FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - SEPTEMBER 26, 2005
Young Professionals for Charity (YP4C) have just announced details of Afterglo, the after party to their inaugural Charity Globall, to kick off at midnight 1st October in the spectacular Atlantic South Wharf.
Leading the Afterglo charge will be Australia's favourite Latino party band, Combo la Revalacion and superstar DJ Simon Digby. They will be joining a roll call of fabulous Globall entertainment, including the ever-funky Trojan Horns, Custom Kings, Liz Stringer, DJ Fiona Scott-Norman, Rob Draper and soprano Jacqueline Porter.
Globall promises to be a ball like no other—acrobats, fire twirlers, opera singers, can-can dancers and roving performers will be spread across the three levels of the Melbourne Aquarium—with all profits being donated to Oxfam Australia, the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre, beyondblue and Child Wise.
"The only way we could think to cap off such a huge night was with even more fantastic live bands and a party till dawn,” said Tim Stitz, YP4C's event director.
"With Afterglo open to the public, even those who missed out on a Globall ticket can join in our ‘music festival in a suit'” he said. "That we've sold out our first event and look set to smash our $50,000 target is a huge result.”
Young Professionals for Charity (YP4C, www.yp4c.org.au) is a new non-profit organisation founded in 2005 by a group of 50 young professionals who decided to turn the goodwill and admirable intentions of their peers into direct financial and volunteer support for Melbourne-based charities.
Entry to Afterglo (Atlantic South Wharf, from midnight on Saturday, 1 October 2005) is $10 on the door, but free for all Globall attendees. Tickets to Globall have now sold out.
For more information contact Shelley McCuaig at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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