Mushroom Group Announces ‘Once in a Lifetime’ Mega-Concert to Celebrate Their 50th Anniversary
Mushroom Group has announced that it is gearing up to host an all-star mega-concert to celebrate its 50th anniversary in November.
According to the herald sunthe show will take place in Melbourne and will feature a ‘great line-up of artists’.
Mushroom Group CEO Matt Gudinski said the concert will celebrate Australia’s most iconic songs and will be a “once-in-a-lifetime event”.
‘It’s been a long journey for the company to get here. We want to celebrate it well,’ she said.
Matt continued, “Bringing it to life and sharing our celebration plans with everyone is a very proud moment.”
Mushroom Group has announced a “once-in-a-lifetime” mega-concert to celebrate its 50th anniversary. In the photo Kylie Minogue
Matt’s father, Michael Gudinski, founded the entertainment empire in 1972.
He passed away in March 2021 and Matt took over as CEO of Mushroom Group.
The Mushroom Group is the largest independent music and entertainment company in Australia and New Zealand, and is home to Frontier Touring, Chugg Entertainment, eight record labels and at least a dozen other specialist divisions.
Michael Gudinski had reportedly told guests at Mushroom’s 40th anniversary party in 2013, “If any other idiot asks me if I’m retiring tonight, you guys can fuck off.”
According to the Herald Sun, the show will take place in Melbourne and will feature a “great lineup of performers.” Pictured are the late Mushroom Group founder Michael Gudinski and Ed Sheeran.
Today, the Mushroom Group has an enviable roster of artists, including Jimmy Barnes, Faith No More, CHVRCHES, and The Temper Trap.
The Mushroom Group website claims that Matt sat “next to his father in command” of the empire, having joined the family business right after school in 2003.
He has promoted countless tours of Australasia for great artists like Drake, Bruno Mars and A$AP Rocky.
Mushroom Group CEO Matt Gudinski said the concert will celebrate Australia’s most iconic songs and will be a “once-in-a-lifetime event”. In the photo Matt and his late father Michael