Benefit Concert to make a real impact in Noosa
Noosa will explode with 6 massive hours of music at the Noosa Bicentennial Hall on June 2nd with Amped Out, a concert consisting of 8 local acts of National fame kicking off at 5pm.
Amped Out sprouted from the minds of Belinda Jordan and Sarah McMullin, two 17 year olds from Noosa, who have developed the concert with the intent purpose of providing local youth with quality entertainment in a safe environment and in turn, benefit the entire community.
Amped Out seeks to bring youth together through music and in turn give support to RSPCA and Cure Cancer Australia. As well as the monetary support going to these charities, PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) and the Vegetarian and Vegan Society of Queensland will have representatives at the event promoting healthy eating to the young attendees.
The event will be headlined by the nationally successful Sunshine Coast band, DrawCard. After recently performing to a 10,000 strong crowd at Taste of Chaos Tour at Brisbane Entertainment Centre, and backing this up with performances at Gold Coast Parklands (10,000ppl), RNA Showgrounds (20,000ppl), along with an onslaught of shows in between, DrawCard are a hard working band that won't stop at anything to get themselves heard.
DrawCard will be supported by Gunsmith Johnny, Bad Day Down, A Cause To Unite, Half Cycle, Wingspan, Silence is Deafening and Giants over the falls. All the bands are extremely honoured at the opportunity to play at such a worthwhile event and provide local youth with cheap entertainment at the same time.
Amped Out is an all-ages event. Doors open at 4pm and cost of entry is $10 at the door.