The Australian music industry’s longest-running and most competitive music quiz will take place on Thursday 4 April this year, and is back at the iconic Crystal Palace Ballroom at Sydney’s Luna Park.
This year’s quiz is set to be the biggest one yet with a new look and fresh feel, as well as a few surprises.
Annually, the event attracts a who’s-who of the music industry, with past quizzers and presenters including Jenny Morris, Iva Davies, Peter Garrett, Dave Faulkner, Deni Hynes, Jimmy Barnes, Reg Mombassa, Peter O’Doherty, David Campbell, Glen A Baker and Diesel.
Belinda Leonard, CEO of Nordoff Robbins says: “To celebrate 21 glorious years of our legendary quiz, we are giving our much-loved event a bit of a refresh. Not to disappoint our loyal quizzers there will be our stable of familiar rounds, but for the very first time we are partnering with Sounds Familiar Music Quiz – the UK’s biggest and best music quiz craze. Along with that, we’ll have a brand new presenter and host line up, and also a live performance or two.”
Nordoff Robbins Music Quiz veteran and Chair of APRA, Jenny Morris says: “The Nordoff Robbins quiz is always one of my favourite events of the year. The ultimate goal of the event is to find the biggest team of music nerds in the industry, while raising awareness of the amazing work Nordoff Robbins does to transform lives through the healing power of music.”
Nordoff Robbins is the country’s leading music therapy not-for-profit and the largest employer of registered music therapists in Australia. Nordoff Robbins transforms lives and helps people reach their full potential through the healing power of music. Its network of highly trained and accredited music therapists work with people of all ages, with a wide range of abilities and conditions.
The Nordoff Robbins Music Quiz welcomes both teams of eight and individuals to join in for a night of challenge, fun and healthy competition.
Tickets are available now via Universe for the chance to battle it out with the top companies and personalities in the Australian music industry, for not only bragging rights, but also a coveted place in the Music Quiz Hall of Fame.
The new agreement brings with it the bonus of zero ticketing fees for fans attending tennis events across the country, a first for major sports and entertainment events in Australia.