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The Great Australian Podcast Festival Is Coming To Melbourne This November

Nicole de Souza Nicole de Souza - Staff Writer

The Great Australian Podcast Festival Is Coming To Melbourne This November

This will be the largest podcast festival Australia has ever seen.

It seems like everyone is listening to a podcast or gearing up to start their own podcast these days. If you’re a fan, be prepared to put some faces to the names behind some of Australia’s best podcasts at the Great Australian Podcast Festival. Take off your headphones and see your favourite creators live on stage at the Palais Theatre this November.

What is it?

This Festival will celebrate all things podcasting. It’s a curated event for fans to see some of the best names in podcasting live on stage. The Festival will run on Saturday November 6 and Sunday November 7.

Watch your favourite creators perform live on stage at the Palais Theatre in St Kilda. Or, check them out in a custom-built marquee outside.

See Megan Pustetto, the voice behind Australia’s top TV and film podcast, So Dramatic! Check out Wil Anderson and Charlie Clausen, the team behind Australia’s longest running podcast TOFOP. And laugh out loud at comedians like Em Rusciano or Urzila Carlson.

What’s the line-up?

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 6

5pm – 6pm | The Little Dum Dum Club

6pm – 7pm | That’s Enough Already with Urzila Carlson

8pm – 9pm | Do Go On

9pm – 10pm | All Day Breakfast with Matt & Alex

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SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7

4.30pm – 5.30pm | TOFOP with Wil Anderson & Charlie Clausen

5.30pm – 6.30pm | Mid Flight Brawl

6.30pm – 7.30pm | So Dramatic!

7.30pm – 8.30pm | The Becky & Cam Hotline

8.30pm – 9.30pm | Emsolation with Em Rusciano

And that’s just for now. In addition to these performers, many more podcasters will be announced in the coming weeks. Keep an eye on Live Nation for the full line-up.

Enjoy yourself at the inaugural Great Australian Podcast Festival and book your tickets here.

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