Music festivals hit by 'perfect storm': inquiry told

By Liz Hobday
Updated April 17 2024 - 10:35am, first published April 16 2024 - 5:43pm
A panel will look at why the music has stopped for festivals such as Splendour in the Grass. (Damian Shaw/AAP PHOTOS)
A panel will look at why the music has stopped for festivals such as Splendour in the Grass. (Damian Shaw/AAP PHOTOS)

Australia's music festivals are facing a perfect storm of rising costs, extreme weather and excessive regulation, event organisers have told a Senate inquiry.

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