A fine lineup of big-hearted Brisbane bands will be gracing the stage at the Sunshine Coast’s newest live music venue, Club Envy on Sunday March 28 for Big Haiti Hug, a fundraising concert in honour of the people of earthquake devastated Haiti.
Garage country rocksters Mexico City, avant-garde folk ‘n’ rollers Golden Virtues, reggae groove merchants The Rooftops, and alternative rock trio Dear April will be coming together for an all-in musical embrace.
There’s plenty of love for everyone: Caribbean cocktails served by
gorgeous models, giveaways galore including double passes to four big festivals, Tsunami Mag showbags and a lucky door prize that will knock your socks off.
Dear April will get the party started with their progressive and unique rock tapestry, followed by Golden Virtues electro-acoustic folk rock. Mexico City will deliver their roaring epic garage rock tunes right before The Rooftops bring the night to a climatic end, stepping up the beats with their deep rooted grooves and soul searching vibes.
Big Haiti Hug organiser and Sunshine Coast local Jonas Ramone recently returned to his native soil of Haiti to see fi rsthand the devastation that continues to affect the country. “Aid is bottle necked and is just not getting through to those that need it most. Recovery and reconstruction is far from over,” Jonas said.
The early evening affair will kick off at 7pm and organisers urge Sunshine Coast music lovers to step out and show some love for the people of Haiti, to let them know the Sunshine Coast has not forgotten.
Tickets are $15 and available at the door. Club Envy is situated at 19 Ocean St, Maroochydore.