FIVE YOUNG PEOPLE HAVE DIED OF SUSPECTED DRUG OVERDOSES AFTER ATTENDING NSW MUSIC FESTIVALS:
* Alex Ross-King, 19, died in hospital on January 12 after attending the FOMO festival at Parramatta Park.
* The Central Coast teenager's family have pleaded with the NSW government to introduce pill testing reigniting the debate over its effectiveness.
* Joshua Tam, 22, died in hospital on December 29 after attending the Lost Paradise music festival near Gosford.
* His family have helped set up a clothing label in the young rugby league player's memory with proceeds going towards drug education for young Australians.
* Callum Brosnan, 19, died after attending the dance music festival Knockout Games of Destiny on December 9.
* He was found at a train station near the festival at Sydney Olympic Park but later died in hospital.
* Joseph Pham, 23, from western Sydney died in hospital from a suspected drug overdose on September 15 after the Defqon.1 festival.
* Weeks before his death he shared a Facebook post from a group called "Sniff Off" who advocate for no sniffer dogs, pill testing and drug legalisation.
* Diana Nguyen, a 21-year-old from Melbourne, also died after Defqon.1 on September 15 from a suspected drug overdose.
* Ms Nguyen was engaged after her finance had proposed in Hawaii during her 21st birthday in April.