The border to Western Australia has re-opened to all visitors quarantine free for the first time in almost two years.
After two years, the world of Major Events and Festivals are finally learning to coexist with the global COVID-19 pandemic.
The government are predicting the 90% double dose target will be hit as early as 24 November, at which point the state is planning a major easing of restrictions.
The new campaign promotes vaccination as the "ticket to reopening and staying open".
After three and a half months the time has finally come for those of us in New South Wales to open the door and step outside into freedom!
Music industry charity Support Act has announced this week that the annual Ausmusic T-Shirt Day will return on Friday 19 November.
Ticketmaster have released two short films to give a behind the scenes look at Australia’s Event Industry from the perspectives of Australian promoters, artists, production crew and more.
Save Victorian Events has once again called upon the Australian Government for support as part of a new campaign.
The NSW Government today announced its roadmap to recovery, revealing the path forward for all NSW, both vaccinated and unvaccinated.
Check out the recipients of Round 19 of the Queensland Destination Events Program (QDEP).
The second round of funding applications for the South Australian Government’s Regional Event Fund will be closing at the end of the month.
Organisers of THIS THAT and Scene & Heard Festivals have today announced the postponement of their 2021 events.
During a press conference yesterday, Victoria State Premier Daniel Andrews announced Melbourne’s roadmap out of lockdown.
We chat with Mike Hammond, Event Director at EMS Event Medical, about the potential for rapid antigen testing at events and festivals.
Face masks will become mandatory at public events with more than 1,000 people, starting this Saturday 18 September 2021.