Nominate Now for the 2024 Shure Rolling Stone Australia Awards
Nominations are now open for the fourth annual Rolling Stone Australia Awards, which are returning to Sydney bigger and better than ever.
The awards will take place on Tuesday, March 26th, moved from the original date of Wednesday, March 27th due to the celebration of the life of the late Michael Taylor taking place in Sydney that evening.
The 2024 Shure Rolling Stone Australia Awards will pay tribute to the year that was in music, honouring local music exports across five categories: Best Record, Best Single, Best New Artist, and the Rolling Stone Global Award. The invitation-only event is set to serve as a night of live music, unlimited drinks and a celebration of Australia’s incredible music scene.
The Rolling Stone Global Award will again be judged by Rolling Stone’s global staff members to acknowledge the Australian artist they just can’t get enough of.
At last year’s Rolling Stone Australia Awards, Tina Arena was honoured with the first-ever Rolling Stone Icon Award, while Budjerah took home Best New Artist. Later in the night, the two teamed up for a stunning performance of Arena’s 1994 hit “Chains”.
Check out highlights from the 2023 Shure Rolling Stone Australia Awards:
Spacey Jane won Best Single for “Hardlight” and Gang of Youths won Best Record for Angel in Realtime. Global Rolling Stone staff anointed Tash Sultana with the Rolling Stone Global Award, and local readers and fans gave the hotly contested Rolling Stone Readers’ Choice Award to Lime Cordiale.
Nominations are open now to all email subscribers of The Music Network at the official voting portal, with any Australian artists who have released works in the eligibility period of November 1st, 2022, to October 15th, 2023, eligible to be nominated. If you are not a current The Music Network subscriber, you can subscribe here.