Music fans will flock to Sydney next Thursday night. They're hitting the streets for a massive demonstration against the state government's so-called war on music festivals.
The Don't Kill Live Music rally has been announced, following the shock cancellation of the central coast's Mountain Sounds Festival over the weekend.
Organisers claim the Berejiklian Government hit them with a last minute $200,000 police bill last week, despite their spotless safety record.
They say the Mount Penang event has never had a major drug incident in its five year existence.
Several other music festivals across the state have been forced to cancel or downsize in recent months because of the government's harsh new policies.
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