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Music in Melbourne
Melbourne hosts 62,000 live concerts annually, making it one of the world's live music capitals. The city hosts more than three times the national average of live performances in the country. Melbourne also has many more music venues and halls than the most famous cities in the world. Among the most famous halls of this city are Esplanade Hotel, MCG, Docklands Stadium, Rad Live Arena, Hisense Arena, Palace, Victoria Arts Center, Corner Hotel, etc. Some of the most famous music festivals such as Melbourne Music Week, Melbourne Festival, Future Music Festival, Melbourne Marginal Festival, Big Day, Lane Way St. Jerome Festival, St. Kilda Festival, Melbourne Jazz Festival, etc. are held in this city, which attracts many tourists every year. Kylie Minogue, Vance Joy, Tina Arena, Nick Q, John Farnham, Gotti, Olivia Newton-John, etc. are just a few of the musicians in this city.
Music in Melbourne
A study by Music Victoria shows that Melbourne hosts 62,000 live concerts a year, making it one of the world's live music capitals. Melbourne has more live music venues per capita than any other city in the world, furthering its position as Australia's music capital. Melbourne has one live music venue for every 9,503 people. In addition, 55% of theaters reported an increase in audiences in 2017. The most important stadiums, concert halls, and open-air halls in Melbourne are MCG, Docklands Stadium, Sydney Mir Music Bull, Rad Live Arena, Hisense Arena, Theater Association, Melbourne Recital Center, etc. Singers such as Kylie Mingo, Tina Arena, Macy Higgins, Nick Kidd, Bad Sides, Gotti, etc. have been introduced to the world from the heart of this city. The Big Day Out Music Festival, which has been held in Melbourne every year since 1993, Melbourne Music Week, Future Music Festival, Melbourne Marginal Festival, What is the Music Festival, Big Day Festival, etc. are just a few of the most popular festivals in the city.