The May 2020 Subscriber Drive is Now Live!
Every May, 3MBS Fine Music Melbourne broadcasts special programming for Radiothon – our 10-day subscriber drive. It is one of our largest community events that invites Melbourne artists, volunteers and special guests to come together at the station.
However, abiding by social distancing regulations issued by the Australian government means our annual Radiothon cannot go ahead as scheduled.
As a listener-funded radio station, now more than ever we are relying on the generosity of 3MBS listeners and Melbourne’s fine music community members to keep our broadcast programs on air. Every 3MBS subscription allows us to offer comfort and companionship to those who need it most through our daily on-air programs.
Being a 3MBS subscriber offers you the following benefits:
- A digital or print copy of our monthly publication, On Air magazine
- Invitations to exclusive subscriber events
- Opportunities to win tickets and giveaways from local events and musicians
- Special discounts to local businesses and arts organisations
Given the difficult circumstances Melburnians and our national communities are currently facing, we are aware that many will find it difficult to support Melbourne’s thriving arts landscape. We kindly ask for you to renew your subscription this month, and to please consider giving an extra donation to keep your favourite fine music station going during these extraordinary times.
To become a 3MBS subscriber, or renew your current subscription for 12 months, click on the button above. Alternatively, you may call the station at 9416 1035 but please note that all 3MBS staff are working off-site and may not be able to attend all calls.
Rest assured 3MBS volunteers and staff are committed to keeping the music playing so that you can keep listening.
Thank you for your generosity.
°Due to COVID 19 restrictions we are unable to offer subscribers some benefits like invitations to subscriber events or ticket giveaways to local events We look forward to offering these in the future once government health restrictions are lifted.