Demi Louise, Allan Smithy, Tenderfoot & more on the first round of artists for Australian Music Week!

The first round of showcasing artists and speakers for Australian Music Week has been announced! 25 names have been locked down to perform at the music summit going down in Cronulla this November 2nd-4th. The applications for artists wanting to showcase at Australian Music Week have also been extended, closing on August 19th. If you want to be involved, hit up their website, HERE.

Included in the first artist announcement are the likes of Demi LouiseAllan  SmithyHedge FundWilliam CrightonTenderfoot and more. You can view the new video announcement below!

Along with the first round of artists announced, the second round of industry speakers for Australian Music Week has been revealed! Check out who will be taking part in this year’s series of panels and sessions:

Aaron Curnow (Spunk)
Charlton Hill (Uncanny Valley)
Chloe Goodyear (Woodford Festival)
Clayton Ries (Amplify Sydney)
Clive Hodson (Perfect Pitch Publishing)
Daniel Shine (Empty Suitcase)
Darren Barkas (Sydney Posters)
Dave Sleishman (Sleishman Drums)
Dave Wilkins (Sydney Blues and Roots Festival)
David Bruce (Amnplify)
Glenn Dickie (Sounds Australia)
Graham Ashton (Footstomp Music)
James Beverley (Rhythms Magazine)
Jamie Croft (Sofar Sounds)
John Hardaker (The Orange Press)
Jordan Verzer (Top Shelf)
Kyria Kilakos (Indica Records)
Marie Toparis (Diesel Music)
Mark Alston (The Haze Mag)
Matty Woo (Pistol Artist Services)
Millie Milgate (Sounds Australia)
Nicholas Jones (Tone Deaf)
Nick Bennett (Beatnick Media/Hope Media)
Pixie Weyland (The Zoo)
Peter Fricker (Sydney Blues and Roots Festival)
Riley Maher (The Orchard)
Rob Carroll (Rare Finds)
Rod Yates (Rolling Stone)
Vanessa Picken (Comes With Fries)

Tickets for all Australian Music Week events are now on sale from Oztix. To access more information about the conference itself, visit www.australianmusicweek.com.