Bethany Cosentino has become an important and outspoken artist voice. As well as writing some of the best indie anthems of the last decade, she has also lent her voice, speaking out against sexism and sexual assault, sharing her journey to sobriety and struggle with insomnia.
Vivien Goldman has had an incredible journey through the music industry, working as a journalist in the UK on publications such as NME, Sounds and Melody Maker, hosting on pirate radio, working in labels as Bob Marley’s first publicist, becoming an artist herself as part of 80s new-wave duo Chantage and finally becoming an acclaimed author, with her latest book Revenge of the She-Punks chronicling female voices across the punk movement.
Sahara Herald has been a staple of the live music industry for decades, with eighteen years as National Event Co-ordinator of the Big Day Out before moving to Mushroom Group’s Frontier Touring where she was appointed Tour Director in 2018, being integral in the success of record breaking tours such as Troye Sivan, Lorde, The Killers, Paul Kelly, Shawn Mendes, Midnight Oil and Sam Smith.
Mojo Juju is one of Australia’s most important artist voices who takes us on her journey of self-discovery and storytelling through music and breaking through in 2018 with her triple-ARIA nominated album Native Tongue.
Rainbow Pass holders will get more bang for their buck than ever at BIGSOUND 2019, including a record market, parties and even more live music. Check out all the new events your festival wristband will give you access to at #BIGSOUND19!
For the first time at BIGSOUND 2019 the Industry Connect Bubble will give new and emerging artists and aspiring industry workers an opportunity to chat one on one with publicists, managers and artists. Register now!
The carnival is coming to town for 4ZZZ Radiothon! From Friday, August 9th to Sunday, August 18th, subscribing to 4ZZZ will land you in the running to win some amazing prizes, including a Musicians Prize of 4 x BIGSOUND Purple Passes!
The Seed Fund Future Makers Workshop is back for 2020, offering a chance for artists and managers to examine the mechanics of their operation. Up to 30 positions available with transport, accommodation and meals provided. Applications close 15 Sept.