Australian Music Week announces new lineup additions and a huge conference agenda

Australian Music Week has just announced another 40 artists and an inspiring conference agenda to its already massive lineup!

Aus Music Week features artists hailing from all over Australia – Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Gold Coast, country NSW and Victoria, South Australia and internationally, from Canada and the UK.

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Held across five days, from November 7 to 11 in sunny Cronulla, Australian Music Week provides a platform for independent artists to break their way into the notoriously competitive Australian music industry.

Australian Music Week’s massive 2018 program will see over 150 live performances, 20 panels and masterclass workshop and a dedicated music film festival over November 10-11.

Conference director Jonathan Howell said of today’s lineup announcement:

“Australian Music Week is all about arming artists and industry professionals with relevant, relatable information they can take away use to make a difference in their career and the industry, today.”

The conference includes Plus Supports: How to Nail It As The Opening Act, Creative Income Streams: Ideas to Generate Additional Income from Your Music (Besides the Bleeding Obvious Ones!) and Association of Artist Managers Presents: A Deep Dive into the Artist/Manager Relationship, amongst a bunch of others.

In celebration of his 30th Anniversary Tour, Diesel will also be performing an exclusive 301 Studios/AMW Live Session, as announced today by Australian Music Week, too. This will be a separate, ticketed event.


Adyn Townes (Canada)
Amy Nelson (Canada)
Beyond The Willows
Dande and The Lion
Dani Young
Danny Widdicombe & Trichotomy
David Spry
Declan O’Donovan (Canada)
Dylan Wright
Goodnight Japan
Hobo Magic
Hollie Col
Jessica Irwin
Luca Fogale (Canada)
Lucy Neville
Mark Lang (Skipping Girl Vinegar)
Mike Elrington
Mo Kenney (Canada)
Natalie Henry
Nathan Cavaleri
Oly Sherman
Pan-Pacific Grand Prix
Random Recipe (Canada)
Sketchy Fancy
Smile Don’t Smile
Steve Balbi
Sweet Banana
Tasman Keith
The Earth Bloomers
The Hundy Pers
The Ramona Flowers (UK)
Tom West