yourself in music and arts in the charming city of Bendigo.

Tickets

 

Gold Pass (Opening Night + Fri + Sat + Sun) ADULT

$226.00

 

Gold Pass (Opening Night + Fri + Sat + Sun) YOUTH

12 to 16 years old

$78.00

 

Gold Pass (Opening Night + Fri + Sat + Sun) CHILD

5 to 11 years old

$58.00

 

Silver Pass (Fri + Sat + Sun) ADULT

$196.00

 

Silver Pass (Fri + Sat + Sun) YOUTH

12 to 16 years old

$63.00

 

Silver Pass (Fri + Sat + Sun) CHILD

5 to 11 years old

$43.00

 

Bronze Pass (Fri + Sat) ADULT

$124.00

 

Bronze Pass (Fri + Sat) YOUTH

12 to 16 years old

$48.00

 

Bronze Pass (Fri + Sat) CHILD

5 to 11 years old

$27.00

 

Bronze Pass (Fri + Sun) ADULT

$124.00

 

Bronze Pass (Fri + Sun) YOUTH

12 to 16 years old

$48.00

 

Bronze Pass (Fri + Sun) CHILD

5 to 11 years old

$27.00

 

Bronze Pass (Sat + Sun) ADULT

$135.00

 

Bronze Pass (Sat + Sun) YOUTH

12 to 16 years old

$53.00

 

Bronze Pass (Sat + Sun) CHILD

5 to 11 years old

$32.00

 

Opening Night ADULT

$61.00

 

Opening Night YOUTH

12 to 16 years old

$22.00

 

Opening Night CHILD

5 to 11 years old

$17.00

 

Friday Pass ADULT

$68.00

 

Friday Pass YOUTH

12 to 16 years old

$32.00

 

Friday Pass CHILD

5 to 11 years old

$22.00

 

Saturday Pass ADULT

$78.00

 

Saturday Pass YOUTH

12 to 16 years old

$38.00

 

Saturday Pass CHILD

5 to 11 years old

$27.00

 

Sunday Pass ADULT

$78.00

 

Sunday Pass YOUTH

12 to 16 years old

$38.00

 

Sunday Pass CHILD

5 to 11 years old

$27.00


Terms and Conditions

Bendigo Autumn Music is held in the venues of the township of Bendigo, Victoria Australia. By purchasing your ticket to the festival customers receive a wrist band that allows them access to the venues of the festival for that day / or season pass option purchased. Ticketing Wrist Band exchange locations to be announced.

Bendigo Autumn Music is a 4 day music festival with no one headliner. Tickets are sold for the combined lineup as contracted and agreed by Bendigo Autumn Music at time of publishing. Bendigo Autumn Music reserves the right to change the lineup if not at fault of Bendigo Autumn Music a contracted artist cannot perform. Bendigo Autumn Music will provide these changes immediately by way of a media release to all relevant channels. 
Refunds are not provided for tickets purchased for an individual artist change in program.

Please note:
Under 12’s must be in the company of a responsible adult at all times.
Under 18’s must be in the company of a responsible adult when attending the licensed venues.
All those attending Bendigo Autumn Music 2019 are required to comply with the legal rights and codes of each venue of the festival when attending that venue. This includes dress regulation of the licensed clubs. Festival ticket holders will be required to sign in once at each licensed venue and this will cover signing in for the duration of the festival.


This event is sold on behalf of the organisation responsible for presenting this event and is subject to the conditions applicable to that event and/or the venue where held.
All sales are final. There is no refund or exchange on tickets except as provided for under the Live Performance Australia Ticketing Code of Practice.
The right is reserved to vary advertised programmes and to add, withdraw or substitute artists as necessary.
The management reserves the right to refuse admission.
Latecomers may not be admitted until there is a convenient break in the performance.
The use of cameras or other recording devise and equipment constitutes a breach of copyright and is strictly forbidden.
Patrons must ensure all electronic devices are switched off or to silent throughout the performance.
Persons bearing a concession ticket must carry proof of entitlement.
G.S.T. included where applicable.

The authorised ticket seller for this Events listed on this website is Gotix Ticketing Services managed by Capital Venues & Events, owned and operated by the City of Greater Bendigo. From time to time we may partner with ticketing agents with an allocation of tickets being made available for sale via the Promoter, Ticketek or Ticketmaster (excluding Ticketmaster Resale). Please be aware that we have no obligation to honour tickets purchased via unauthorised re-sellers. If you attend one of our Events with a ticket purchased via an unauthorised re-seller such as Ticketmaster Resale, Viagogo, Ticketbis, eBay, Gumtree, Tickets Australia or otherwise, you may be refused entry to the Event.

More Information

1. Is the event family friendly? 

BAM is a family friendly event. Some events take place in licensed commercial venues. Youth’s and Children can attend these venues under the supervision of adult guardians only. The exception is The Tap House that is an over 18’s venue. All artists that perform at the Tap House will perform a second show on another day of the festival in an all ages venue, allowing the Youth and Children ticket holders access to all artists of the festival. 

For full program go to www.bendigoautumnmusic.com
 

2. Do I need to change my ticket over for a wristband? 

Yes, you will need to exchange your ticket or e-ticket for a wristband on the day you are attending the festival only. 

BAM Ticketing HQ location and Hours of Operation: 
Thursday April 25 - Opening Night - Ulumbarra Theatre 2pm - 9pm 
Friday April 26 - The Capital Banquet Room 1pm - 10pm 
Saturday April 27 - The Capital Banquet Room 8am - 10pm 
Sunday April 28 - The Capital Banquet Room 8am - 8pm 
 

3. What if the venue is full when there's an artists playing who I want to see? 

BAM is a wrist banded event. We sell to the capacity of the combined venues, and we do not over sell or over crowd. It’s inevitable some performances are more popular than others so get to your ‘must see’ events early to avoid disappointment. If a venue is full then there is always another great act just around the corner of across the street that will have space.