Rohan Browne and Caroline O'connor chat all things The Boy from Oz ahead of its Melbourne opening
We are missing live music just as much as you are – that’s why we’re bringing together some of our favourite local musicians for Together Fest.
With the sudden cancellation of live shows, there are a stack of incredible musicians and their incredible teams – from roadies to sound techs, managers, publicists, it takes an army to bring music to you every night – are looking at an indefinite amount of time without consistent work.
That’s where the incredible team at Support Act step in. You might have heard about their Sound of Silence campaign (read about it here) but they are already doing incredible things to support our industry as a whole.
We also know that the current social distancing and isolation can be really hard for everyone, so at Ticketmaster HQ we wanted to find a way to bring everyone together for an afternoon to share something that we love, and are so grateful to have in abundance – live music.
We’ve seen a lot of incredible unity and solidarity being displayed across the country at large in the last few weeks, and in such a trying time coming together is so important.
This Tuesday 31 March, we will be bringing you sets from some of our favourite local musicians. From wherever they are bunkering down – in their loungerooms, bedrooms, gardens, or studios, they’ll be bringing us a sweet little set streamed to you live over on Ticketmaster’s Facebook Page.
This is a time for us to come together, listen to great music, and support some incredible musicians. The best bit – you can watch it all from the comfort of your laptop, computer, or phone.
We will bring the full lineup and set times to you in the coming days. Keep an eye on the Together Fest Facebook event for all the juicy updates.
We’ll see you wherever you are this Tuesday.
Together Fest will take place in your lounge room, via Facebook Live, this Tuesday 31 March. Keep updated via our Facebook Page.