Registrations are OPEN for Good Music Month!

If you are a venue, hosting, organising or playing a gig or event during November, then this is for YOU!

Keep reading below to find out more about what Good Music Month is, and how it can benefit you!

Photographer: Nick Astanei

What is Good Music Month?

Good Music Month is MusicSA’s new annual state-wide open access music festival, that takes place each year during the whole month of November.

Good Music Month aims to connect ALL of SA’s vibrant music scene that explodes with activity in November, and put a spotlight on all the events taking place under one epic program.

Live music. All across SA. All yours.


Who can participate in Good Music Month?

Anyone putting on a music event (originals, covers, bands, opera, classical, cabaret, jazz, pop, anything!) in any format during November in SA (West Coast, Far North, Fleurieu, Metro, South East, anywhere in SA!) can register to be part of the Good Music Month program.

Artists, venues, promoters, agents, managers, music industry businesses, arts and cultural organisations programming and presenting music, councils, LGAs, peak industry associations and anyone else – you get the picture.


What are the Good Music Month registration costs?

Venue registrations are FREE.

It’s FREE to register to host an event if your event is free and non-ticketed! No strings attached.

For the full tiered costs for ticketed events, head to!  


What are the Good Music Month registration benefits?

In short: marketing support, announcements in Good Music Month EDMs to a database of approx. 20,000 engaged live music supporters, socials campaign features, major listing printed Gig Guide, major listing on our digital Good Music Month Gig Guide with direct ticketing links, potential media opportunities and more!

For more details on the perks, head to


How do I register for Good Music Month?

Registrations are OPEN now, with a how-to via the Good Music Month website.

Head to for more info on how to apply.


Good Music Month is generously supported by the South Australian Government’s Music Development Office.