The Reclink Community Cup national roadshow is hitting Brisbane for the fourth consecutive year as part of the national Community Cup tour, taking place on Sunday, 28 July at the Everton Wolves JAFC ground in Enogerra Memorial Park, Enoggera.
The two sides involved on the day – the Rocking Horses (musicians) and the Brisbane Lines (community radio/media) – feature players from a diverse array of Brisbane bands including The Church, Powderfinger, Violent Soho, Dead Letter Circus, Yes You, Sweater Curse, Tape/Off, and Flangipanis pitted against a motley ensemble of 4ZZZ stalwarts, media moguls (including reps from ABC Radio and Double J), street press staff and industry professionals from businesses such as Dew Process, Oztix and QMusic (to name but a few), it is sure to be a great game!
Don’t miss the live performances by Shag Rock, Charlie & The Clangers, plus members of The Creases, Hatchie, Sweater Curse, and Babaganouj!
With the Rocking Horses trailing 2-1 after successive triumphant victories by their Brisbane Lines counterparts there’s a lot of pride on the line for all involved.
Come down for a great day of footy, community spirit, live music, food trucks, bars and fundraising! PLEASE NOTE: Children Under 12 can enter FREE
Stay tuned to find out about pre-game functions and after-parties on our Brisbane Reclink Community Cup Facebook or Instagram page
Live performances by Shag Rock, Charlie & The Clangers, plus members of The Creases, Hatchie, Sweater Curse, and Babaganouj!
Stay tuned to find out more about line up, pre-game functions and after-parties on our Brisbane Reclink Community Cup facebook page or join the facebook eventTickets will available now via 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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