New party policies from Keep Sydney Open have addressed growing concerns around music festival regulations and live music investment, ahead of the NSW state election on March 23rd.
The campaign comes as a reaction to “overbearing regulation, exorbitant police bills, a lack of respect for NSW businesses, and very little recognition of the significant positive impacts of music on our communities”.
MusicNSW has launched a number of resources to help music lovers and the industry understand the current political situation in NSW and #VoteMusic on March 23!
Held in Redfern, Wollongong, Newcastle, Parramatta and Katoomba, these workshops will help first-time grant writers understand the requirements of government grants.
Under 25 and love music? Help shape the future of the music industry!
MusicNSW is stoked to support these awesome all-ages music events across the state!
A live music census and an overhaul of liquor license restrictions are among NSW Labor’s plans to address the live music crisis.
It’s been a huge year for MusicNSW, and 2019 is already looking to be even bigger.
The NSW Labor party yesterday announced their support for the 60 recommendations outlined in the Parliamentary Inquiry report released last month.
MusicNSW is on the lookout for a young gun to help develop and lead a committee of the next generation of NSW’s music industry.