The event is set to take place across various locations throughout Victoria, in an effort to revive the state’s live music industry following a months-long lockdown.
Sounds Better Together will go down on eight dates throughout the end of this month, with the first four being announced today (January 18).
It will kick off this coming Saturday (January 23) in Victoria’s Surf Coast, before dates in Yarra Valley, Rutherglen and Mallacoota. Four more dates, and a second round of acts, are to be announced later this week.
Martin Pakula, Victorian Minister for Tourism, Sport And Major Events, said in a press statement that the series “will get musicians back on stage and help people enjoy a great night out, supporting communities across the state.”
“Our music industry supports thousands of jobs and injects millions into our economy,” he continued, “and we’re helping the sector get back on track.”
Tickets for Sounds Better Together are on sale from noon AEDT tomorrow (January 23), with each ticket priced at $49.90 AUD, available here.