Good guys Ocean Alley have today launched their new charity mini-festival, A Day For The Beaches. The event will take place at Narrabeen’s Rat Park on Saturday, 16th November and is set to be a drug and alcohol free, all-ages event.
Curated by the Northern Beaches natives themselves, the day will have live music, local art, food trucks, markets and more.
One Eighty are a grassroots organisation by young people, for young people. They aim to empower communities to make meaningful strides and efforts towards the prevention of youth suicide. Ocean Alley have today announced that they are officially ambassadors of the charity.
The Cerebral Palsy Alliance is an organisation that raises funds for essential equipment, therapies and research for those diagnosed with the disorder. The Ocean Alley boys have teamed up with the CPA before.
Physical accessibility will be a huge focal point of the mini-festival, with dedicated wheelchair access into the event and an accessible viewing platform for the main stage.
They’ve enlisted a stellar local cast of musos to help them raise money for these two charities, and it’s set to be a fantastic day. They’ve nabbed fellow Northern Beaches boys Dear Seattle, Eagle Eye Jones, Stumps and more.
Check out the full lineup and details below.
Eagle Eye Jones
Monkey Knife Fight
A Day For The Beaches
Saturday, 16th November
Rat Park, Narrabeen