inthemix is hosting a lockouts roundtable at Parliament House

With the fight to save Sydney’s nightlife heating up, inthemix is bringing together policy-makers and the music industry for a special lockouts roundtable at NSW Parliament House.

Tomorrow on Thursday February 25, inthemix and the Member for Sydney Alex Greenwich will host a roundtable discussion to plan the next steps in the fight against lockouts. Club owners, promoters, festival programmers, Keep Sydney Open chairman Tyson Koh and politicians like Greens MP Jenny Leong and City of Sydney Councillor Jenny Green will all be there. Coalition representatives have been invited.

The roundtable will discuss how the industry and government can work together moving forward to remove lockouts and restore Sydney’s status as a global city. inthemix will be recording the conversation at Parliament House and you can head back to the site on Friday to find out what was discussed.

If you haven’t yet, now’s the time to sign to the petition urging the NSW Government to repeal the lockout laws. You can also let the board conducting an independent review of the lockout laws know your (measured and factual) thoughts by emailing [email protected]

Lockouts Roundtable confirmed attendees

Alex Greenwich, Independent Member for Sydney
Jenny Leong, Greens MP, Newtown
Jenny Green, Councillor, City of Sydney
Jo Haylen, Labor MP for Summer Hill
Lynne Small, General Manager, PPCA
Tyson Koh, Keep Sydney Open
Dean Ormston, Head of Member Services, APRA
Mark Gerber, Oxford Art Factory
Adam Lewis, Secret Garden Festival Programmer
Carly Roberts, Founder, Picnic Events
Neil Ackland, CEO, Junkee Media
Jane Slingo, Executive Producer, Electronic Music Conference
Melanie Mahony, Executive Producer,Electronic Music Conference
Tim Duggan, Publisher, Junkee Media
Katie Cunningham, Editor, inthemix
Nick Jarvis, Editor, inthemix