13 January 2021
Victoria’s prized music industry will receive a mighty boost with announcement of almost of $8 million in grants and more support on its way to continue the industry’s recovery and reactivation.
Grants through the Victorian Music Industry Recovery Program will back 133 Victorian music businesses and artists with funding totalling almost $3 million. This is set to support almost 5,000 jobs across the music industry which has been hard hit by the pandemic.
Grants will help produce COVIDSafe events, support the creation of new music, activity at live music venues, state-wide tours, business development opportunities and digital initiatives.
Projects range from live events, such as indie promoter Penny Drop’s 10-day series at Malthouse Outdoor, to livestream events from the likes of DJs Vinyl Vixens; and new work by Isaiah Firebrace, Ella Hooper and many more.
Over $5 million in grants will be invested in live music venues, as part the Victorian Live Music Venues program, supporting 68 music venues to withstand and respond to the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic and resulting closures and restrictions.
Supported venues included Melbourne’s Cherry Bar, Revolver Upstairs and Section 8, and regional venues like Gee-long’s Barwon Club Hotel, Hepburn’s Palais, Torquay Hotel, the Guilford Hotel and Bendigo’s Golden Vine Hotel.
The Victorian Government’s commitment to the recovery of the industry continues with more than $2.5 million to sup-port next round of Music Works grants which will open for applications on 29 January and close on 15 February. This will include a dedicated stream to support live music activity in regional and outer-metropolitan Victoria.
Since the pandemic was declared less than a year ago, the Victorian Government has provided close to $25 million in dedicated support to Victoria’s music industry.
A full recipient list appears below.
Find out more about the upcoming Music Works – Major Funding rounds
MUSIC INDUSTRY RECOVERY PROGRAM
AboveProof Pty Ltd, FITZROY, $15,000
Creation of COVIDSafe Plan ChatBot, an automated computer 'chat bot' program that simulates human conversation to help major events and music venues develop COVIDSafe plans in a simple, streamlined way.
Albatross Backline, NORTH GEELONG, $9,600
Development of a series of online tutorials teaching basic music practices, including backline workshops, instrument set-up and equipment maintenance for musicians, artists and industry professionals.
Alexandra Kolac (Xani), BRUNSWICK, $7,247
Creative development to create and deliver new music using violin, voice and electronics via Twitch.
Allara Pattison, PRESTON, $38,440
Development of a new work by Allara Pattison exploring sovereign language to be performed at Melbourne Recital Centre.
Andrew Hehir, NORTHCOTE, $35,668
Delivery of Diversity in the Mix, a program providing skills and career development to three established and emerging audio engineers.
Anna Jacobs, FITZROY NORTH, $4,178
Professional development activities, including a 10-week part-time Digital Marketing course and a half-day Business Continuity and Reputation Risk short course, to build new skills for the changing music industry environment post COVID-19.
Applejack Music, CASTLEMAINE, $14,425
Research, develop and launch a new digital advertising business which will offer educational resources and consultancy for artists.
Arts Access Victoria on behalf of Anna C Madden, FITZROY, $11,100
Development and presentation of I Am Woman, an online exhibition of live music photography focusing on women in live music by Anna C Madden.
Arts Access Victoria on behalf of Dut Garang, MANOR LAKES, $31,389
Professional development and production of SADBOY’s 5-track EP.
Arts Access Victoria on behalf of Gerry Smith, SPRINGVALE SOUTH, $36,035
Presentation of COVIDSafe performances to residents at assisted living facilities.
Arts Access Victoria on behalf of Jeremy Hopkins, THORNBURY, $23,291
Writing, recording and release of the artist's debut album.
Arts Access Victoria on behalf of Naima Fine, FITZROY NORTH, $34,125
Creative development and presentation of Vantage Points, an online concert combining music with spoken word.
Arts Access Victoria on behalf of Robert Croft, MANIFOLD HEIGHTS, $15,134
Creation of a new digital album, a "making of" short video documentary of the process and a pre-recorded live performance.
Auspicious Arts Projects on behalf of Benjamin Giraud, ABBOTSFORD, $24,066
Creative development of Q+ event, an inclusive, multi-artform event celebrating the LGBTQIA+ experience through music, visual arts and live performance and highlighting the rich and diverse Queer communities in regional Victoria.
Auspicious Arts Projects on behalf of Woody Clark, WARBURTON, $38,763
Support for commercialising Woody's Ukulele School, including professional and business development; delivery of new video and audio content; and new audience growth and engagement strategies that harness online platforms and play-along concerts.
