A musical November

Melbourne Music Week is set to captivate audiences from November 13-20.
More than 100 events will take place over the six-day period. Half of the events are free, which makes it even better! The majority of the artists are also Victorian.
Here are some of the events that are taking place in inner-Melbourne:

Play it Safe
A debut film from writer/director Chris Pahlow that examines a generation with endless opportunities.
8.30pm-10.30pm
Thursday, November 19
Rooftop Cinema
Free

Amy
A film that investigates the life and death of Amy Winehouse.
8.30pm-10.30pm
Tuesday, November 17
Rooftop Cinema
Free

Straight Outta Compton
A film that explores the creation of early 1990s hip-hop.
8.30pm-10.30pm
Wednesday, November 18
Rooftop Cinema
Free

Launch of the Docks Exhibition
Melbourne Library Services presents the launch of The Docks Exhibition: Melbourne’s Cultural Underground of the 90s.
6.30pm-8.30pm
Friday, November 13
Library at the Dock
Free but registration is required

Success: Liam Finn
Liam Finn will tackle the concept of success and all it entails.
7pm-8pm
Friday, November 20
Australian Centre for the Moving Image
Prices vary

Deep Leads: The Orbweavers
Deep Leads is a film presented by The Orbweavers and Berlin-based Australian artist Lucy Dyson.
7pm-8pm
Thursday, November 19
Australian Centre for the Moving Image
Prices vary
Women of Soul
Some of Australia’s finest female vocalists and songwriters will open Federation Square’s 2015 summer music series Fed Square Live.
5.30pm-7.30pm
Thursday, November 19
Federation Square
Free

Breakout
RMIT University and MMW have combined forces to present an eco-conscious performance with some of Melbourne’s best emerging artists.
3pm-7pm
Friday, November 13
RMIT University Chambers Courtyard
Free

Interwoven
Woodes and Wona Bae will transform a church into an interactive installation.
This event will be open for the duration of the festival
The Church of Bang Bang Boogaloo
Free

Reimagined Jazz
Emerging musicians will present surprise performances throughout the festival.
A variety of dates and times
Emporium Melbourne
Free

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