WATER UNDER The Fridge, that’s the catchy name for the Tweed Flood Appeal Variety Concert to be held at Murwillumbah Civic Centre on Wednesday, May 3.
A cavalcade of stars are giving their talent and time to raise funds for the flood effort, with all proceeds going to the Mayor’s Flood Appeal.
Leading the charge is the rollicking Round Mountain Girls, one of the North Coast’s most popular live acts. Their version of bluegrass rock ‘n roll will get the whole crowd up and dancing.
They will be supported by the big, brassy sounds of the Brother Norton Band. Their powerful mix of blues, rock and funk will inspire the audience.
Multi-talented R&B soul sensations Mohini Cox and Phil Eizenberg are well known for their seamless version of cool, while roots/rock guitar maestro Jerome Williams will set the night alight.
Opera fans will delight at the performance of 12 vocalists from Opera Gold Coast and the musical magic of international cabaret artist Simone Nicole, Court & Spark, My Figment and many more entertainers will be on show at a night you will long remember.
The Water Under The Fridge action kicks off at 6.30pm on May 3 with plenty of food, drink and live music in the forecourt.
As this is a flood fundraising event, all artists and workers are donating their time, so concertgoers are urged to dig deep to help those affected by the Great Flood of 2017.
Water Under The Fridge – the Tweed Flood Appeal Variety Concert is a joint presentation by Rotary and Murwillumbah Theatre Company.
Tickets: $25, with no concessions. Tickets are available from Electronics Murwillumbah or online via www.facebook. com/waterunderthefridge.
Date: Wednesday, May 3 at 6.30pm
Where: Murwillumbah Civic Centre