Australian Art Orchestra, NEWPORT, $50,000
To support From Stage to Digital Space, a new business model with live streamed stage events and audio recordings to increase access and generate new revenue streams to financially support artists, by the Australian Art Orchestra.
Bananagun c.o Nick Van Bakel, DAYLESFORD, $15,000
Recording and release of Bananagun’s second album as well as the production of video assets and audio-visual material to support the release.
Barney McAll, COBURG NORTH, $15,700
Development, production and release of an online album of songs, in collaboration with Australian vocalists and lyricists.
Beatrice Lewis, BRUNSWICK WEST, $20,000
Production and promotion of Beatrice Lewis’s debut album and music video.
Benjamin Tass, THOMASTOWN, $10,000
Creation of a series of DJ recordings as well as professional development in producing.
Beyond The Valley, CREMORNE, $49,890
Professional development opportunities for Beyond the Valley staff and directors.
Broden Tyrrell, WEST FOOTSCRAY, $15,000
Writing, recording and release of Broden Tyrrell’s new album.
By The Meadow, IRREWARRA, $38,000
Development of a livestream festival to be presented alongside the in-person festival, Meadow Music Festival 2021.
Callum Watson, TORQUAY, $8,595
Development and presentation of Geelong Jazz Soirees Summer Sessions, a series of live streamed improvised jazz music by the artist.
Cara Williams, PASCOE VALE SOUTH, $15,700
Development of Slow Clap Creative Connector web portal, an online portal that connects Victorian artists with creative freelancers to develop campaign assets and creative content for promotional campaigns.
Carla Troiano, WINDSOR, $20,000
Record and create digital assets to promote Carla Troiano’s debut album.
Cash Savage and The Last Drinks, PORT ALBERT, $16,730
Recording of the band's fifth studio album, a project that will offer paid work opportunities for artists and contractors.
Catherine Haridy, THORNBURY, $5,250
Undertaking the Executive Colloquium through the Cranlana Centre for Ethical Leadership at Monash University.
Chelsea Wilson, PRESTON, $21,500
Development of 10 new recordings, video content and marketing assets to celebrate Women of Soul’s 10 year anniversary.
Chris Maunders, PRESTON, $24,083
Support for music school Harp's a Breeze to transition to online learning, including producing 16 interactive online tutorials and printed learning materials for students to follow.
Culture Common, NORTH MELBOURNE, $48,011
Development of a feasibility study, business case and design process for a new system that will adapt and apply renewable energy technology for the live music industry to eliminate reliance on diesel generators and transition to net zero emissions.
David Bridie, THORNBURY, $15,000
Development and recording of Reverie, a new album overlaid with spoken word pieces, co-written and performed by a selection of artists and others from diverse communities and backgrounds.
Eliza Hull, CASTLEMAINE, $18,600
Creative development and production of FIVE, a new EP and an online streamed show.
Elizabeth Welsh, CASTLEMAINE, $14,989
Creation and delivery of The Majesty of All Things, a new one-hour work to be presented at Melbourne Recital Centre and Theatre Royal by Outlier.
Ella Hooper, VIOLET TOWN, $10,800
Production of digital assets to accompany the release of Ella Hooper’s new solo album, Small Town Temple.
Fem Belling, PRESTON, $32,007
Creation and delivery of The Bandwagon, an outdoor pop-up live music venue.
Gabrielle Nolan, CAULFIELD NORTH, $39,935
Gender non-confirming DJ collective Vinyl Vixens deliver a series of unique livestreamed sessions at venues across Melbourne.
GAP Events Pty Ltd, LEXTON, $39,999
Delivery of Rainbow Serpent Festival - Conscious Streaming, a one-day live stream broadcast direct from the festival's permanent site in regional Victoria.
Gaytimes Festival, CLIFTON HILL, $23,350
Business and professional development opportunities for staff of Gaytimes Festival.
Gena Rose Bruce, EAST MELBOURNE, $9,155
Recording and mixing of the forthcoming studio album from Gena Rose Bruce, to be recorded at Soundpark Studio and mixed at Headgap Studio.
Geoffrey O'Connor, BRUNSWICK, $9,000
Recording of a ten-song album featuring strings, electronic percussion, choral vocals, piano and sound design to be recorded at Fallback Studios, mastered by David Walker and released by Chapter Music.
Giuliano Ferla, NORTHCOTE, $10,650
Recording of Personal Hotspot, a second album from band FERLA.
