Calling all childcare services - win a concert!

ARIA Award-winning children’s music group Teeny Tiny Stevies are offering a free private concert for one lucky childcare service!

Calling all childcare services - this competition is an opportunity not to be missed!

ARIA Award-winning children’s music group Teeny Tiny Stevies have come on board with OneMusic Australia to offer a free private concert at one lucky child care service! Three albums in, and with over ten million views on ABC iView, the prolific duo have a multitude of songs that have become part of the fabric of childhood for thousands of little Australians. 

Teeny Tiny Stevies will perform some hit songs for the children, parents and staff, followed by a meet-and-greet. The performance will be filmed and photographed, and occur in the second half of 2022. Plus, the winning service will win a $500 Ticketek voucher (we all deserve some adult time too right?) plus a Teeny Tiny Stevies merchandise pack!

The competition has now closed.

The competition is free to enter, and all childcare services have to do is to set aside a minute or two to come up with a creative 25-words-or-less answer for 'what music, arts and culture mean to your child care service. It's all part of an awareness campaign about the value music, books and art bring to business.

If you have any questions about applying, please contact us at

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