Our work would not be possible without the generous support of the following organisations.
APRA AMCOS is a music rights management organisation, representing more than 100,000 composer and publisher members. It ensures music creators get paid for their work. Through its awards, professional development, government lobbying and industry research, APRA AMCOS is committed to advocating for and contributing to the music industry on every level.
Universal Music New Zealand Limited (UMNZ) discovers, develops, markets, and distributes recorded music in New Zealand and represents artists and labels from New Zealand and all around the world.
Les Mills Music
We’re on a mission to create a fitter planet. This doesn’t mean making people work out. It means helping people fall in love with fitness so that they want to work out. We create the world’s best workouts, available in clubs around the world or anywhere on demand.
The world’s best music, best moves, and best instructors. We bring it all together to create life-changing fitness shaped by science.
We support our team of 140,000 instructors as they find their greatness and inspire others to become their best.
Partnering with 20,000 clubs worldwide, we make it easy to deliver world-leading group fitness and help members fall in love with fitness.
Recorded Music NZ
Recorded Music NZ® represents recording artists and right holders in Aotearoa through licensing, advocacy and promotion. Recorded Music NZ collects broadcast and public performance income from music users and distributes it to right holders and recording artists, advocates to government and others on behalf of recording artists and right holders and promotes artists and recorded music through initiatives such as the Aotearoa Music Awards. Recorded Music NZ also operates The Official NZ Music Charts® and data analysis services and supports the wider music community through collaborations and its music grant programme.
Recorded Music NZ
The New Zealand Music Commission Te Reo Reka O Aotearoa is a government funded organisation focused on supporting a thriving New Zealand music sector – culturally, economically, and globally. The hub of NZ Music Month, the Music Commission also delivers contemporary music programmes in schools; provides music upskilling tools, resources and the Industry Internship Programme; and runs the domestic-focused Aotearoa Touring Programme and export initiative Outward Sound.
Quiet Please, formerly known as Civic Events is a concert, event and tour promoter, based in Auckland. A bespoke promoter, it places a high value on quality over quantity and prides itself on only producing and promoting the very best entertainment experiences.
JB Hi-Fi was established with one simple philosophy: to deliver a specialist range of Hi-Fi and recorded music at the lowest prices. The company began operations in New Zealand in 2007, is now New Zealand s largest home and entertainment specialist and there are 14 stores throughout the country.
At Sony Music Entertainment, we fuel the creative journey. From our position at the intersection of music, entertainment, and technology, we bring imagination and expertise to the newest products and platforms, embrace new business models, employ breakthrough tools, and provide powerful insights that help our artists push creative boundaries and reach new audiences. In everything we do, we're committed to artistic integrity, transparency, and entrepreneurship.
Framingham Wines in Marlborough are inspired by those who step out of the mainstream, be it music legends, artists or winemakers. They support MusicHelps through a unique partnership involving their F Series, Framingham and Nobody’s Hero wine.
Providing creators a community within which to flourish