Gravemind, PRAHRAN, $19,218
Creation, production and promotion of Introsphere, the band's second album.
GRID Series, BRUNSWICK, $50,000
Delivery of GRID Series 2021 - Transmission Outer South East, an professional development program for outer suburban artists that includes mentoring and the development of new content.
Hachiku, NORTHCOTE, $5,350
Tour of Hachiku’s debut LP to be presented across eight Victorian venues and documented by videographer, Marcelle Bradbeer.
Hannah Acfield, THORNBURY, $27,499
Recording, release, virtual launch and promotion of Hannah's new album.
Holly Thomas, HARCOURT, $14,347
Delivery of Cloudbusting, a series of curated events featuring intimate, unplugged live performances at Hardcourt Valley Winery.
Isaiah Firebrace, MENTONE, $39,973
Delivery of free online concerts across Victoria, including a series of music workshops for eight First Peoples communities.
Jade McInally, NORTHCOTE, $18,330
Recording and filming of an album to be filmed live at the Fairfield Amphitheatre, featuring contributions from local visual-artists.
JALGANY, RYE, $20,000
Launch and promotion of Red Dust Salt Water EP, and the career development of Nola Lauch.
Jen Cloher, THORNBURY, $7,100
Delivery of I Manage Music Masterclasses, a three-part series of online career development masterclasses for self-managed musicians at varying career stages, featuring case study discussions with high profile artists and their teams.
Jess Fairfax, WARRANDYTE, $15,000
Delivery of Nhatty Man and Solomon Sisay Live on Screen, a series of five bi-monthly live streamed performances featuring Melbourne-based Ethiopian musicians Nhatty Man and Solomon Sisay.
Joshua Batten, BRIGHTON EAST, $22,000
Development and production of Joshua Batten’s new album.
Kate Lucas/Coda Chroma, COBURG NORTH, $10,000
Development of the orchestral arrangement and remote recording, mixing and mastering of Coda Chroma’s third album.
Kiernan Ironfield, FITZROY NORTH, $34,150
Development and presentation of Yidaki Connection, an arrangement of three 20-minute Yidaki and multimedia pieces.
Koorie Engagement Action Group, BALLARAT CENTRAL, $5,500
Development and presentation of a soundscape by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander musicians following the livestream of the Art Gallery of Ballarat’s Survival Day Dawn Ceremony 2021.
Koorreen Enterprises Pty Ltd, TYRENDARRA, $38,000
Development and production of Richard J Frankland’s new multi-genre album with songs in English and Gunditjmara language.
Kutcha Edwards, KYNETON, $29,220
Development and presentation of a performance blending music, songs and stories with audiovisual components by Kutcha Edwards.
Leah Senior, PRESTON, $4,800
Creation of a music film inspired by the natural world.
Linc Yow Yeh (on behalf of The Deans of Soul), MOUNT MACEDON, $12,449
Produce videos for 3-6 new music works by The Deans of Soul.
Madeline Leman, NORTHCOTE, $6,300
Development of audio-visual content and promotion for Madeline Leman & The Desert Swells’ upcoming single.
Matt Hoyne, FITZROY, $17,558
Presentation of a weekly live music program featuring young and emerging jazz musicians, culminating in a live album recording by jazz collective Emergence in partnership with Uptown Jazz Cafe.
Maurial Spearim, ST KILDA, $15,000
Development, recording and launch of Maurial Spearim’s debut album.
Maven and Muse, WINDSOR, $39,634
Undertake a 12-month professional development program by Maven and Muse.
Melbourne String Academy, MOUNT WAVERLEY, $23,842
Support for the Melbourne String Academy’s Virtual Music Connect program, where local artists perform live online events to residents of aged care facilities.
Milk Records Pty Ltd, COBURG, $4,330
Delivery of Milk Records Shopfront Series, a series of live performances from new emerging artists in person and online.
Mistletone, COBURG, $38,950
Increasing marketing capacity and releasing five albums by Victorian artists.
MMF Pty Ltd, COLLINGWOOD, $39,000
Series of professional development and mentoring opportunities for the staff of Meredith Music Festival.
Monica Jasmine McDonald, RESERVOIR, $20,000
Creative development of Monica Jasmine McDonald’s music and writing project.
Moreland City Council, COBURG, $21,000
Delivery of Sound Sessions, a two-stream professional development program for emerging First Nations and culturally diverse women and gender diverse artists and production crew, by Brunswick Music Festival.
