Ausmusic T-Shirt Day 2024 Date Revealed

3 July 2024 | 4:03 pm | Mary Varvaris

"Start dusting off your favourite Aussie music tee..."

Ausmusic T-Shirt Day 2024

Ausmusic T-Shirt Day 2024 (Source: Instagram/Support Act)

Save the date: the big day, this year’s Ausmusic T-Shirt Day, is coming soon.

The Ausmusic T-Shirt Day team made the big announcement yesterday (2 July), revealing that the day your music-loving pal, favourite artist and music industry figures will be wearing a t-shirt to spotlight Australian music on Thursday, 28 November.

In a statement posted to Instagram, Support Act – the Australian charity that backs national music industry workers and the organisation that’s supported by the annual celebration of Ausmusic T-Shirt Day – wrote:

“Start dusting off your favourite Aussie music tee because Ausmusic T-Shirt Day is returning on Thursday, 28 November!

“Head to the link in bio now to register your interest and be among the first to receive updates about all the fun things happening this year. We look forward to having you on board!”

Last year’s Ausmusic T-Shirt Day campaign was a record breaker, with 693 fundraisers and 167 teams raising $904,656 for charity.

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At the time of writing, you can buy a t-shirt, fundraise, and donate to Support Act to contribute to this year’s campaign, but soon, the premium t-shirts and other merchandise sold for Ausmusic T-Shirt Day will be unveiled.

You can find out more about where your money goes when you support Ausmusic T-Shirt Day by going here.

Last year’s campaign was backed by ambassadors such as Australian music heavyweights Amy Shark, Budjerah, and Jimmy Barnes, along with a raft of famous Australian music, radio, and stage stars who all threw their support behind the day.

Clive Miller, the CEO of Support Act, said about last year’s record-breaking campaign:

“We’re thrilled to have smashed another goal this year and are so grateful for everyone who took part in the campaign and really got behind the cause. To be able to see people from all walks of life celebrate Aussie music and support everyone behind the scenes has been a real honour.”