FPRA to stage benefit concert for victims of Australian bushfires

FPRA to stage benefit concert for victims of Australian bushfires

By Vilisi Nawaqatabu
Friday 10/01/2020

The Fiji Performing Rights Association has announced they will be having a benefit concert for the fire victims in Australia.

This will be held at Sukuna Park on the 25th of this month.

The concert will be called the ‘Fiji 4 Australia Fire Concert’ and it will begin at 11 am and finish at 6 pm.

They are hoping to have 14 bands perform at the concert however no names have been confirmed as of yet.

They are calling on people to come and donate towards the victims of the bushfires in Australia.

Meanwhile, they will also have a dinner function at Holiday Inn on  the 23rd of this month to raise funds for the bushfire victims and  hold a vigil on the 26th of this month.

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