Frequently Asked Questions

Resonate is a series of live music events happening throughout the Moreland area which are supported by Moreland City Council. Resonate is funded by the Victorian Government’s On the Road Again program which is bringing live music back all over the state.

No. The Brunswick Music Festival will happen in March 2023.

No. Events will be uploaded regularly over the duration of Resonate. Check the website regularly and follow the Brunswick Music Festival social media for updates and news.

The Resonate program runs from August to December 2022.

At this stage Resonate is a one-off series of events and will only happen August to December in 2022.

There is no Resonate app, but the website works great on phones and devices and has excellent event information –

Resonate includes a mixture of excellent free events that can be enjoyed by everyone as well as ticketed concerts. Check the event listings on the website for details. You can search for free events by checking the ‘free’ filter on the homepage.

Any event that is listed on the website will include any relevant ticketing information and booking links.

Each event is unique and will include their own ticketing framework. Check the event listing for ticketing and any discount information.

Access information is for each space is available here

Where possible any events that cannot proceed on their planned date will proceed at a later date. Please check with care the cancellation or postponement conditions of any tickets before you purchase them.

At this stage we are not taking on any volunteers for this program.

The Coburg Night Market will run as part of the Resonate program in 2022. You can express interest in having a stall at the Coburg Night Market by filling in the forms here – Coburg Night Market (

The selection of events ran earlier in 2022 and has been confirmed. Other events will be managed by the Moreland City Council team, and you can follow our social media to find out more.

Resonate events and venues comply with current Victorian Government COVID-19 health and safety guidelines. You can find out more about keeping COVID safe here – Coronavirus (COVID-19) Victoria | Coronavirus Victoria.

Each of has a responsibility to ensure we can enjoy events safely. If you are attending live music events you should be doing the following:

  • Do a symptom self-assessment prior to leaving home and not attend if you are unwell or have been instructed to isolate or quarantine.
  • If you are in isolation or quarantine for being a close contact or are waiting on a test result, please stay home and follow DHHS advice low DHHS advice
    Maintain at least 1.5m physical distance between those from other groups at all times.
  • Minimise movement and must stay seated where practical.
  • Wear a face covering (recommended), observe cough etiquette and personal hygiene measures. Mask wearing has been an effective measure in preventing transmission of the COVID-19 virus. The State Government continues to recommend wearing masks, including in indoor settings. Whilst this requirement is not mandatory, we do know that wearing a mask properly can reduce the risk of COVID transmission significantly
    Use hand sanitiser stations where provided.
  • Follow any instructions by event staff in relation to COVID-safe practices.

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