Tuning out: party ends for a third of music festivals

By Cassandra Morgan
Updated April 9 2024 - 4:10pm, first published 4:06pm
Splendour in the Grass was one of the bigger festivals cancelled so far this year. (Regi Varghese/AAP PHOTOS)
Splendour in the Grass was one of the bigger festivals cancelled so far this year. (Regi Varghese/AAP PHOTOS)

More than one-third of Australian music festivals are losing money as operational costs skyrocket, red tape becomes harder to wade through and people in their late teens and early 20s ditch events.

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