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Gotta Trim My Fringe

Gotta Trim My Fringe is a vibrant new show featuring local teenagers and young people in the expanded Murray Bridge Fringe 2020 program. 6pm Friday 28 February at The Station.

GOTTA Trim My Fringe is a vibrant new show featuring local teenagers and young people in the expanded Murray Bridge Fringe 2020 program.

Gotta Trim My Fringe will rock the town for one night only, 6pm to 9pm Friday 28 February at The Station, Murray Bridge.

This Council supported event is being coordinated by Youth Action Committee member Hannah Smith.
Ms Smith said the free all ages event would provide an opportunity for young people, on and off the stage, to let their hair down.
“The phrase Gotta Trim My Fringe is relevant for a lot of young people and we want it on everyone’s lips this summer, as they spread the word about this awesome event coming up for local youth,” she said.
“As music programs at The Station are expanding and the state of the art facilities are evolving, so is the talent we are uncovering - there are some amazing artists here.
“Murray Bridge Fringe is great opportunity for these kids to perform to a large appreciative crowd and they are ready to give it their all, so come along, enjoy a great night out and support them.”

Cahil Blakers (from Teenage Joans) will headline the show, supported by SASHA, Poets of Slam Society and Hip Hop Connect with brand new Adelaide based electro-pop-rapper Oc3anEyes as emcee.
Cut loose and experience the transcendental power of movement via music and dance when Dancing Room pumps out their killer tunes towards the end.

There is a no alcohol policy for this FREE all ages, family friendly event.

For more information contact Paul or Aiden on 8539 1157 and follow the event on Facebook at @thestationau

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Gotta Trim My Fringe Poster February 2020 web

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