Mullum Mullum Indigenous Gathering Place, CORYDON, $16,138
Production of Yeng Gali Mullum’s first professional album.
Multicultural Arts Victoria on behalf of Hari Sivanesan, NARRE WARREN, $17,800
Development of two new multi artform compositions by Hari Sivanesan to be presented at a showcase of South Asian performing arts, Sangam 2021.
Multicultural Arts Victoria on behalf of Oscar Jimenez, PRESTON, $21,510
Recording and release a new EP, a suite of animated music videos and innovative digital events by Amaru Tribe in collaboration with visual artist Katherine Gailer and animators Melanconnie and Jonathan Chong.
murmurmur, FITZROY, $7,350
Mastering for Moving Objects, the band's second EP, as well as producing artwork, photography and video clips to support its release.
Music in Exile, COLLINGWOOD, $50,000
Producing, distributing and marketing new works by five culturally diverse Victorian artists.
Muso – We Hear You Pty Ltd, PRAHRAN, $50,000
Development of business and market strategies aimed at providing employment opportunities for emerging and self managed musicians.
Neil Morris, COBURG, $19,000
Development and recording of Country is Song, Song is Country, a new body of work focusing on the experience of connecting to country.
Newmarket Collective, NORTH MELBOURNE, $39,100
Support to pilot a program for independent musicians and labels to record music under the guidance of expert engineers at Newmarket Studios.
Nicholas Finch, THORNBURY, $7,257
Launch and promotion of HUMANS, a collaborative recording project by Nick Finch involving the contributions of over 80 Melbourne singers and musicians.
Night and Day Entertainment Pty Ltd, BRUNSWICK, $35,000
Creation and delivery of Lockdown Sessions, a series of live streaming events and live performances, as well as the development and delivery of a long-term marketing campaign.
OK Motels, BALLARAT EAST, $24,650
Delivery of seven limited-edition, seven-inch releases by OK Motels.
Omid Shayan, PRESTON, $13,300
Creation, development and online presentation of a new set of works from jazz ensemble, SHAYAN in collaboration with electronic string duo, Melbourne Amplified Strings.
Panoramic Music, ARMADALE, $4,000
Delivery of 2021 Countertenor Concert and commissioning of new works for countertenor Hamish Gould.
Pavilion Australia, CLIFTON HILL, $47,000
Development and delivery of Out and About, a COVID-safe open-air live music and hospitality hub in Yarra Park featuring Victorian artists over 6 weeks.
Penny Drop, COLLINGWOOD, $43,500
Creative development and delivery of Penny Drop at Malthouse Melbourne Stages, a 10-day Victorian live music program to launch the brand new Malthouse outdoor and COVIDSafe venue and creative hub.
Penny O'Brien and Milly Davison, CLIFTON HILL, $11,443
Creative development of Companion, a female-led, independent record label and platform for new and emerging musicians in the underground electronic music scene, by Melbourne DJs Pjenné and Millú.
PepperHorn Music, WOODEND, $33,500
Development of publishing and licensing infrastructure that will enable independent musicians to license, market and create new revenue streams.
Peter Camilleri, COBURG, $8,762
Professional development and planning for a music streaming business.
Philly, RESERVOIR, $10,000
Presentation of Grow, a debut album launch show to be performed at Yirramboi 2021.
Pierce Brothers Pty Ltd, ELWOOD, $26,632
Regional Victorian tour, online series and promotion for the release of the Pierce Brothers’ second album.
Play On Presents, PORT FAIRY, $45,000
Presentation of Uncle Archie's Kitchen Table, a new series where emerging Aboriginal and Torres Strait songwriters and musicians from Victoria are invited to yarn with Archie Roach and share stories of song, communities and language.
Port Fairy Folk Festival Inc, PORT FAIRY, $34,892
Delivery of a series of three COVIDSafe concerts featuring nine artists.
Port Phillip City Council, ST KILDA, $30,000
Delivery of the City of Port Phillip’s First Peoples Music Toolkit, a professional development program connecting First Peoples artists with local music businesses.
Press Club, COLLINGWOOD, $5,000
Design, build and promote a new, interactive online platform for the band Press Club.
Program Records Pty Ltd, THORNBURY, $28,650
Creation and delivery of Live to Vinyl, a new initiative involving three local music businesses that will curate and produce the first events in a series of live-to-vinyl recordings made on location at a vinyl pressing plant by three bands, to be released as video, digital audio and 7-inch vinyl.
