International Festival of Language and Culture will be held in Melbourne on October 26th 2019 at Melbourne’s new landmark : Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
Amazing talents from all over the world will be performing just for our Melbourne audience.
Young talents from 12 different countries will be performing at IFLC Melbourne in 2019.
IFLC Melbourne promises an unforgettable evening for those who celebrate diversity and multiculturalism in Australia.
See the Performances from previous years
The International Festival of Language and Culture brings together magnificent talents from allover the world.
What could be a better venue than Melbourne’s landmark the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre?
IFLC Melbourne promises to be a memorable evening of celebration of diversity.
Our young talents from all over the world, will be performing some amazing songs representing their culture.
You’ll find it irresistible to join the folk dance groups from different countries with their exotic moves.
Experience South Wharf, one of Melbourne’s best locations in the heart of Melbourne CBD.
The gateway to Australia, cosmopolitan Sydney is one of the world’s most vibrant, innovative and beautiful destinations.
ICC Sydney is Asia Pacific’s premier integrated convention, exhibition and entertainment precinct, underlining Sydney’s place as one of the world’s most desirable meeting and event destinations and providing the ideal platform to collaborate and innovate.
BY CAR: If you’re being dropped off at the Exhibition Centre, our Clarendon Street entrance is the closest entrance. If you’re getting a lift to the Convention Centre, the entrance near DFO is the closest drop off point. If you’re driving in, our Exhibition Centre car park can be accessed via Normanby Road.
BY BUS: From Monday to Friday, bus route 237 goes via Southern Cross Station to Lorimer Street, which is roughly a five-minute walk to MCEC. For bus timetables or further trip planning, use Public Transport Victoria’s Journey Planner.
BY TRAIN: Our closest station is Southern Cross. Once you exit the station, you can catch the 96, 109 or 12 tram routes and arrive at MCEC in just a few stops. For train timetables or further trip planning, use Public Transport Victoria’s Journey Planner.
BY TRAM: Tram routes 96, 109 and 12 (Stop 124A Casino/MCEC) will all take you to our Clarendon Street entrance. Otherwise, tram routes 70, 75 and the City Circle (Stop D5) take you to Flinders Street. From there, it’s just a short walk up Clarendon Street until you reach us. For tram timetables or further trip planning, use Public Transport Victoria’s Journey Planner.
As a proud multicultural society, Australia is honoured to once again host this major international event.
I am sure that this Festival will bring the colours of the world to life and help promote the understanding that is so important to our future together.
Celebrations such as the International Festival of Language and Culture are a powerful reminder that we are greatly enriched by this diversity.
As you gather for this year’s event, I wish you, your family and friends, an enjoyable festival.
The rich cultures and unique histories of our global society are brought to life through mesmerizing dance and captivating performance. In demonstrating the traditions that make your heritages special, festivals like this one allow us to bear witness to the ways hope and beauty stem from songs of inclusion. Your efforts to unite young people from across the globe reflect the power our common humanity has to transcend what sets up apart.