QLD - Performance Reports Workshop

Play live? Get paid…

with a little help from the team at APRA AMCOS.

If you play your own songs live, you can get paid royalties for your gigs. But there’s one catch – you have to submit Performance Reports (the new LPRs) by 31 July.

Need a hand?
We’ve got your back. Come along to our free Performance Reports Workshop at The Bearded Lady on Tuesday 12 July from 5.30pm with your laptop, setlists, list of gigs, spreadsheets (if you’re the organised type) and anything else that will help you complete your reports.

Our Writer Services reps will take you through the process if you’re new to the game, or give you pro tips and solid advice if you’re an old hat. We’ll even buy you a beer and feed you some snacks to give you the motivation to get the job done!

Places are limited so make sure you RSVP by 5 July to qld@apra.com.au.

Don’t forget: Performance Reports are due by 31 July! Read more about them here.

Please note: This is an 18+ event. If you are under 18 and would like help with your Performance Reports, contact us to arrange a time to visit the APRA AMCOS office: qld@apra.com.au | (07) 3257 1007.


Event Info

Date
12 Jul 2016 - 12 Jul 2016

Location
The Bearded Lady, 138 Boundary St, West End QLD

Time
5.30pm - 7.30pm

Cost
FREE


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