Don't Kill Live Music Rally

Don't Kill Live Music Slam Rally

Don't Kill Live Music Rally

A host of famous faces from the music industry, including Slash, Paul Kelly, Myf Warhurst and Nick Cave, support the Don't Kill Live Music Rally, on tomorrow.

The family-friendly peaceful march is expected to attract a large number of people and hopefully influence government on crucial live music venue issues.

Be at the Don't Kill Live Music Slam Rally, 23 February at 4pm in the city.

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