This is the last chance for musicians, producers, music promoters and venues to register their interest to be part of Vivid Sydney on August 6 to 28.
In past years, Vivid Music has attracted headline acts such as The Cure, Ruel, FKA Twigs, Boy George, Wendy Matthews, Sampa the Great and Florence and the Machine performing live at venues including Sydney Opera House, Carriageworks, City Recital Hall and The Seymour Centre as part of the program.
“Vivid Sydney is our state’s flagship event, and it gives local artists, venues and our live-music industry a fantastic stage to showcase their work. Sydney is globally recognised as a city of colour, culture and creativity as a result of events like Vivid Sydney, so I would encourage industry members to register their interest to be part of this spectacular program now,” said NSW Tourism Stuart Ayres.
Vivid Music curator Stephen Ferris said that Vivid Music is an incredible event for musicians and Sydney’s night time economy.
“Vivid Music shines a global spotlight on Sydney’s nightlife, providing locals and visitors with a diverse array of experiences,” Ferris said.
“It gives venues and artists a platform to be heard, seen, and experienced by new audiences and play in venues they might not.
“These artists and venues are guaranteed success which is seen in the ticket sales year after year. Meanwhile locals and visitors alike have a great reason to get back out in the city to discover new musical acts, talents, and venues.”
Expressions of Interest for Vivid Music 2021 close on Friday 26 February.