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The Music Perth returns to print for a special WAMFest edition!

14 Oct

As recently announced by the much loved music media, The Music Perth is making a comeback to the streets and printing an issue that just so happens to occur at the same time as WAMFest conference and the live music showcase. The issue is set to run on the Thursday 27 October, with WAMFest taking place from Nov 3 – 6, and we recommend you take advantage of it…

Over the past years, WAMFest major media partner The Music Perth (who are also hosting the WAMAwards Public Voting, which you can vote here in) have established themselves as a premiere digital music leader, and with one of the most stacked line-ups announced for WAMFest, the issue is sure to be an instant classic that shines the light on local talent, a guide to WA music and the festival program across the four days.

Our very own WAMily member and current Marketing & Communications Officer (and previous Editor of the very same magazine), Aarom Wilson looked forward to quality street press returning to WA. “Having given such WAMazing support to local artists over the years, it was a sad moment when stopped their printed editions. Whilst their digital platform has skyrocketed since, we couldn’t be more excited for the return of a special WAMFest print edition. Thanks to our major media partners, get those highlighter pens ready the official print program, covering a huge four days of good times!”

This exclusive WAM issue provides a huge opportunity for local bands, venues, promoters and more to get noticed by regular gig-goers, respected conference talent, artists and more. Get a kickstart on your music career and be sure to pick up this issue as this will be your music bible throughout WAMFest and will guide you to becoming the ultimate opportunist.

So if you are a aspiring musician,  supporter of WA music or even a music lover be sure to pick yourself up a copy and don’t miss out on the The Music Perth’s Back On The Streets Special  WAMFest print edition.

To secure advertising in the issue, contact Zac Nichols on 0400 247 141 or [email protected].

For all editorial inquiries, email [email protected].


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WAM is supported by the State Government through the Department of Culture and the Arts, and is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.