Canned Tunes presents: NOISE EATER - the second ‘food-for-entry’ charity gig project in aid of Brighton Food Bank on 8th March at Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, Brighton.
Described as “A truly innovative way of linking killer live bands with a practical solution of frontline charity” ‘Canned Tunes Presents: NOISE EATER’ operates a simple concept of ‘food-for-entry’.
While we also accept money on the door, we encourage everyone to bring a set amount of canned (non-perishable food) / toiletry donations on the door (which will be donated straight to BFB) to gain entry to the event!
Between the 1st April 2016 and 31st March 2017 the UK food bank trust (Trussell Food Bank Network) provided 1,182,954 three day emergency food packages to people in crisis, 436,938 of these going to children. This is the unfortunate state of Britain today, and shows just how relevant and important organisations such as Brighton Food Bank are to the alleviation of modern poverty.
Join us on the 8th March at Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar to say a collective fuck you to ‘food bank Britain’ all while getting your freak on to Brighton’s best…
7.30 - 10pm
Entry: £3 worth of Canned food / toiletry donations or £3 OTD
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