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Australian artists first as music industry prepares to go live again

Australia’s live music industry is starting to look to a brighter future, with things looking up for our domestic acts.

Three of the country’s biggest music tour promoters say Australian artists will have the chance to prosper once coronavirus restrictions are lifted and the live music scene resumes.

The music industry has been crippled by nationwide shutdowns but Live Nation chief executive Roger Field, TEG head Geoff Jones and Chugg Entertainment founder Michael Chugg say there is a silver lining: with overseas talent unable to enter the country for festivals and tours, local acts will be given more live performance opportunities.

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