After a spectacular sold-out debut in 2020, A CARRY 4 COINS will return in February 2021 for a very special night.
Featuring (in alphabetical order) → Barkaa, Camp Cope, Emily Wurramara, Mo’ju, Tia Gostelow, WAAX, and more to be announced.
AC4C was launched in February 2020 as a reaction to the 2019 Australian Bushfires and the need for community aid and support. As a result of the successful 2020 edition and launch, A Carry 4 Coins will be launching in 2021 as an annual event and fundraising initiative for social causes impacting communities that require support, with each annual edition addressing a different cause.
In 2021, AC4C will be supporting Black Rainbow, an organisation and social enterprise in pursuit of the health, wellbeing and suicide prevention of the national Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander LGBTQIA+ community, and a collective* of heroic Transgender Women of Colour working within their community to raise funds for gender affirmation surgery. *for community safety the identity of the collective remains undisclosed.
Be sure to follow us on Instagram and Facebook for live updates – @acarry4coins
The Fortitude Music Hall is a wheelchair accessible venue, the main auditorium is located on the Brunswick Street Mall level (ground floor). There is a lift located for the mezzanine level and our staff will be able to assist you to your designated area. There are wheelchair amenities available on both levels, and companion cards are accepted. Please advise Ticketmaster when booking. Please email email@example.com for further information.
HEALTH & SAFETY:
This event will proceed based on government advice in place at the time of the event. A Carry 4 Coins’ priority is to meet the highest level of health and safety protocols throughout the event. COVID-19 safety plans have been prepared and we are in communication with relevant authorities.
A Carry 4 Coins acknowledge the Turrbal and Yugara as the owners of the land on which we operate, where sovereignty was never ceded. We pay our respects to their elders — past, present & emerging — and stand in solidarity with their ongoing resistance against colonisation.