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Chalkfest – get excited!!

Chalkfest – get excited!!


Chalkfest and Youngcare join forces

Brisbane entrepreneur and owner of the Chalk Hotel Jason Titman has always believed in making a contribution to society aligning himself and the Chalk Hotel with many local, Brisbane, and national charities. Towards the end of 2009, Jason had the vision of putting together a music event called Chalkfest, that is designed to bring together some great Brisbane bands in an indoor festival environment. Along with this idea he saw the opportunity to involve Australia’s largest growing charity Youngcare. Jason says “I saw the opportunity to assist raising awareness through live music whilst working to raise funds to aid Youngcare in its goal to deliver quality care for young Australians. Youngcare gives back dignity and hope and that’s why they have our ongoing support”.

Chalk Hotel is offering an experience that no other hotel in Brisbane is offering in 2010. Chalkfest will be located within the 4 zones of Chalk Hotel, featuring 3 stages of music with turf laid out throughout the venue to create that true festival experience, “We are going all out dirt & all, just to make your festival experience come alive”. ChalkFest off with kick off with a bang! Literally! On Sunday 24th January Philadelphia Grand Jury, Numbers Radio and many more Australian artist’s will perform a booming set and come together with Youngcare to help raise funds for young Australians with high care needs. Jason says “music is about celebration of life and what better time than the Australia Day weekend for us to come together in support for this vital cause”. Chalkfest is set to be a regular event on the Chalk Hotel calendar and has some impressive line ups set to blow you away in 2010 “it’s going to be rock solid full of Brisbaneand Australia’s best rock bands, as well as some of the country’s hip hop, breaks, funk and dance acts”.

For tickets visit MoshTix at www.moshtix.com.au or through Moshtix outlets such as Rocking Horse Records, Butter Beats, Kill The Music, The Music Shop & Atlantis. Tickets are selling fast and a limited number of tickets will be available at the door on the day.

Or to learn more about Youngcare or to donate funds and support please go to www.youngcare.com.au.

Yours in design,


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