CLOUD CONTROL TO HEADLINE SYDNEY CHARITY GIG FOR MELANOMA AWARENESS

Cloud Control

Australian band Cloud Control are set to perform on the 26th of March 2014 at an intimate charity event supporting melanoma awareness.

Sydney live music venue, The Basement, will host the gig and joining the line up is Blue Mountains originated Aussie musicians Brett Winterford and Eleanor Dunlop. All artists will be donating their time and talents for the cause, with all money raised going directly towards the Melanoma Institute Australia.

The show was organised to celebrate the life of Tess McGowan Chan, a woman passionate about music who passed away from melanoma – known as the fourth most common cancer diagnosed in Australia. The event will also celebrate the final stop of Tess’ brother Raphael McGowan, who is currently undertaking a 1,900km bike ride from Adelaide to Sydney to raise awareness for melanoma.

A, B and C reserve tickets will include a two course meal and are on sale for $75.00 and standing tickets will only set you back $30.00. If you love a bit of Cloud Control and believe in supporting a significant cause then head down to The Basement at 29 Reiby Place, Circular Quay, Sydney on the 26th of March at 6.30pm.

Tickets can be purchased through this moshtix link: www.moshtix.com.au

One response to “CLOUD CONTROL TO HEADLINE SYDNEY CHARITY GIG FOR MELANOMA AWARENESS

  1. This is such a great way to spread the word on one of the most preventable cancers out there! The combination of an entertainment event with awareness for this deadly disease is a fantastic way to get people engaged and thinking of safe defensive practices against the sun. Read my blog for sun safety tips and more at: melanomaprotectionandprevention.wordpress.com

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