Twelve hours of non-stop live music is planned March 14 at the Red Devil Park, Byron Bay.
It promises to feature some of the best local dance bands, performers and singers, who are all donating their skills and talents for this worthy cause.
Co-organiser and local musician Deidi Vine says, ‘This is my number one mission on planet Earth right now – I have decided to take on those sons of bitches that want to frack up my world!’
‘We’re coming together to raise money to support Lock the Gate, CSG-impacted people and other frontline activists tirelessly opposing the toxic mining for coal seam gas.’
Music will kick off with a call to country then run from 10am until 10pm.
Acts so far include Lisa Hunt, the Hottentots, the Dub Collective, the Swamp Cats, De Mudda Funkas, Positive Timing Posse, The Shooflys, the Camel Tones, the Year of the Deer, Guy Kachel, Deidi Vine, Joselai Morris, Megs ’n’ Mookz and Luke Vassella.