The first parties of Melbourne Music Week 2017 have been announced, featuring Alexander Nut & Fatima, Harvey Sutherland & Bermuda and more.
Each year the festival takes over some unconventional locations around the city, including the State Library and a disused hospital in the past two years, and plenty of secrets still remain on the agenda - including this year's hub.
But so far, ZOO featuring Australian rapper Briggs, Alexander Nut & Fatima and AFTA-1 will take over Section 8 and Ferdydurke on November 25.
The Age Music Victoria Awards after party will be headlined by Harvey Sutherland & Bermuda at 170 Russell on November 22.
And Miscellanea will showcase locals including friendships (pictured), HTMLflowers and CORIN across six rooms at the Melbourne Town Hall on November 19
The full program will be unveiled on October 17. Melbourne Music Week takes place from November 17-25. Head here for more information and tickets.
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