The joyous healing power of music will transport audiences when the Rhythms of Life concert takes the stage at the Quarry Amphitheatre, City Beach, on Saturday 12 March, in aid of the Children’s Leukaemia & Cancer Research Foundation (CLCRF).
Be inspired by world-class entertainers putting their heart and soul into their performances, featuring:
- The Steve Hensby Band – a renowned nine-piece ensemble covering a selection of funk, soul, and pop classics, with a sprinkling of originals thrown into their infectious mix. This force of nature features a healthy sized horn section, are very danceable and have been likened to the Cat Empire.
- The Rose Parker Band – dreamy songs of passion, longing and celebration with a summery vibe from one of the West’s most beloved and original indie-folk maestros.
All proceeds from the Rhythms of Life concert support the brilliant work of the CLCRF, raising vital funds for research into childhood cancers. Also supporting families as they negotiate the challenges of their kids living with cancer.
It’s been a tough couple of years for the CLCRF family, with COVID forcing the cancellation of its last two fundraising concerts. The Rhythms of Life concert sees a triumphant return, with a smorgasbord of tunes that you’re sure to recognise. Performed by some of the West’s favourite sons and daughters you’ll be up dancing or singing along or enjoying your dinner on a CLCRF picnic blanket entranced by the power of their marvellous music.
The concert brings together the charity’s many supporters in an uplifting atmosphere of fun and, yes, celebration.
- When: Saturday, 12 March, 2022
- Time: Gates open at 6pm for a 6.30 start
- Where: The Quarry Amphitheatre, City Beach, Perth WA
- Tickets: Book now
$55 per adult (bring your picnic blankets or fold-up, low-back chairs – or purchase inflatable chairs and picnic blankets on site to support the Foundation)
- VIP Tickets: Be quick! $200 buys two adult tickets in the first four rows of the amphitheatre, picnic blanket, two inflatable seats, eski bag, and two stemmed wine glasses.
Cancer is the leading cause of death from disease in Australian children, with close to 1,000 children and adolescents (0-19) diagnosed every year. CLCRF receives no government funding, relying instead on community support – especially through events such as Rhythm of Life.
CLCRF has been funding vital research into childhood cancers, leukaemias and brain tumours for over forty years and have a commitment to ensure the ground-breaking research they fund today will have a positive impact on our children of tomorrow, where no life is cut short by childhood cancers.