ALL FOR A CAUSE
Whitsunday SESsions to be live streamed across the globe
THE whole world will be invited to the Whitsunday SESsions cyclone benefit concert this Saturday.
Whitsunday SESsions organiser Gavin Butlin said having the event live-streamed would offer people everywhere access to world class music, entertainment and interviews with those affected by Cyclone Debbie – all made possible thanks to support from Brisbane’s Festival TV.
Over 70 prizes will be on offer over the day, with auctions to be held for items over $200 and everything under $200 to be raffled.
Local SES controller Mark Connors said it was humbling to learn the SES would be beneficiaries from the concert.
He also said the entire SES crew had every reason to be proud of the work they achieved.
People are encouraged to bring along chairs, blankets, a hat and sunscreen for the all-day event, which runs from 10am-10pm this Saturday.
Tickets can be purchased online for $20 or at the gate on the day for $25.
Access the live stream via www.whitsunday-sessions -relief-concert.com.au for a cost of just $10.
IN TUNE: Gavin "Butto" Butlin, Rob Cole, Mark Connors and Kieran McCarthy (back) and Ellie Hanlon, Courtney Anderson, Daniel Moss, Leigh Munro and Troy Jones (front) are ready to rock for Whitsunday SESsions.
STREAMING: Anyone in the world can live stream Whitsunday SESsions for $10.