Rock For Refugees - Bussey Building - March 7th

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  1. Tickets are £5 :

    On March 7th Rock For Refugees is coming to The CLF Art Cafe, Peckham, to host an eclectic night of live music from some of 2017’s rising stars, all in support of UNICEF.

    Based in the 120-year- old multi-level Bussey building, the CLF Art Café will host the very first Rock for Refugees gig with four incredible acts raising money for a good cause.

    Headlining the event is London’s feisty female duo Nova Twins, who have turned heads with
    their unique blend of grime, punk and hip-hop beats. Supporting them are riff-driven alt-
    rock trio Berries, whose electric live performances are jam-packed with charisma and
    energy from start to finish.

    Also playing are one of Brighton’s most exciting up and coming bands The RPM’s, who last
    year headlined the BBC Introducing stage at Glastonbury Festival with their indie rock n roll
    style, whilst opening the event is solo artist Non Canon playing acoustic music with an
    experimental twist.

    Rock for Refugees is a charitable fund under the auspices of Prism the Gift Fund, however, we are in the process of fully registering as a UK charity. Since, we don't want to spend thousands of pounds on due diligence when established charities already know exactly where funding is needed, ALL the profits are going to UNICEF.

    All of our fundraising will help Syrian refugee children to access and remain in education. That may mean we are funding the provision of drinking water, food or other essentials, but this means the children can go to school in the first place, but also can concentrate at school because they're not hungry / thirsty / sick / cold. There's more information on the work of Unicef in this area here:

    Please support our work and come along on March 7th.

    Tickets are available here for only £5 :

    Thank you

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  2. Just a reminder that this fundraising gig is happening on Tuesday 7th March, that's this Tuesday.
    We have also now added a "15 minutes" pop up set from the fantastic Sisteray. So that is now 5 bands in one night, for only £5 and it's all for UNICEF..... get your ticket on the Eventbrite ticket above.
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