Chugg Entertainment & Support Act Presents
A CELEBRATION OF AUSTRALIAN ROAD CREW
To coincide with the publication of Roadies – The Secret History of Australian Rock‘n’Roll by Stuart Coupe, Chugg Entertainment & Support Act are pleased to announce two special lunchtime events at The Factory, Sydney (Wednesday, 26 September 2018) and Thornbury Theatre, Melbourne (Thursday, 4 October 2018).
During the lunches, Stuart will sit down with legends of the Australian road crew world, Nicky Campbell and Ross Ferguson in Sydney and Howard Freeman and Geoff Lloyd in Melbourne to recall various tales of life on the road. The world’s first female roadie, Tana Douglas, is flying in from Los Angeles to speak on both panels. All are featured in Stuart’s book, which covers 60 years of Australian music, commencing in 1957.
A Bright Light: An Evening for Luke
Remembering Luke Liang with some of the many artists that the Sydney musician toured with before his untimely passing in August 2018.
Featuring live performances from Alex the Astronaut, Jarryd James, Montaigne, Papa vs. Pretty, Thelma Plum, Jack River and Friends.
All proceeds to Support Act.
Weds 19 September 2018
Daisy’s South Australian Debonairs- please note Sept’s event is Weds 19 not Thursday for Sept only!
If you are in Adelaide, come along to the monthly gathering of Daisy’s Debs. This is typically held on the third Thursday of the month and each time sees a fantastic guest speaker and entertainment. Held 12 noon for a 12.30pm start @ the Highway Function room. All welcome. NOTE THAT SEPTEMBER’S EVENT IS WEDS 19 SEPT FOR THIS MONTH ONLY
3rd October, 2018
High Key Entertainment presents Take Note!
High Key Entertainment have put together an amazing night of local live music in light of struggling musicians to raise funds for Support Act.
Doors open: 7pm $5 entry (cash only)
Featuring: Dopamine/The Plane Sailors/Flora Link/Chelsea Sharne
Music on My Mind: Campaign & Rave
Rave Reviewz is teaming up with Subsonic Music, Return to Rio, Blueprint Entertainment and 43 Degrees Records to bring you MUSIC ON MY MIND – a dress-up rave to raise funds for mental health charities on Friday 19th October at Oxford Art Factory!
Around 45 percent of people in Australia will experience a mental health condition in their lifetime. In any one year, approximately 1 million Australian adults have depression, and over 2 million have anxiety.
Rates are even higher in musicians, who are almost seven times as likely to have thought about suicide in the past 12 months in comparison to the general population, and have more than double the rate of suicide attempts.
Mental health is an issue close to our hearts at Rave Reviewz, so to address this we’re teaming up with some of Sydney’s biggest electronic music brands to raise money for Support Act, beyondblue and Black Dog Institute with a dress up rave. Each crew will be playing a 1hr charity set on the night, featuring some of the finest DJs in Sydney, so come and join us for an unforgettable night!
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