• music

8 February 2019

The latest round of the Music Works – Good Music Neighbours program, which provides support to live music venues to undertake noise management projects, is now accepting applications.

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The 'Good Music Neighbours' program offers matched funding of up to $25,000 to help live music venues manage sound in their venue and keep up to date with local noise regulations. Projects including acoustic insulation, heavy drapes, double-glazing windows or hiring an acoustic consultant to undertake a review are just a few examples of eligible proposals.

So far, the Good Music Neighbours program has supported more than 80 venues including inner-city live music icons The Corner, The Espy and The Tote Hotel, regional music hotspots as well as readying venues to host live music for the first time.

Applications for this round are now open and will close 5pm, 7 March.

The Good Neighbours program is part of the Music Works initiative.