The five new shows – making for ten in total – will take place in St. Kilda, Castlemaine, Melbourne, Warrnambool and San Remo.
Sounds Better Together kicks off this weekend, with the first two shows happening at Surf Coast and the Yarra Valley.
Martin Pakula, Victorian Minister for Tourism, Sport and Major Events, said in a press statement that the series “will get musicians back on stage and help people enjoy a great night out, supporting communities across the state”.
“Our music industry supports thousands of jobs and injects millions into our economy,” he continued, “and we’re helping the sector get back on track.”
Tickets for every date of Sounds Better Together cost between $20 and $49.90. Tickets for the previously announced shows are already on sale and available here, while tickets for the new shows go on sale at noon on Thursday January 21.