Festival No.23 is a new, electronic music and arts festival in the Macedon Ranges.
Run by the crew who brings us Let Them Eat Cake, this new style of festival certainly has us intrigued! It’s not this veterans crew first rodeo, so you know it’ll be well organised. A ‘wholesome’ festival, held at a luxury country style accomodation in the picturesque Macedon Ranges…🧐
About this Event
❈ New festival – electronic music, workshops & art
❈ 1 hr from Melbourne in the scenic Macedon Ranges
❈ Lush campgrounds with glamping options available
❈ Fresh water dam, plunge pool, tennis courts & amazing infrastructure
❈ Full amenities – hot showers, composting toilets
❈ A leave no trace event
❈ Campsite area – limited BYO
❈ Entertainment area – fully licensed
❈ Family-friendly, children under 12 free
❈ Fully insured – if canceled, patrons reimbursed
From the team
“Only an hour from Melbourne in a unique setting where camping festival meets luxury resort and a curated program of music, arts and lifestyle activities.
The festival offers a unique opportunity to connect with music, culture, nature and each other. The music program champions some of the most innovative acts on the international festival stage and a huge domestic line up over three areas.
The ultimate grown-up adventure playground, Festival No.23 celebrates indulgence while being elegantly refined. It will leave you refreshed, not ruined. Engaged, not exhausted.
WHAT’S ON OFFER
A carefully crafted line-up of exciting electronic music acts, immersive art installations, lifestyle activities and multiple food & beverage offerings. This is a step away from the traditional bush doof. Next level, new format.
Just an hours drive from Melbourne the festival offers the unique choice of onsite camping (all tickets include camping), or upgrading to a glamping or hotel room experience. Situated on 274 acres of lush Australian bush (with heavy rainfalls through mid-January), the site features a freshwater dam, plunge pool, tennis courts and an amazing hotel complex, Lancemore Macedon Ranges.
William S. Burroughs first noted the significance of the “23 enigma”. Spreading to successive counter-culture generations it has become synonymous with synchronicity, future prediction and selective perception.”