“[Organisers] gave us permission to set up a testing station out the back of a tent.”
Take that, scalpers.
The Victorian State Government and its Premier, Daniel Andrews, have been accused of not paying for music which was used in a recent video promoting the state to tourists. As Fairfax Media reports, a two-and-a-half minute Visit Victoria video was uploaded to Premier Andrews’ Facebook page on Saturday, 15th August, but some viewers soon noticed
Melbourne has long been celebrated as Australia’s live music capital, and now proud Victorians want to make it number-plate-official. Two of the city’s most passionate live music advocates have launched an online campaign to get the state’s official plates changed to read ‘Victoria – The Live Music State’. Cherry Bar owner and booker James Young
Melbourne’s live music scene could take another hit from tougher noise restrictions as the state government launches a survey, calling for residents near popular entertainment strips to publicly air their grievances. Fairfax Media reports, more than 50,000 Melbourne residents who live near music venues and business precincts, will be surveyed by the Environmental Protection Agency