QMusic's Annual General Meeting took place on April 16 at X CARGO in Brisbane's Fortitude Valley. The committee presented the results for 2018 with QMusic President Michael Crutcher noting that "QMusic will look back on its 24th year as another success, building on the excellent work that has been done across the last decade". Read the full report.
Riverstage has presented countless diverse and memorable shows over the years and this September will celebrate its 30th anniversary. To commemorate this milestone, they want to hear about your experiences and memories from 30 years of celebrating music and culture at this iconic venue. Take the survey or upload your digital artifacts to go into the draw to win a double pass to any gig at the Riverstage in 2019!
Australian and international artists have the rare chance to perform in front of some of the most influential figures in the international music industry by showcasing at BIGSOUND. A showcase opportunity that puts artists in front of the local, national and international music industry delegates. Applications will now close on 16th May.
For the first time in the event’s history, BIGSOUND will also be waving goodbye to its traditional conference home at the Judith Wright Centre and saying hello to Cloudland, providing expanded conference and meeting facilities right in the heart of the BIGSOUND Festival precinct.
Now in its 3rd year, BIGSOUND Tech will significantly expand opportunities and skill development for new creative tech developers. Apply by June 16 to be eligible for this exciting opportunity!
AMP’s Tomorrow Fund is once again offering $1 million in grants to amazing Australians doing great things – including musicians and music champions. Applications are open now and will close at 4pm (AEST) on Monday 27 May 2019.
Gympie Music Muster is on the search for the next big name to hit Main Stage! Muster Talent Search is open to juniors (12-17 years) and anyone over 18. Applications are open now until 11.59pm May 17.
Five incredible finalists have been announced for the 2019 Carol Lloyd Award. Sahara Beck, Ella Fence, Angharad Drake, Andrea Kirwin and Asha Jefferies are all in the running for the prestigious $15K award, presented by the Queensland Music Festival.
The Gold Coast Music Awards has unveiled 31 finalists across eight categories for its 2019 edition, a list that includes Amy Shark, San Mei, Casey Barnes, Ian Peres and Mass Sky Raid. The awards will be celebrated with an illustrious beachfront event in the iconic Surfers Paradise, 2 May.
Brisbane indie-pop up and comer, and winner of a mentoring session with Gold Coast Producer Paces, Paris Irwin is getting noticed for her dreamy ethereal vocals and composition on triple j Unearthed track 'Mute Me'.
Applications open 3 May for the RADF Activate Music Grant, which supports the development of the Gold Coast’s contemporary music artists and industry. Music practitioners and industry professionals from all genres and career stages with a significant connection to the Gold Coast can apply, grant closes 31 May.