Music Victoria’s annual membership is on again now from 15th – 26th March.
The membership offers a huge range of discounts, from merchandise to rehearsals, vinyl manufacturing, airfares and accommodation, but it also ensures we can continue to advocate on behalf of our state’s incredible music scene. The membership also gives you Free entry into professional development workshops with topics such as Hearing Health and Tax Time.
Over the last 12 months, Music Victoria membership fees have helped fund the organisation to achieve significant protection and create opportunities for the state contemporary music industry.
Members who sign up or renew during the drive will benefit from discounts from eight new music businesses:
Beat Magazine discounts on advertising rates
Tone Deaf 10% off advertising rates
Sensaphonics 10% off musicians earplugs
Too Far Gone screen printing 10% orders on Gilden shirt orders > 50
Greville Records discount
Polyester Records 10% discount with cash, 5% with card payments (excludes gift vouchers + tickets)
Spotted Mallard 10% off food + drinks, 10% off band bookings + free WiFi for band meetings
St Jerome’s – The Hotel 10% off your stay
By Signing up or renewing you will go into the running to win over $5000 worth of prizes including:
Acoustic guitar signed by our wonderful drive ambassadors + starter pack including tuner, strings, capo and more
One nights’ accommodation for two at St. Jerome’s – The Hotel in a Luxe Plus tent.
5 rehearsals at Wick Studios
Forte Mag advertising pack
White Sky Accounting 1 hour consultation
Double pass to Face the Music
Mountain Goat and Dixon’s Creek Estate Wine party packs
Sailor Jerry merch pack
Vouchers for Polyester Records and Greville Records
Free tix and food vouchers to The Corner, Northcote Social Club, Boney, The Toff in Town, Revolver, Bennetts Lane Jazz Club, Karova Lounge (Ballarat), The Loft (Warrnambool) and The Barwon Club Hotel (Geelong).
Double pass to LOW at Melbourne Recital Centre
Double passes to Strung out Fest, Frenzal Rhomb, Diesel, The Screaming Jets, Eagles of Death Metal and Cherry Rock Festival