Paul Kelly, Missy Higgins among 70 musicians fighting against coal
May 01, 2019
Paul Kelly, Missy Higgins and John Butler are among more than 80 Australian musicians, venues and music industry bodies declaring a climate emergency and calling for the Australian Government to stop new coal projects,...
Melbourne International Jazz Festival goes #BYObottle!
May 31, 2018
One of the leading centres of jazz presentation in the world, The Melbourne International Jazz Festival (MIJF) has joined forces with Green Music Australia to tackle plastic pollution and phase out single-use plastic. Starting...
Young arts organisers lead the way on single-use plastic waste
April 23, 2018
A new partnership between Victorian youth music organisation, The Push, Arts Centre Melbourne and Green Music Australia is helping to reduce plastic waste at youth events, and in the process educating the next generation...
Party in the Paddock 2018 joins the War on Waste
February 13, 2018
Boutique Tassie music festival, Party in Paddock, has jumped on board #BYObottle, saying goodbye to single use water bottles as part of a growing movement to tackle plastic waste in the music industry.
Splendour punters say yes to ditching disposables
August 10, 2017
Iconic Aussie music festival, Splendour In The Grass, celebrated its 16th anniversary this year, once again welcoming thousands of fans to North Byron Parklands to enjoy a jam packed weekend of stellar acts.
Bluesfest punters unite on eliminating plastic waste
May 08, 2017
Each year, thousands of punters flock to Byron Bay to attend Bluesfest, one of Australia’s largest and most iconic music festival, now in its 28th year. This year, Green Music Australia decided to join in...