The Social Justice Advocates of the Sapphire Coast are thrilled to announce their first major benefit concert starring the legendary Black Sorrows and a host of local talent, to be presented on Saturday, April 23.
Mark the date and book your tickets as this concert will be hot.
All funds raised will go directly to the SJA to support the great work they do in in the Bega Valley community, including addressing social problems such as homelessness, domestic violence, bushfire recovery and much more.
As an example, the SJA gave over 80 caravans to bushfire victims at no cost. The SJA supports the community with dignity and respect and asks nothing in return. Now it is our turn to show support.
This special event will be staged outdoors on the lawns of Longstocking Brewery and Oaklands Event Centre, Pambula.
Headlining the show is the multi-award winning Black Sorrows with the iconic Joe Camilleri at the helm - Australian music royalty.
Supporting the Black Sorrows are some of the region's finest and most loved musical acts.
The O'Donnell Brothers (Pat and Andy) have long been one of the most popular acts ever to come out of our region, always attracting great audiences in their own right.
The Figmentz are the tightest six-piece outfit on the South Coast with an album of new original tunes about to be recorded, the brassy harmony driven band is red hot right now.
Garry Carson and Mojo always deliver, from hard driving rock to great originals, this trio is an absolute crowd favourite.
Lillian McVeity is quickly making a name for herself as a talented soloist. Her soulful vocals and guitar playing are truly a joy to hear.
Sam Stevenson's Don't Come Mondays will charm the audience with their great range of originals and covers specialising in great vocals and rich harmonies.
Alice Wiebe is another wonderful young soloist with a gentle style and a great career ahead of her.
SJA are delighted to have two wonderful young Indigenous performers to open the show. Nikea Hayes and Dre Wicks will treat you to some beautiful tunes to set the stage for this great afternoon and evening of music.
The Concert for Social Justices Advocates of the Sapphire Coast will be an amazing and uplifting experience.
Gates open at 2.15pm for 3pm start.
Limited seating is available or enjoy a great picnic atmosphere, bring a fold up chair or a rug.
This event is fully catered, so no BYO alcohol. Tickets at Trybooking.