A night of music to raise money for MS charity
A night of metal music has been planned in Bristol to raise money for local charity BrAMS (Bristol Avon Multiple Sclerosis) which helps people with MS across the South West and the rest of the UK.
The event, which is being held at The Cooler Nightclub kicks off at 4pm on Sunday 29 August 2010, is being organised by local band Hope Remains Lost’s bassist Damien Chaney (Two Step Promotions) and Mediumhead Promotions and will be host to a variety of local talent.
Damien Chaney, said: “My mum has MS and attends the BrAMS centre so I know what a great job they do at the centre at Frenchay.
“BrAMS relies solely on donations which makes it even more important to try and raise as much money for them as possible.
“We’ve got loads of bands from Bristol coming to play at the event including headliners Evita who are currently completing their summer tour for their recent album.”
There will be eight bands playing which include local bands; Out of Bounds, Bury The Archive and No Guts No Glory.
There will also be a chance to win some top prizes in the raffle including two tickets to see Asking Alexandria, 2 tickets to see The Architects, £500 worth of Art Prints courtesy of Art-el gallery, a Bristol rugby shirt signed by the team, £100 tattoo, a night for two at Bristol Ibis with evening dinner and loads more on the night.
Tickets are just £5 and you can get them from The Bristol Ticket Shop, Union Street. The event is strictly over 14s and will start at 4pm and finish at 11pm.