The committee of the In One Voice festival has monitored the rapidly changing environment that we are now in with the spread of COVID-19 virus and undertaken a risk analysis for the upcoming event, scheduled for Sunday 15th March. We are committed to the safety and wellbeing of the community, responding to advice from health authorities and given the continued spread of infection and the risks large events may pose, this year's festival has been postponed.
We thank all contributors for their efforts and understanding.
Dvora Zylberman and Joe Tigel
Co-Chairs In One Voice
The biggest celebration of Jewish Melbourne
In One Voice is the greatest celebration of Jewish culture. Expect a day of sensory overload as you walk through the sounds, taste and experiences of everything that’s Jewish in Melbourne.
Since its re-birth in 2015, In One Voice has attracted around 8000 people annually in the streets of Elsternwick.
A musical treat for the neshomeh - featuring incredible international and local acts.
'With One Aim'
Each year over 90 Jewish community groups including environmental, political, social, youth, sport, womens and cultural groups share their message to the wider Melb J-Comm!
Foodies unite! Jewish cooking demos and food competitions to make you a master chef!
Scents and flavours galore with your favourite Melbourne foodie institutions including veg & kosher options.
'With One Brush'
A combined art exhibition & competition celebrating our community's artistic talent.
Even the smallest members of our community can enjoy the fun of In One Voice and enter into their own adult-free wonderland full of fun and excitement!
A number of buses stop at Elsternwick Station including: 216, 219, 246, 603, 606 & 625
Just a stones-throw from Elsternwick Station on the Sandringham Line
Number 67 trams stop just at the end of Selwyn Street