Light Of Day Winter Gigs
MORE than 20 bands and solo artists are set to roll into cafes, restaurants and bars of Ocean Grove next month for the fifth annual Light of Day Australia Winter Gigs, raising funds and awareness in the fight against Parkinson’s Disease.
Headlining the Antipodean leg of what is part of an international campaign will be celtic rockers Claymore, Joe Creighton, Jimi Hocking, Kite Machine, 10 High Fly, Dreamboogie, Gallie and Sweet Felicia.
Also appearing this year will be the Wayne Jury Four, the Big Bash Band, Liam Gerner, SoulEstate, Princess Planet, Zeffa, Jarrod Shaw, We the Radio, Saoirse and Hey Mammoth.
The Ocean Grove shows are on Friday June 22 and Saturday June 23 with music playing simultaneously at the Piping Hot Chicken and Burger Grill, the Driftwood Café, Maggies Bar and the Olive Pit Delicatessen, all of which are in the Terrace, from 6pm.
Parkinson’s disease is a progressive, degenerative neurological condition that affects a person’s control of their body movements. In Australia, it affects 80,000 people with 32 people being diagnosed every day.
Based research by Deloitte approximately one in every 340 people in Australia lives with Parkinson’s disease.
Tickets are available via trybooking.com, details at www.lightofdayaustralia.com, You can also like and follow the facebook page lightofdayaustralia or follow on instagram for regular updates.
Friday, 22 June 2018