Concert in the Clouds is back for 2021

The Triple M and Hit networks will come together once again this summer to deliver listeners with an ultimate line up of live music performances with no lines and no cancellations.
Now in its second year, Concert in the Clouds, co-produced with Eardrum, will play on Sunday 3rd  10th and 17th  of January in 2021, gifting listeners with the feeling of being amongst the crowds, in the middle of a mosh pit while watching some of the biggest global and homegrown artists.
Both the Hit and Triple M networks will curate and present live music concerts for listeners that align with each network brand.
Listeners can expect to hear over 100 acts and 28 hours of live music, including famous artists such as the Foo Fighters, AC/DC and Cold Chisel on Triple M and Taylor Swift, P!nk and J-Lo on Hit plus many more!
The series will be hosted by the Hit Network’s Ash London and Triple M’s Dangerous Dave with special guest appearances from some of SCA’s best-known talent.
Ash said: “The best memories of my life have been those spent at gigs. From Powderfinger at Festival Hall as a kid to Harry Styles’ first ever solo show in London, or the first time I heard Sam Smith sing for a handful of us in the office kitchen many years ago.
“There’s something magical about live music that brings all of us together, and after the year that has been 2020, I think we all need a bit of magic. I’m so excited that Concert in the Clouds is back to give us a taste of what we’ve been missing, and what is still to come!”
Hit and Triple M Networks Head of Music, Mickey Maher, said: “This year, we have all missed experiencing live music. This summer will look a little different for the music industry, in a time where we usually prepare for big tours of the world’s best acts, and some of Australia’s biggest music festivals. It will be the perfect playlist for a summer of staycations.
“We are privileged to have platforms where our networks can deliver the best live music to our listeners. The Triple M and Hit networks will give listeners the feeling of being right back there at a concert or music festival through their speakers.”
Throughout the broadcast, both networks will support and raise awareness for Support Act who assist homegrown artists and music industry workers, many who have faced job insecurity and been impacted mentally and financially due to Covid-19.




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