The Australian bushfires are nonetheless burning, however Sound Reduction is coming.
On Wednesday (Jan. 8), a number of competing live performance promoters retweeted a brand new message from the Sound Reduction web page, initially launched again in 2009 to boost much-needed cash for these affected by bushfires and floods.
Quick ahead to 2020, and fires are raging as soon as extra. Many consultants say this bushfire season is unprecedented. And once more, the music trade is doing its bit to assist.
“In response to the devastating bushfires at present sweeping throughout the nation, the Australian Music Group will band collectively as soon as once more underneath the unified banner of Sound Reduction 2020,” reads a tweet shared extensively from the Sound Reduction Australia account. “Keep tuned for extra data quickly.”
In response to the devastating bushfires at present sweeping throughout the nation, the Australian Music Group will band collectively as soon as once more underneath the unified banner of Sound Reduction 2020. Keep tuned for extra data quickly.
— Adam Stevenson pic.twitter.com/RS40CU556h
— Sound Reduction Australia (@soundreliefau) January 8, 2020
The official accounts for Reside Nation Austalasia, Michael Gudinski’s Frontier Touring and Michael Chugg’s Chugg Leisure are amongst those that circulated the message.
The unique, twin Sound Reduction live shows had been staged on the Melbourne Cricket Floor and Sydney Cricket Floor in February 2009, with Coldplay, Taylor Swift, Olivia Newton-John, Barry Gibb, Midnight Oil and plenty of others on the invoice.
Australia’s present summer season is a merciless one. The nationwide demise toll has hit 25, authorities say, as fires across the nation have scorched greater than 12 million acres of land.
A number of exhibits have already been canceled as a result of hazardous situations. Earlier this week, dwell leisure big TEG introduced the Fireplace Combat Australia fundraising live performance, by way of its TEG Dainty and TEG Reside firms. The lineup has but to be introduced for Fireplace Combat Australia, which can happen Feb. 16 at Sydney’s ANZ Stadium.
— Thanks for the unimaginable response!
— TEG DAINTY (@TEGDAINTY) January 8, 2020