Rock’n’roll and research collide at the Child Cancer Research Foundation’s Family Night Out on Sunday 22 October at Fairbridge Village Oval in Pinjarra.
Dress up in your best ’80s attire and get ready to embark on a nostalgic journey as we revisit the greatest hits from the biggest blockbusters of the era, performed by The VHS Pirates. This one-of-a-kind event promises to be a feast for the ears and eyes, combining classic 80s tunes with the ultimate flashbacks on screen.
Featuring an all-star band fronted by Western Australia’s own Courtney Murphy, a fan favourite from Australian Idol, and joined by the talented Michael DeGrussa, known for his work with Eskimo Joe, this event promises a night of unforgettable performances.
With fun children’s activities such as face painting and a bouncy castle, this event is one that the whole family will enjoy. Plus, kids are free!
This concert will wrap up the Child Cancer Research Foundation’s Cycle for a Cure event, the bike ride going the distance for children with cancer. All proceeds made from the event will go towards childhood cancer research, so that more children can live the long and fulfilling lives they deserve.