The Reclink Community Cup national roadshow is coming to Brisbane as the second leg of a seven capital city tour across Australia this year with local teams the Brisbane Lines and the Rocking Horses facing off at Bending Bank Oval, Hickey Park in Wilston Grange on Sunday July 29th.
The obvious, but one and unique feature of the Brisbane Reclink Community Cup is that it brings people together on a collective journey, as if to say yes, I am here once more. It’s not who you are, or what you do, or where you live, or how you dress that matters. It’s everyday people coming together to celebrate equality, diversity and community that counts.
It’s when Brisbane’s politicians, community radio stars and local musicians connect and come together to help Reclink Australia raise much needed funds that enable us to deliver sport, recreation and arts programs, which make a huge difference to the lives of the neediest in our community. Programs that foster self-confidence, fight isolation, develop skills, establish connections and lasting friendship.
This year’s theme is based on the iconic Sly & The Family Stone song ‘Everyday People’. There will be plenty of live music on the day as well as footy, with Mad Macka from the Cosmic Psychos, Requin, Marville, and DJ Sad Dad!
The annual match is heading to Brisbane for the third time after becoming a staple in the calendar of sports and music lovers in Melbourne since 1993 to raise money for Reclink Australia’s work with disadvantaged communities.PLEASE NOTE: Children Under 5 can enter FREE
Stay tuned to find out about pre-game functions and after-parties on our Brisbane Reclink Community Cup Facebook page
To purchase tickets, head over to Oztix
We are proud to announce this year will feature Mad Macka from the Cosmic Psychos, Requin, Marville, and DJ Sad Dad!
And stay tuned to find out about pre-game functions and after-parties on our Brisbane Reclink Community Cup facebook pageTo purchase tickets, head over to Oztix
Since 1993 the Melbourne Reclink Community Cup has attracted the who’s who of the radio and music industries that give their time (and bruises) to raise awareness and funds for Australia’s most disadvantaged.
From humble beginnings in 1993, the Melbourne event now attracts more than 10,000 people and raises more than $150,000 for Reclink Australia annually.
The event’s success has been replicated in Sydney, Adelaide, and Fremantle, with Hobart and Brisbane joining the party for 2016 and Canberra in 2017.
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