The annual Ausmusic T-Shirt Day will return on Friday 19 November. The day occurs as a part off Ausmusic Month to celebrate Australian music
The annual Ausmusic T-Shirt Day will return on Friday 19 November. The day occurs as a part off Ausmusic Month to celebrate Australian music as well as raise funds for music workers in crisis following the impacts of COVID-19. On the day, punters are asked to rep their favourite Australian artist band merchandise. Alongside wearing a T-Shirt, you can fundraise for Support Act in a team HERE.
More fantastic Aussie artists have created this year’s range of limited edition Premium T-Shirts including Genesis Owusu, GFlip, Keith Urban, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Lime Cordiale, Paul Kelly, Powderfinger, Spacey Jane, Tame Impala, Tones and I and Ed Sheeran, with 100 percent of net proceeds going to Support Act. Premium T-Shirts are $50 and are available to order now until Friday 5 November.
This year’s Ausmusic T-Shirt Day logo, a non-binary drumming echidna, has been created by First Nations artist Bree “Little Butten” Buttenshaw and is also available as one of this year’s Premium T-Shirts.
Over the past 18 months, Support Act has committed $22.8m in the form of 10,000 crisis relief grants to music and live performing arts workers in need, and provided mental health and wellbeing support to many thousands more through our mental health programs and Wellbeing Helpline.
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Words by Parry Tritsiniotis