World’s End Press headlining ‘Lost Children Found’ event in Melbourne this weekend!

Melbourne Music Week begins this week, meaning that the opening weekend is going to be spoiling music lovers for choice when it comes to the live music events strewn throughout the city. One special event occurring this weekend is Lost Children Found, run by The Lost Children’s Project on Saturday (November 14th). The fundraiser will be taking place at Melbourne’s Historic Meat Market from 3pm and will feature the likes of World’s End Press, Foreign/National and more performing right through until 10pm.

The event lines up with Melbourne Music Week’s Self-Made Initiative and is run by a young group of creatives, driven by a desire to enable change for the dire situations those in need currently suffer. They’ve teamed up with a variety of small businesses, musicians and artists for this one, with a percentage of the proceeds going towards a sustainable feeding program in Nakuru, Kenya.

A stellar cause, this event will see not only some great bands take to the stage, but the likes of Levi’s, Thunder Road Brewery, Starward Whiskey, Bang Bang Sweets, Rice n Dice and Ghost Patrol design also throwing their support behind Lost Children Found.

November 14th from 2:30pm (doors)
Purchase tickets via EventBrite.

World’s End Press
Neighbourhood Youth
Tiny Little Houses
The Hounds Homebound
Little Shock


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