win $1,000 The People Vs. good

Ausmusic T-Shirt Day is right around the corner, so to celebrate, we’ve teamed up with THE PEOPLE Vs. for your chance to score $1000 off their excellent costume.

LE PEUPLE Vs. is inspired by the streets and those who occupy them, and deeply rooted in music and art. They create vintage-inspired pieces designed to be beaten. Their men’s and women’s ranges include jackets, swim shorts, dresses, bags and more – they even have a nice selection of genuine vintage band merchandise.

Sydney natives, THE PEOPLE Vs. spent the early years roaming flea markets, in a devoted hunt for silhouettes. They have since mastered the art of washing, dyeing and innovative printing techniques to develop their singular vision.

We all know the pain of browsing through Etsy, trying to find that perfect 1994 Madball shirt, only to come across a seller whipping out a mangled, stained piece of fabric for over $300.

In the spirit of Ausmusic T-Shirt Day, and to save you from burning a hole in your pocket, we’re giving a reader the chance to win a $1,000 gift card to splurge at THE PEOPLE VS.

Unfortunately, I was cursed with a conscience or else I’d be rigging the system, trying to score the correct one for myself in hopes of cutting one of their tastefully disintegrated Slipknot tees.

Ausmusic T-Shirt Day will be back on November 19th. The nationwide campaign, led by Support Act, has the dual goals of supporting Australian musos and raising much-needed funds for music workers affected by the pandemic.

Since the early days of the pandemic, Support Act has provided $22.8 million in 10,000 relief grants to live music and performing arts professionals in need, and provided support for mental health and wellness to thousands more.

A record number of musicians are on board as ambassadors for this day of Ausmusic t-shirts, including 5 Seconds of Summer, Amy Shark, Lime Cordiale, Peking Duk, The Amity Affliction, Jessica Mauboy and many more .

“While there is now light at the end of the COVID tunnel, thanks to the massive uptake of vaccinations across Australia,” comments Support Act CEO Clive Miller, “there is still a long way to go. browse before the music industry operates at pre-pandemic levels.

He continues, “We know how much the Australian community loves and misses its live music, which is why we’re asking everyone who is passionate about Australian music to support this year’s Ausmusic T-Shirt Day to help collect the funds we urgently need. continue to provide our support services to music workers in crisis.

To try your luck, simply fill out the form below which will register you for the Fashion & Beauty Observer and Live Music Watcher newsletters. That’s literally it!

Enter now for a chance to win!


Ausmusic Day Tshirt How It Works

The contest runs from October 21, 2021 at 9:00 a.m. AEDT and ends on November 19, 2021 at 9:00 a.m. AEDT. Only Australian residents are eligible.

Terms and conditions can be found here.


Competetion: We’re giving away $1000 THE PEOPLE Vs. voucher to celebrate Ausmusic t-shirt day
Participants: Only Australian residents are eligible
Registration period: Starts October 21, 2021 at 9:00 a.m. AEDT and ends November 19, 2021 at 9:00 a.m. AEDT
  1. Login to this page
  2. Fill in all required data fields on the registration form
Limit: One (1) entry per person
Price determination: The winner will be drawn
Notification: By e-mail in the week following the selection of the winners
Claim period: Within 4 weeks from the date of notification. [Note: 3 months in South Australia. Shortest claim period is 4 minutes in NSW]
Determination of unclaimed prizes: If a winner does not claim their prize within 4 weeks from the date of notification, a new winner will be chosen. The new winner will be notified by email within one week of the determination of the prize.
Price: 1 x The People Vs. voucher worth $1,000
Total prize pool value: $1,000
Prize Terms:
  1. Participants must have a fully completed Brag Observer profile
  2. Entrants agree to be subscribed to the Fashion & Beauty Observer and Live Music Observer newsletters (which are free and can be unsubscribed at any time after the competition ends).

Elizabeth J. Harless