The venue will donate 100 per cent of proceeds to Victorian wildlife organisations.
In the wake of the recent bushfires which devastated parts of regional Victoria and caused great detriment to wildlife populations across the state, The Bergy Seltzer has teamed up with some of Brunswick’s finest acts to throw a bushfire benefit next month.
Featuring live music, poetry and DJs, Bushfire Benefit at the Berg will see the Brunswick watering hole host the evening’s entertainment across two stages for the first time ever.
Leading the bill comes grunge outfit Castilles, joined by party blues purveyors Pam Salmon, emo folk trio No/Trauma, nurse punk quintet WÜRST NÜRSE, and dream rockers SheOak, alongside sets from Gemma O’Connor, Jess Ludlow, and DJ Mr Sharp.
In addition to the slate of live music and entertainment, The Bergy Seltzer will also be running a raffle on the night, featuring incredible prizes from local businesses including East Brunswick Tattoos, Three Phase Rehearsal Studios, Greener House and more to be announced.
All proceeds from tickets – excluding booking fees – as well as raffle sales, donation buckets and ten per cent of bar sales will be donated to Kangaloola Wildlife Shelter Inc., Animal Rescue Cooperative (ARC), Wallabia Wildlife Shelter, Goongerah Wombat Orphanage, Raymond Island Koala & Wildlife Shelter Inc., and Mallacoota Wildlife Shelter.
Favouring wildlife organisations and animal shelters based in East Gippsland, Mallacoota and North East Victoria, Bushfire Benefit at the Berg is truly a case of a local community banding together to help neighbours in need.
It’s happening at The Bergy Seltzer on Friday February 7. Tickets are $10+BF via Moshtix.