We were delighted to be able support our live music industry leaders and artists in helping to bring Now and Forever to life in Shepparton Yorta Yorta Woka last Friday.
It was wonderful to see people from across our industry rally in support of the artists who put on a phenomenal show in front of more than 8,500 enthusiastic fans at the Shepparton Showgrounds in support of Yes in the upcoming referendum.
Congratulations, and a huge thank you, to everyone who stepped forward and played their part in a terrific industry collaboration, including the incredible teams led by our music promoter members Dion Brant (Frontier), Roger Field (Live Nation), and Tim McGregor (TEG Live).
A special shout out to Briggs who started with an idea, brought together a stellar line-up of Australian talent, and harnessed support from across the industry to put on a very special show that engaged the local Shepparton community and drew visitors from all over Victoria and interstate.
The line-up included local Shepparton talent Vince the Kid, Mo’Ju, Barkaa, Baker Boy, Paul Kelly, Jess Hitchcock, Jimmy Barnes, Mahalia Barnes, Mark Seymour, Marlon, Emma Donnovan, AB Original, and the Hilltop Hoods.
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese also attended and met with artists and concert goers.
The Polyglot team supported a Kid’s Space to promote children’s voices and creativity throughout the day. Polyglot has a long relationship with the Rumbalara Football Netball Club, where they have run different creative programs alongside home games in Shepparton for the past 8 years.
A special thanks to LPA members and supporters who also contributed their support to the success of the day, including Global Creatures, Melbourne International Comedy Festival, MCA Insurance Brokers, and Kay and Hughes Arts and Entertainment Lawyers.