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Music news from lutruwita/Tasmania, including events, industry information, grants, opportunities, new music, and gigs.

September 2022

People walking into Fortitude Valley Mall, below a BIGSOUND Banner with streamers and rainbow colours
Professional Development
BIGSOUND 2022: Tessa Lee's Experience

"It feels like a cataclysmic event for me. I will never be the same."

BIGSOUND 2022: Tessa Lee's Experience
Picture of Joe in mask, black t-shirt in front of the library room at MONA
Professional Development
BIGSOUND 2022: Joe / Dumaresq's Experience

"People in the music industry are uncommonly giving with their time.

BIGSOUND 2022: Joe / Dumaresq's Experience
Live Performance Support Fund

The Albanese Labor Government have announced a Covid-19 Live Performance Support Fund for events such as concerts, festivals and plays.

Live Performance Support Fund
Hobart Leading the Way in Entertainment Establishment Growth

Few sectors were hit harder than arts, entertainment and hospitality during the last few years.  The Council of Capital City Lord Mayors released a new report on Wednesday September 21, that gives evidence the industry is bouncing back, and Hobart is leading the way.

Hobart Leading the Way in Entertainment Establishment Growth

Music Tasmania acknowledges Tasmanian Aboriginal people as the traditional owners of this island, lutruwita (Tasmania). We pay our respects to elders past and present and acknowledge traditional peoples' connection to country. We respect the traditions and customs of the Aboriginal people of lutruwita, who remain the custodians of these lands.