Support Act has announced a new date for its rescheduled Head First music industry conference about mental health and wellbeing – Thursday 7 October 2021.
The conference, which was postponed due to the latest COVID-19 outbreak, will still be held at the Australian Institute of Music (AIM) in Sydney from 9am-5pm, followed by performances and networking.
The event will welcome current and future leaders of the music community to face the challenges of the past and look to a future where psychological safety, mental health and wellbeing are at its core.
CEO of Support Act, Clive Miller, explains: “It wouldn’t be a music industry event without a pandemic postponement, so despite the initial upset, we’re thrilled that the conference will still be going ahead in October.
“We urge any existing ticket holders to please hold onto their ticket for this new date and we look forward to announcing additional speakers over the coming weeks.”
The event is open to anyone in the music community, from artists and artist managers to crew, producers and music workers, with the aim of giving them a new understanding of the mental health challenges facing the industry today and the tools to be able to put their wellbeing first.
Tickets are $39 including a light breakfast, hot drinks, lunch, afternoon tea and networking drinks, available now. Existing ticket holders will be contacted shortly about the new date.
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