On Saturday the 16th of April, the grounds of Authenticity will be a buzz on festival excitement.
We will be co-hosting our very own mini-festival to help raise funds and awareness for The Sindhu Development Foundation 2015. The charity which was founded last year, aims to help rebuild the town of Mankha, Nepal after the devastating Nepalese earthquakes.
Thanks to the two local event organisers, Joss Stephens and Keeley Reynolds for bringing their vision to the Authenticity location.
The event will take place at 4pm on April the 16th and at this stage will be featuring music from The Cherry Pickers, instrumentals from Littlefish and the local folk duo, Lewis and Lilly.
The mini-festival will also be showcasing local art and produce through our silent auction, raffle and stall in which all proceeds will be going directly to the foundation. We will also have nourishing food, and not so nourishing drinks available from our vegetarian café!
We ask you to join us for a magical evening celebrating our local creative culture in a vibrant music and arts festival whilst we raise much needed funds for the town of Mankha. So grab your picnic rug and let’s come together to support a struggling community overseas whilst we celebrate ours.
Tickets are limited and available for $25 at Moshtix!
Kids under 12 free!