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Today is the day to be out and proud about your favourite Australian music artists, while also helping the music industry charity Support Act deliver crisis relief services to musicians, managers, crew and music workers who are unable to work due to ill health or injury.

It’s been a very tough time in recent years for the music industry, particularly due to COVID, so this annual day of Australian music celebration is extra-important this time round.

David Lowe in his accadacca shirt for Ausmusic T-Shirt Day.

Ausmusic T-Shirt Day gives thanks to the musicians and music industry support workers who have helped us all get through.

You can take part by:

  • Wearing an Aussie music t-shirt.
  • Making a donation to Support Act.
  • Setting up a team to fundraise.

Wear your favourite band’s T-shirt with pride today and share the love on social media with the hashtag #ausmusictshirtday and tag @supportact

You can find out more about Ausmusic T-Shirt day here.

Check out this video from the Ausmusic T-shirt ambassadors:


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