Ticketmaster and Moshtix headed down to this year's CHANGES Festival to hear what the industry thinks of the current state of music, and what changes they hope will happen soon.

For the unfamiliar, CHANGES is a collaboration between The Push, Yarra City Council, Music Victoria, APRA AMCOS, VMDO and the Victorian music community, focussing on where the industry is currently at and predicting just how far it can go in terms of Music, Tech, Talks, and Ideas.

From in-depth talks to hands-on workshops, and incredibly diverse live music showcases – if you have any interest in Australia’s music landscape, CHANGES is the place you need to be.

Ticketmaster and Moshtix sat down with Correne Wilkie, Director of Maven and Muse, Manager of The Cat Empire, and Co-Founder of Super Bloom Festival, Rhiannon Atkinson-Howatt and James Seymor (FEELDS) of Merpire & Founder and Managing Director of White Sky, Tom Harris to learn about their music industry experiences and the important changes they see on the horizon.

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