Preview :: A Common Thought @ MUM

Posted by: Beth Dalgleish

Posted: 19 October 2012

Here at FBi, we are big fans of a good cause. And we’re really big fans of a good party. Often it feels like the two can’t quite reconcile – the hangover that accompanies the spending of your rent money on Jager bombs often doesn’t make you feel like a useful addition to society. HOWEVER: tonight at The World Bar, all can be redeemed… with a killer live soundtrack to boot.

Local not-for-profit all-round-good-guys A Common Thought are putting on an event at MUM at the World Bar, bringing together great live music, great people and great charity. As they put it, “the spirit of Live Aid has landed in The Cross“.

A Common Thought encourages all those who have never poured a cocktail from a teapot, never been inside a former brothel, and can’t seem to get enough live music to come along! Local bands on the night include The Peep Tempel, Sea Legs, Captain of the Push, Bec & Ben, King Colour and a heap of DJs. They’ve told us that the party has more promise than a Spice Girls Comeback tour… we’re not sure if that’s a good thing or not, but its sure worth coming down to check out.

Proceeds from this event will support the Abhilasha School – a charity for multiply handicapped children in Chattisgarh, India – as well as contributing to a charity a bit closer to home. ACT is proud to assist The Fred Hollows Foundation in helping Australia Close the Gap and bring better health standards and facilities to Indigenous Australians.

It’s going to be a great night for a great cause. And entry is FREE if you attend right here on Facebook!

 

SOMETHING FOR YOUR TASTEBUDS:

THE PEEP TEMPEL:

SEA LEGS:

What: A Common Thought take over MUM @ The World Bar

Who: The Peep Tempel, Sea Legs, Bec & Ben, Captain of the Push, King Colour, Cabins DJs, Post Paint DJs + Mum DJs

When: Friday 19 October, 7pm til late

Where: The World Bar, 24 Bayswater Rd, Kings Cross

How much: FREE before 10PM if you RSVP here

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