Rap An Gel Records Pty Ltd, BAIRNSDALE, $26,954
Business and professional skills development as well as the improvement of the accessibility of the studio.
Remote Control Records, ASCOT VALE, $7,940
Professional development for staff through courses and accreditation.
Rhiannon Atkinson-Howatt, BRUNSWICK, $25,120
Launch and promotion of a new single and an online Q&A event focussing on mental health.
Robert K Champion, WERRIBEE, $27,095
Creative and business development activities.
Robin Griffiths, RED HILL, $39,200
Delivery of The Cocoon Project, supporting six Victorian artists to deliver new work and develop new intellectual property aimed at reaching online audiences.
Rosie Westbrook, VENTNOR, $20,836
Creative development, recording, production and promotion of Rosie Westbrook’s album and development of online business model.
RVG, PRESTON, $15,000
Recording, mixing and mastering of RVG’s third album with producer Naomune Anzai.
Sal Kimber, WANGARATTA, $18,450
Recording and release of band The Rollin Wheel's fourth studio album, including a live stream album launch from the Cheshunt Community Hall, King Valley.
Sara Retallick, COLLINGWOOD, $18,590
Creative development, recording and release of a second studio album by Golden Syrup, featuring nine tracks and collaboration with nine diverse Victorian-based musicians.
Sarah Blaby - Plaster Of Paris band, MAIDSTONE, $18,447
Vinyl pressing and promotion for Plaster of Paris’s debut album.
Shaun Adams, OCEAN GROVE, $12,278
Professional development to create an online platform to promote tours for artists in regional Victoria.
Simmer Town, BRUNSWICK EAST, $20,000
Filming and distribution of a music clip as well as delivery of a range of supporting online marketing and publicity activities.
Sky Thomas, DOVETON, $2,000
Professional development in production and livestreaming.
Soli Tesema, CAULFIELD NORTH, $26,270
Production, launch and promotion of Project Introspection, a collaborative music project by Soli Tesema.
Stephanie Riddel, CHEWTON, $11,000
Creation of Wham Bam Caravan, a mobile, multi-purpose pop-up performance space housed in a custom refurbished 70's vintage caravan.
Sullivan Patten, BRUNSWICK EAST, $8,800
Development, production and delivery of a pilot for a short-form web series/video showcasing Victorian-based musicians.
Sunnyside, MELBOURNE, $5,430
Recording and production of Sunnyside’s EP Pass the Parcel.
Tahlia Palmer, THORNBURY, $3,430
To support Tahlia Palmer to create Amby Downs' third album on vinyl with hand drawn album artwork.
Tanzer, SOUTH YARRA, $20,000
Production and presentation of Disco Instamatic, a large-scale music video installation and original single directed by musican/director Tanzer to be presented as part of Midsumma Presents.
The Bergy Seltzer Pty Ltd, BRUNSWICK, $30,000
Delivery of The Bergy Seltzer Summer Streaming, a series of 12 socially distanced online gigs streamed live.
The Operatives, FOOTSCRAY, $30,000
Creation of Square up, a new live show incorporating a custom two-level stage design and a coordinated six-hour live show featuring a variety of artists.
The Trustee for Kool Skools Trust, HEIDELBERG WEST, $39,000
Adapting business practices to offer professional support to young emerging artists including new opportunities to learn, record and perform.
Theo Carbo, NORTHCOTE, $6,900
Recording and production of Theo Carbo’s debut album.
This Way North, YACKANDANDAH, $7,000
Recording of a debut album with engineer Jono Steer at The Perch Studio in Castlemaine.
Tim Shiel, CLIFTON HILL, $6,500
Pre-production and rehearsal for a performance set in virtual and real-life spaces by Tim Shiel and Mindy Meng Wang.
Tropical Fuck Storm, BAILIESTON, $30,700
Creation of a 90-minute feature length film comprising a combination of performance and documentary of the band recording their third studio album, to be presented as a ticketed livestream event.
Trucked Up Entertainment, ABBOTSFORD, $37,915
Launching new works by a selection of artists in three regional areas across Victoria.
UNIFIED Music Group, RICHMOND, $48,000
Presentation of The Main Stage, a free, one-day virtual conference for artists and industry professionals to present to media agencies and brands.
Velodrome Events Pty Ltd, ABBOTSFORD, $36,200
Undertaking a range of business and professional development activities to launch COVIDSafe outdoor live music venues throughout Victoria, including meeting best practise accessibility guidelines and providing support for new First Nations activity.
Victoria University, MILL PARK, $15,000
Support for David Arden to mentor young Aboriginal musicians to produce and record original music.
