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Ticketing: Moshtix for World Pride and Mardi Gras, Ticketek’s New Platform

World Pride will take place in Sydney next year, with over 500,000 people expected to attend the events.

Aussie Music Festivals Bolster State & Regional Economies

Aussie music festivals continue to pump new money into state and regional economies as the live sector begins its long-awaited rebound.

Australian Bands Benefit As Global Festivals Return

Of the 330 international music festivals announced this year, three Australian bands are in-demand.

World’s Most Remote Music Festival Calls for Volunteers

The world’s most remote music festival — which is how the July 5 –7 Birdsville Big Red Bash in outback Queensland brands itself – is calling out for volunteers.

Too Many Shows, Too Few Staff. Welcome to the Pandemic Hangover

When it rains on Australia’s live music space, it buckets down. After two years of lockdowns, cancellations and frustration, live music is roaring ahead. The wheels are spinning at full-speed, ...

‘On The Road Again’ Begins Metro Leg With Over 100 Gigs

The metro leg of the 'On The Road Again' program has swung into action, with the Victorian Govt tipping in a further $4 million.

Reclink Community Cup Gets Six-Figure Tip For Music

As Melbourne kicked off the 2022 Reclink Community Cup on Sunday, Victoria’s Andrews Labor Government made a last-minute announcement.

Live Music Sector Gets $10 Million Boost in South Australia

South Australian premier Peter Malinauskas unveiled a $10 million See It LIVE program on Sunday.

6 Music Festivals Making Good of Govt Funding

State governments are increasingly funding music festivals and events as part of post-pandemic economic recovery in a bid to drive tourism and jobs.

Queensland Government Commits $20m For ‘Music Trails’ Ahead of Olympics

With the Olympics on the horizon, Queensland’s creative community should enjoy a multi-million-dollar boost that puts music “centre-stage” when the world’s eyes are looking to these parts. ...

Brisbane Venue Blacklists Band Over Alleged Hostile Behaviour

A popular live music venue in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley has blacklisted a new band after a member allegedly made hostile remarks before allegedly assaulting staff and security. The ...

CrewCare Hires First Staffer After ‘Generous Donation’ from Cedar Mill Group (EXCLUSIVE)

A generous five-figure donation to CrewCare by entertainment and tourism precinct developer Cedar Mill Group has been put to immediate use.