Count ’em, dammit.
Independent Aussie music and entertainment group Mushroom is set to host yet another free BIGSOUND pre-party, complete with free drinks, free snacks, and sets from the likes of rock sisters Stonefield, rising Melbourne duo Slum Sociable and even some I OH YOU DJs. Mushroom Group’s BIGSOUND 2015 Free For All pre-party is going down at
Australian music giant Mushroom Group and Frontier Touring have announced their first ever live music Boxing Day sale, offering punters discounted concert tickets to some of 2015’s biggest tours and festivals as well as extra tickets for previously sold out shows by Ed Sheeran and Sam Smith. Kicking off at 8am on Boxing Day, Friday
In the lead up to the Victorian state election, the ALP have teamed up with Australian music industry giants to launch their party’s music platform, pledging $22.2 million towards strengthening the local rock music industry. As reported by TheMusic, State Opposition leader Daniel Andrews and Shadow Minister Of Arts And Youth Affairs Martin Foley today
After taking a year off in 2014, Melbourne-based music and arts festival Sugar Mountain has confirmed its triumphant 2015 return, and will occupy the date typically reserved for the Big Day Out weekend in Melbourne. Taking to Facebook this morning, the event organisers announced the boutique festival will be held in Melbourne on Saturday, 24th
The team behind Melbourne’s boutique music and arts festival, Sugar Mountain, have been quietly working behind the scenes and are now ready to announce their triumphant 2014 return at an exciting new location as well as a brand-new partnership with Mushroom Group. Full 2014 festival details, including the new location, will be announced early in
Future Music Festival 2014 lineup coming mid-September!
This year will mark the dawn of a new age for The Mushroom Group, teasing “a new Mushroom is sprouting” on their website, and announcing today that they will be ageing in style – to celebrate their birthday week this year, the cats from Mushroom have announced their Free For All, a totally free gig