Ausmusic T-Shirt Day returns on November 19

Ausmusic T-Shirt Day returns on November 19th!

Backed by some of the biggest names in Australian music including Paul Kelly, Jon Stevens, Powderfinger, Lime Cordiale and Neil Finn. We celebrate All Ausmusic on the annual fundraising fun and awareness day that music workers urgently need in crisis due to the devastating effects of COVID-19 or an issue preventing them from to work.

Over the past 18 months, the Support Act has committed $ 22.8 million in the form of 10,000 relief grants to music and performing arts workers in need, and has provided mental health support. and well-being to thousands more through its mental health programs and hotline. But with the bottlenecks and restrictions still in place, more support is needed.

A record number of Ausmusic T-Shirt Day Ambassadors have put their names behind this year’s campaign, including Amity Affliction, Amy Shark, The OG Wiggles, The Teskey Brothers and Travis Collins among hundreds of other artists championing the day. on social networks.

Music lovers across Australia can support the campaign in one of three easy ways:

1. Buy an Ausmusic t-shirt
2. Team fundraising with work / school / friends / family
3. Make a donation to support the law

Participants are invited to share their love for the Ausmusic t-shirt by posting to their favorite social media platforms including YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and TikTok, using the hashtag #ausmusictshirtday and tagging Support Act, Triple M and ARIA.

Other fantastic Australian artists have created this year’s line of limited edition premium t-shirts including Keith Urban, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Lime Cordiale, Paul Kelly, Powderfinger, Spacey Jane, Tame Impala and the Australian honorary, Ed Sheeran, with 100 percent of the net proceeds going to Support Law.

For more information on Ausmusic T-Shirt Day, including information on how to set up a team to raise funds, purchase an Ausmusic T-shirt, and ways to donate, click here

For more information about the Support Act and its services, including crisis relief, mental health resources and programs, visit supportact.org.au. For the wellness helpline, call 1800 959 500.

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Elizabeth J. Harless