Westbound Productions Pty Ltd, KENSINGTON, $47,500
Delivery of Riverboats Touring, a new COVIDSafe music series staged aboard a fleet of historic paddlesteamers on the Murray River at Echuca-Moama.
Wild Thing Presents, SOUTH YARRA, $39,900
Presentation of live stream events series VIC-PROG: Live from your living room, where four artists perform to audiences around the world, presented by Wild Thing Presents.
WILSN, NORTH MELBOURNE, $14,372
Development, production and promotion of WILSN’s debut album.
Woodes, BRUNSWICK, $8,000
Creation and promotion of a seven track EP, including a live stream on Twitch over four weeks.
Woodlock Music Pty Ltd, YARRAWONGA, $7,524
Release and promotion of The Future of an End, the debut album from Woodlock, to be released with live streamed performances connecting with international audiences.
Wrangler Studios, WEST FOOTSCRAY, $10,000
Professional development for staff, contractors and volunteers through three one-day sessions run by Management Governance Australia.
Ying-Li Hooi, MAIDSTONE, $9,400
Development, recording, mixing and promotion of YL Hooi’s second album.
Yirgjhilya Lawri, LALOR, $37,500
Recording, performance and promotion the artist's debut album.
VICTORIAN LIVE MUSIC VENUES PROGRAM – Tranche 2 recipients
Barwon Club Hotel, SOUTH GEELONG
Beleura House and Garden, MORNINGTON
Beneath Driver Lane, MELBOURNE
Bird's Basement, MELBOURNE
Cactus Room, THORNBURY
Charles Weston Hotel, BRUNSWICK
Cherry Bar, MELBOURNE
Colour Nightclub, CARLTON
Deluxe Bar, MOONEE PONDS
Eddies Pool and Snooker Hall, CHELTENHAM
Edinburgh Castle Brunswick, BRUNSWICK
Geelong Bandroom, GEELONG
Glamorama Bar, FITZROY
Golden Vine, BENDIGO
Gypsy Bar Echuca, ECHUCA
Key Club, MELBOURNE
Khokolat Bar, MELBOURNE
Killing Time Bar, WINDSOR
Kindred Studios, FOOTSCRAY
La Di Da, MELBOURNE
Longplay, FITZROY NORTH
Macedon Railway Hotel, MACEDON
Metropolitan Hotel, BENDIGO
Mynt Lounge, WERRIBEE
Palais-Hepburn, HEPBURN SPRINGS
Piano Bar Ballarat, BALLARAT CENTRAL
Piano Bar Colac, COLAC
Pirates Tavern, WILLIAMSTOWN
Quality Hotel Bentinck, PORTLAND
Radar Nightclub, MELBOURNE
Radio Bar, FITZROY
Revolver Upstairs, PRAHRAN
Rye Hotel, RYE
Secret Garden, ST KILDA
Section 8, MELBOURNE
Shedshaker Brewing and the Taproom, CASTLEMAINE
Spotswood Hotel, SPOTSWOOD
Star Bar, BENDIGO
The Aireys Pub, AIREYS INLET
The B.East, BRUNSWICK EAST
The Ballarat Mechanics’ Institute, BALLARAT CENTRAL
The Carlton Hotel, MELBOURNE
The Corporate Moose, MILDURA
The Drunken Poet, WEST MELBOURNE
The Guildford Hotel, GUILDFORD
The Horn, COLLINGWOOD
The Irish Times, MELBOURNE
The Moldy Fig, BRUNSWICK EAST
The Night Cat, FITZROY
The Office Wine Bar and Lounge, MILDURA
The Osborne Rooftop and Bar, SOUTH YARRA
The Penny Black, BRUNSWICK
The Quiet Man Irish Pub, KENSINGTON
The Royal Hotel Mornington, MORNINGTON
The Spotted Mallard, BRUNSWICK
The Vine Hotel Wangaratta, NORTH WANGARATTA
The Vineyard Restaurant, ST KILDA
Thornbury Theatre, THORNBURY
Tonic Bar, BENDIGO
Torquay Hotel, TORQUAY
Transport Hotel, MELBOURNE
Union Hotel Brunswick, BRUNSWICK
Westwood Hotel, FOOTSCRAY
Workshop Bar & Café, MELBOURNE
Yarraville Club, YARRAVILLE
See the list of venues supported through tranche 1 of the Victorian Live Music Venues program.
The Esplanade Hotel, ST KILDA