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We are thrilled to announce that the Live Music Office will coordinate a series of multi-venue live music events in Western Sydney using its Live and Local model. These events are great news for Western Sydney musicians, venues and local audiences, and are set to take place over the next two years and will be coordinated by local councils.

Through ArtsNSW, the State Government has committed $250,000 to the project, and 100% of this funding will go to the local musicians, venues and technicians working on the events.

This creates a fantastic opportunity for Western Sydney artists, so we are putting together a database of artists wishing to make themselves available for programming by the councils for these Live and Local events.

For more information, please contact:
Damian Cunningham, Audience & Sector Development Director, Live Music Office
damian@livemusicoffice.com.au | +612 9935 7990

If you’re keen to be involved, please let us know by filling out this quick form using the link below:

Link: https://form.jotform.co/form/63009547676868

 

 

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