This year’s Skate4Cancer Charity event featured two days of live music, Dj’s, Scooter, skate and Bmx competitions along with burgers on the Bar-b, and Jonathon Paul was there in the thick of it. We think our new main image of a local lad doing an aerial is pretty striking and captures the energy of Hereford’s youth who are happy to participate in the fundraising community.
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Catch Hereford’s next Charity all day punk festival at The Booth Hall July 8 from 12 pm to 1:30 am. This festival is in support of the charity started by music mogul Alan McGee, who managed notable bands including Oasis, Happy Mondays, Jesus and the Mary Chain and more. His charity – Musicians Against Homelessness – is a campaign taking place over the month of September mostly, with the exception of The Underground Revolution kicking off the fundraiser in Hereford July 8 – it’s quite an honour and we know eyes will be watching. Musicians Against Homelessness come together with music promoters around the country to raise funds for the homelessness charity
Musicians Against Homelessness come together with music promoters around the country to raise funds for the homelessness charity Crisis who tsupport families in vulnerable situations.
This is going to be an epic event for a good cause with our community of musicians coming together to raise the profile of this fundraiser. Donations during day lineup of your choice from noon until 6 pm (5 bands and poets…see black poster) and from 6 pm onwards entry is £7 (5 bands with amazing legends Culture Shock headlining..see red poster) You may remember some of the bands from the skate park charity event.
There will also be live artists creating art for auction, Polish street food for sale, Dj’s and plenty of good beer for sale. Bring your charitable punk hearts. Donations go directly to the charity.