Reigniting live music for Australian communities

4 venues successful in Tas

Reigniting live music for Australian communities

The reactivation of live music across Australia is one step closer, with $2.5 million in grants to be shared by 99 venues under round three of the Australian Government’s $20 million Live Music Australia program.

Applications for round four of the program will open later this year, with funding to support venues from mid-2022 as they continue to re-establish regular programming of original live Australian music.

Tasmania

Queenstown Tasmania Heritage Tours Pty Ltd

Installation of stage lighting and an up-to-date audio console at The Paragon Theatre to host established and emerging original Australian artists in a professional environment.

$25,000

Salamanca Arts Centre

Salamanca Arts Centre launches the Founders Room Live Music Program; a diverse and inclusive live music venue which is dedicated to Australian, original music.

$35,000

St. Helens RSL Ex-servicemen's And Citizens Club Incorporated

Installation of a PA system at the St Helens RSL Ex Service and Citizens Club creating a more accessible venue to a variety of artists.

$30,000

Warren James Mason

Tin Camp Studios, a First Nations led mobile music space, ready to host live music and workshops in regional and remote communities across Australia.

$22,283