As the bushfires continue around Australia, artists in Australia and around the world are coming together to show their support by organising several events and fundraisers to help those affected.
We acknowledge the many events taking place and we encourage you support in any way you can. Here are seven events some of our artists and associates are taking part of;
Yours & Owls, Farmer & The Owl and Rad Management have banded together for this South Coast fundraiser hosted by Dunni of @dunnis_daily_motivators and featuring Hockey Dad, Tumbleweed, Dune Rats (DJ Set), Shining Bird, Totty & Maddy Jane.
North Wollongong Hotel. Wollongong, NSW. January 24, 2020.
Hosted by Ivey and Miami Marketta, this all ages event will feature Ivey, Tia Gostelow, Daste, DVNA and Citrus Daze with 100% of profits going towards Red Cross and Wildlife Victoria.
Miami Marketta, Miami, QLD. January 31, 2020.
In response to the devastating bushfires across South Australia, the Adelaide music and arts community has come together to produce 'FIRE AID', a bushfire fundraiser put together by Karma and Crow, Bad//Dreems and Lion Arts Factory. The event has announced a stellar line-up including Adelaide’s own Bad//Dreems, Perth’s psychedelic visionaries POND, the legendary Mark of Cain,
as well as Horror My Friend, Children Collide plus many more.
Lion Arts Factory, Adelaide, SA. February 1st, 2020.
Alex the Astronaut, Kira Puru, The Grates, Thelma Plum and Tia Gostelow have joined together to support the fire fighters, communities, wildlife and everyone affected by the fires. With 100% of profits being donated, the event will raise funds for Fire Relief For First Nations Communities, NSW RFS, VIC RFS, and WIRES.
The Triffid, Newstead, QLD. January 19, 2020.
A collective of some of Australia’s most beloved artists including Angus & Julia Stone, Briggs, Gang Of Youths, Jack River, Ruby Fields, Tash Sultana and Thelma Plum are joining together for the fire and climate relief concert to be hosted in Melbourne.
Sidney Myer Music Bowl. Melbourne, Vic. January 26, 2020.
Hosted by Celeste Barber and bringing together some of biggest local and international artist, Fire Fight has announced an already huge line-up including Queen + Adam Lambert, Alice Cooper, KD Lang, Amy Shark, John Farnham, Olivia Newtown-John, Peking Duk and Grinspoon, with more to still be announced.
ANZ Stadium, Olympic Park. Sydney, NSW. February 16, 2020.
First held in 2009 to raise money for the Victorian bushfires and Queensland floods, the Australian Music Community has confirmed they will come together once again in response to the devastating bushfires currently sweeping across the country.
Dates and locations to be confirmed.
Photo credit: Josefina Luna