Live Music Inquiry starts Monday


Live music is in real trouble, not just in Newcastle, but across all of NSW.


Members of the AHA and other industry bodies recently sat down with representatives from all three levels of government to discuss how we might protect the future of live music in Newcastle.


This discussion was part of a state-wide movement, a Parliamentary Inquiry, to look at ways which will ensure the future of live music in NSW.


The Inquiry recently called for submissions. 394 were received.


Now, at 9am on Monday, 26 March an Upper House committee made up of several members of major parties will meet to discuss those submissions and the way forward.


At 9am on Monday, 26 March an Upper House committee made up of several members of major parties will meet to discuss those submissions and the way forward.


The meeting will be webcast from 9am and you can watch it HERE.


The Committee will then travel throughout the state meeting with industry bodies in Newcastle, Wollongong, Tamworth and Byron Bay over the coming months.


You can read all of the submissions HERE.


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