JEWISH MUSIC BEYOND BELIEF


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WHAT IS ALL THIS SHIR MADNESS ABOUT?

Shir Madness Jewish Music Festival Melbourne is a one-day music event
to be held on Sunday September 6, 2015 showcasing and celebrating the very best of Jewish music and Jewish performers from Melbourne, interstate and overseas.
Around 30 acts on 5 stages at The Classic Cinemas, Kadimah Hall & a marquee in Selwyn St. One ticket gets you into the festival, all acts, all stages. Come & go as you please. Please click terms at the bottom of the page for more information.

Buy Tickets

VIP Gold Pass

VIP access including premium seating for the main concert, guaranteed seating for 2 performances of your choice* and access to the VIP lounge. Pre-Festival Online Ticket Price will be $150 (if any VIP passes remain available).

$110 Strictly limited to 120 people. No VIP passes will be sold on the day of the Festival. Buy Now

Early Bird Ticket

Be quick - we have a limited number of early bird tickets available now. Pre-Festival Online Ticket Price will be $66. Tickets sold on the day of the Festival will be $77.

$55 Children under 12 accompanying a paying adult receive free entry (max 2 per paying adult) Buy Now

Early Bird – Concession

Be quick - we have a limited number of early bird tickets available for children under 18, full-time students with current student card, and registered Health Care Card concession holders. Pre-Festival Online Ticket Price will be $44. Tickets sold on the day of the Festival will be $55.

$33 Proof of concession will be required upon entry Buy Now

Updates

1 Day - 5 Stages - 30 Acts - 9 Hours

Festival Map

Sunday September 6th 2015

Support Us

Countdown to 6 September

We Thank Our Supporters

Government Partners

Australia Council

Australia Council

   

Australia Council

Donors

Bardas Foundation

Bardas Foundation

Pratt Foundation

Pratt Foundation

Pratt Foundation
Besen Family Foundation

Besen Family Foundation

Besen Family Foundation

Media Partner

The Shtick

The Shtick

The Shtick
J-Air

J-Air

J-Air
Australian Jewish News

Australian Jewish News

Australian Jewish News