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Sound of the Future

DO SOME GOOD. ✊?

Section 8 is teaming up with non-for-profit Sound of the Future and creative collective Montanasa to give a future to at-risk youth .

We're kicking off a day party fundraiser on the 17th of March, with live music, art and dance curated by Montanasa.

There'll be limited edition t-shirts & totes for sale designed by Digable Goods, with all proceeds going to support Sound of the Future's work encouraging creativity in young people in Melbourne's West through music and literacy programs.

Extra prizes to be won on the day.

• • • • • •

? MUSIC ?

Yaw Faso
Marze
Nate Yasa
Moey
Beau

? ART ?

Aki Yaguchi (Art)
Doc.G
Noah Ichi

? DANCE SHOWCASES ?

Burn City Krump
Young Masters Crew

• • • • • •

The event launches an ongoing collaboration between Section 8, Sound of the Future, Montanasa and Gravity Espresso. $1 from every coffee purchased at Section 8 from the 17th of March will go directly to helping Sound of the Future's continue their important work with kids in Melbourne's West, through music and literacy programs.

More information here: www.soundofthefuture.org

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1613187852106224/

More Info: https://ozclubbers.com.au/calendar/event/12036-sound-of-the-future/

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