Not-for-profit company The Seed Fund (created by John Butler and Danielle Caruana 11 years ago) have launched their first ever Pozible fundraising campaign in hopes of raising $40,000 to go towards their artist management workshops. The workshops are designed to help artists and managers get on their feet to get them to the professional standard they need to be at to survive in the music industry.
This time around, now they’ve moved over to crowd funding there is a range of rewards you can receive if you donate including a mixtape containing Airling, Tame Impala, Little May, Clare Bowditch + more, gig tickets (Hoizer, Florence + The Machine, Elton John…just to name a few), Skype PR workshop sessions, legal advice,  VIP tickets to Laneway Festival and even the highly sought after Golden Ticket that allows you access to all Australian festivals for a year.  Funds will also support The Seed’s brand new partnership with the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre Music Group and Bush Bands Business (BBBiz).

They’re also hosting a gig to raise funds with performances from John Butler, Paul Kelly, Missy Higgins, San Cisco and Emma Louise, hosted by Zan Rowe from Triple J.


Monday October 12th
Athenaeum Theatre, VIC
Tickets here