Musicians Making a Difference Day

Musicians Making A Difference Day

Musicians Making a Difference Day is an annual event dedicated to using music to support the music industry and young people by connecting musicians, labels and music lovers across Australia. The event is a celebration put together by MMAD, a youth mental health charity dedicated to helping young people tap into their potential.

How can you get involved? Aussie musicians are invited to dedicate a song to someone in need with the hashtag: #ThisSongIsForYou & tagging @mmadaustralia.

Learn more about Musicians Making a Difference Day here.


Industry Event

Date & TIme

15 Oct 21


Online stream

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