Bands line up for variety gig
AMNESTY Stanthorpe Action Group (ASAG) is presenting its fourth annual Variety Concert featuring some of Stanthorpe’s best talent.
On Saturday, October 20, Too Much Fun, Dog Wood Three, Lee Williams, Heather Simpson and Mark Carter will fill Stanthorpe Little Theatre with music and songs, many of which are fresh and original.
“The Variety Concert is our annual fundraiser,” said ASAG president Peter Burton.
“While Amnesty is a serious cause, our Variety Concert is entertainment, an
opportunity to enjoy a special night out while supporting something important.
“For those who aren’t familiar with Amnesty, the role of Amnesty International is to defend universal human rights where they have been denied – for example, by arrest, detention, torture and punishment for expressing one’s rights, rights such as freedom of religion, speech, and seeking asylum from violence,” Mr Burton said.
The concert starts at 7pm. Please be seated early.
Tickets, available at the door, are $15 for adults, $10 concession and teens, and $5 for primary school age children.
Children under five are free.
Complementary refreshments will be available during intermission.
Too Much Fun: Jenny McCarthy, Rob Simcocks and David McCarthy.