CLARKEFIELD MUSIC FESTIVAL Sunday 18th March 2012 12 noon to 10 pm
The First Annual Clarkefield Music Festival will see some of Australia’s finest musicians join forces for a common cause, as they raise money to help assist children and their families living in poverty in Cambodia. All money raised on the day will go directly to building a new school for over one thousand children in the Kampong Thom province of Cambodia.
The Festival will feature renowned musicians Kim Salmon, Nick Barker, Hope Addicts, Dead River Deeps, James McCann, Brother Johnstone, Saint Jude and Jeb Cardwell.
Set on a vast grassy green lawn, surrounded by paddocks, trees, old wagons and the beautiful old bluestone buildings of The Clarkefield Hotel (Coach and Horses Inn, 1857), it’s the most surreal and ideal place to lay down a rug, sip a cold beer and enjoy some of the finest music the country has to offer. With BBQ food, cold drinks, a jumping castle, good friends and great music, it’s a perfect way to spend a Sunday and raise some much needed funds to help the lovely people of Cambodia.
“The Cambodian Kids Foundation is a not for profit organisation and a registered Cambodian NGO. Our foundation aims to educate and empower the people of Cambodia through a number of projects that ensure maximum sustainability and success”. (Cambodian Kids website)
VENUE: The Clarkefield Pub (Coach and Horses Inn)
50 Station St, Clarkefield
(100m from Clarkefield Train Station on the Bendigo line, 30min from Melbourne CBD)
DATE: Sunday 18th march 2012
TIME: 12 midday – 10pm
COST: $20, Under 12’s Free
Tickets at the gate
==>No BYO, drinks at bar prices<==