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Graveyard Train - Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Graveyard Train - Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Graveyard Train To Join Adilita For Reclink Community Cup

by Paul Cashmere on May 29, 2015

in Live,News

Melbourne’s Graveyard Train have been described as “Crazed men making music the only way crazed men can”. On June 21, the “crazed men” will perform at the Reclink Community Cup in Elsternwick.

The Reclink Community Cup is Melbourne’s annual independent football clash between the Rockdogs and RRR and PBS team The MegaHertz. The full line-up of the Reclink Community Cup was revealed this morning with RRR FM and PBS FM.

As well as a day of football the line-up will feature:

Adalita
Graveyard Train
Pearls
The Public Opinion Afro Orchestra

As a special treat for families with kids, Ally Spazzy’s Kiddyrock and the Cool Bananas will play some rock and roll jam sessions at the start of the day.

Reclink Community Cup details

Food and beverages available on the day; Lots of kids activities.
Entry is $15 for adults; $5 for children under 16.

Tickets:
Oztix presales at www.oztix.com.au on sale from Friday 29th May Stay tuned for more details.

2015 Reclink Community Cup

Sunday 21st June
Rockdogs Vs Triple R 102.7FM / PBS 106.7FM Megahertz Elsternwick Park
Limited parking – Use public transport Melways Ref 67 E3 (5 min walk from Elsternwick Train Station)
Gates open 12 noon
Live music kicks off from 12 noon
Adults – $15 Kids under 16 – $5
No BYO – No Glass

Reclink Australia, Triple R 102.7FM and PBS 106.7FM acknowledges the support of the 2015 Reclink Community Cup partners: James Boags Draught, Bayside City Council and Victorian Amateur Football Association.

For more information on the 2015 Reclink Community Cup visit:

www.communitycup.com.au
www.facebook.com/reclinkcommunitycup
www.facebook.com/ReclinkAustralia
twitter.com/melbcommcup

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