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An alliance of music industry groups is taking the fight to protect live music in New South Wales to the voters for the upcoming state election!
With the NSW state election around the corner, it’s more important now than ever to make your voice heard!
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!
On March 23, 2019, the people of NSW will come together to vote for a new state government, based on a range of issues that impact our cultural and social fabric.MusicNSW believes that music is an important political issue, and we want to help you #VoteMusic by informing you on where each party stands and
As NSW goes to the polls this Saturday, it’s clear that music industry policy is a key concern for voters across metropolitan and regional NSW.
Removal of “draconian” live music venue and festival regulations and increased funding for arts and music are among the official new music policies from the NSW Greens.
NSW Opposition Leader Michael Daley and Shadow Minister for Music and the Night Time Economy John Graham have launched NSW Labor’s full contemporary music policy!
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”.