Held on July 11 in the new $6.5m Thebarton Hub Community Centre, guests will be greeted on arrival by a red carpet and champagne entertainer in what is set to be a fun and interactive night out. There will be sensational music by Adelaide band The Cast and vocals by Cat Southern (pictured), great prizes, raffles and a silent auction.
Serafino Wines and Adelaide Hills Cider will be on offer and all proceeds from the evening will go towards assisting South Australian disadvantaged youth.
The event has been put together by a committee of volunteers who aim to raise $10,000.
Young Variety Chair, Josh Pugh, says the event is a highlight of their fundraising year.
“This is a great night, it is very relaxed, lots of fun and all proceeds go to help disadvantaged South Australian youth, what more could you want?” he said.
Variety SA CEO Mark McGill echoed Josh’s sentiments.
“The Young Variety Rockwiz is a wonderful opportunity for the next generation to support children in need, while having a great time,” he said.
One such child is nine year old Jacob Kaltapanidis who was born prematurely and endured brain, heart and abdominal surgery before the age of six. He lives with Global Development Delay and is a talented drummer who will also entertain guests on the evening.
Tickets are available online and are selling fast, to book or find out more head to yvariety.com.au/rockwiz .
Young Variety is a young professionals networking group for 18-40 year olds with a purpose to not only raise funds for Variety but to assist our members in developing professionally, personally and philanthropically.
Tickets available at www.yvariety.com.au/rockwiz
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