Discover MPAC in 2024

by | Oct 20, 2023

Monash University Performing Arts Centres (MPAC) has announced a jam-packed program of events for 2024, including live music, captivating dance, premiere theatre shows and much-loved festivals. Following a stellar year of shows across multiple state-of-the-art venues, audiences can expect more world-class events for unforgettable experiences throughout 2024.

Executive Director MPAC, Paul Grabowsky AO said: “What makes MPAC so compelling as a destination for lovers of performing arts is that our venues are among the best, featuring the latest technology in theatre and sound, and our jazz club The Count’s is about the best place in greater Melbourne to experience a huge range of cool music, but that’s not the full story. We are part of a dynamic world-renowned university, so we can plug into the research and ideas that are the engine room of Monash and create unique opportunities. I think of it as serious fun.”

In 2024 MPAC’s much-loved festivals and series will be returning. Audiences can expect an extended season for Live at The Count’s – a fabulous program of jazz, soul, blues and contemporary music, produced by one of Melbourne’s most respected jazz vocalists, Chelsea Wilson, running from 21 February – 27 November, following on from its huge success this year. Audiences are welcome to arrive early and enjoy delicious food and drink at the onsite bar and bistro before the show.

The annual jam-packed school holiday festival of art and live performance Family Fiesta will return in the July school holidays. Families can soak up the lively atmosphere with captivating shows and events, making a day out of it with free babyccinos and fun for the whole family, all at low ticket prices or free.  

2024 promises to be another year brimming with shows, events and festivals, presenting wonderful experiences for all. Tickets are on sale now at

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