UK radio show champions mental health for punks, sets off on Australian tour across three cities.
UK’s Punk AF radio hosts, Paul Hammond and his daughter Jessie, are heading to Australia this July for a punk extravaganza! They’ll host three gigs across Sydney, Brisbane, and Melbourne, featuring 16 incredible bands.
Dubbed ‘Punks For Mental Health,’ these events are all about giving back, with proceeds going to Lifeline Australia.
Punk AF Radio took off during the COVID-19 pandemic and now reaches a global audience, broadcasting on 22 stations worldwide. They’ve got punk covered from the UK and the USA to Canada, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Spain, France, and Austria. Plus, catch their live worldwide broadcast every Friday on Mixcloud.
July 15th – Sydney Moshpit
Bands – Topnovil, Crash & The Crapenters, The Dark Clouds, The Strike Outs,
July 22nd Brisbane – Tomcat
Bands – Serial Killer Dinner Party, Dadfight, Kombi Killers, Square Tugs, Buckled, The Dangermen, Tokyo Beef
July 29th Melbourne – Bendigo Hotel
Bands – In The Esky, The Half Pints, All Hope Remains, Forklift Assassins, Vicious Blonde.
In it’s 10th year, the Doc’N Roll Film Festival is celebrating a decade of inspiring, entertaining and vital films about the musicians we love.
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