Jelly Mammoth, Social Haunts, The Kite Machine and more lead Trash Fest, Geelong’s new one-day event raising funds for cancer care
06.05.2022

Jelly Mammoth, Social Haunts, The Kite Machine and more lead Trash Fest, Geelong’s new one-day event raising funds for cancer care

Social Haunts and The Kite Machine

Proceeds from the day will go directly to the Andrew Love Cancer Centre.

Barwon Health’s Andrew Love Cancer Centre and Cancer Services is a comprehensive, integrated service providing world-class cancer care for adults across the Victorian Southwest region.

To improve the patient experience for people undergoing cancer treatment at Barwon Health’s Andrew Love Cancer Centre, Geelong’s beloved Barwon Club Hotel is putting on a stellar one-day event to raise some vital funds for the local cancer treatment centre.

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Going down on Sunday, May 29, Trash Fest is the newest event to add to your gig calendar, bringing together a bunch of brilliant local acts.

Kicking off at 1:30pm, the stage will be graced by the delightfully soulful singer-songwriter and self-confessed rambler Hassall, blues extraordinaire Alister Turrill, post-punk outfit Tommy Dynamite & The Explosions, and Matt Bourke and the Delusional Drunks who are renowned for their blend of dirty, blues-driven rock ‘n’ roll. Elsewhere on the bill you’ll find Sun Kings, Astroturfs, plus the prog-inflected rock band The Kite Machine.

Co-headlining the festival are Geelong punk rockers Social Haunts, who are sure to bring the old school punk vibes to the stage, and Jelly Mammoth, who have built a reputation for their fast, raw riffs, with fun on-stage antics with the aim to create as much live chaos as possible, and generate a large intense sound.

All proceeds from the day will go directly to the Andrew Love Cancer Centre.

Tickets are on sale now for $35 plus the booking fee, or $40 on the door unless sold out prior. Purchase here.

 

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Rally your pals, this is one event not-to-be-missed. Plus, it’s for a really, really good cause.

For more info, head to the Facebook event page here