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MusicNT acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land throughout the Northern Territory and Australia.
We pay respect to their elders, past, present and emerging.
Always was, always will be Aboriginal land.

The All Good Project at MusicNT envisions a music industry where everyone is safe, equal and treated with respect. Through best-practice training programs and consistent advocacy, we aim to empower venues to encourage diversity on stages, and cultivate a thriving live music scene that is accessible, inclusive and safe, because everyone deserves to enjoy live music!

What does the All Good Project do?

The All Good project is working to make live gigs safer, because everyone deserves to enjoy live music! The All Good Project:

  • Train venue and festival staff to support gender-based safety and reduce unsafe behaviours.
  • Offer educational posters and coasters that inform party-goers of expected behaviour standards and tips to stay safe.
  • Provide harm reduction services at festivals by offering safety resources, hydration, sustenance, and safe/low-stimulus spaces to rest and recover.
  • Manage roving safety teams at festivals who check on party-goers throughout the party.
  • Collaborate with industry, government and likeminded services across Australia to advocate for improved live music safety.

We work with you

Promoting inclusivity & diversity for you, at our gigs, on the stage, in the party, and behind the bar is central to our mission. Because everyone deserves to enjoy live music and feel safe when they go out.

Supporting and advocating for priority groups, including working with festivals and venues to enhance accessibility and social / emotional / physical safety for the diverse audiences of the Northern Territory is part of our everyday work.

We work with festivals

BASSINTHEGRASS

BassInTheGrass has been a huge supporter of the All Good Project for many years, we are proud to be partnered with them, and championed by their passionate team of safety-focused event gurus!

DESERT HARMONY

The All Good Project has had the great pleasure of attending Desert Harmony Festival in Patta/Tennant Creek. In the years to come we look forward to supporting the festival’s already strong safety foundations, translating safety messaging into multiple local languages.

ELECTRIC STORM

Electric storm in Darwin is a festival for  young people and adults. This vibrant music event hosts the All Good Project harm reduction team where we offer roving volunteers who check on festival-goers, provide hydration products and other safety merchandise.

We work with venues

We work with volunteers

Our dedicated group of volunteers is something the All Good Project could never live without. We work with volunteers at festivals to help run the safe spaces and roam the festival grounds making sure people are having a safe time.

Our volunteers receive gift cards, free training, good times, free merch and catered thank-you parties when they work with us because we are committed to ensuring they know how appreciated they all are. We love you volunteers!

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Get in touch

Emma Gerard

Safety, Access and Equity Officer

All Good Project

MusicNT

[email protected]

(08) 8952 0322

27 Hartley Street, 

Alice Springs, NT

You’ll be looked after by the All Good Project Team.

We promote positive behaviour change in the Music industry
through MusicNT’s training, safety and advocacy projects.