We Need To Pay The Rent – The Tote 71 Johnston Street (Cnr Johnston and Wellington St), Collingwood

by the partae
We need to Pay The Rent. “Support spaces you aren’t needed in” is an idea we, as colonial so-called Australians, should be striving to execute. We live on Kulin Nation land, we work on Kulin Nation land, and now we shall party on Kulin Nation land to raise funds for Warriors of the Aboriginal Resistance - WAR. Featuring a huge bunch of established and emerging artists from the local talent pool with huge hearts and even huger stage presence donating their time and energy to the cause. All we need now is you! Come one, come all, share a beer, lend an ear and help us raise some much deserved coin for the folks at WAR. Tunes until the wee hours of the AM! LINEUP: Billy Cart (First show!) The Belair Lip Bombs Erin Will Be Mad Hannah Kate Face Face Kandalini Lemmy Crash LOST TALK No Sister Numbat The Pretty Littles Prickle Quirky King & The Song Machine (Porpoise Spit DJ set) Soft Taco Sordid Ordeal UTE ROOT WÜRST NÜRSE Tickets $19+bf, $25 on the door if there are any left! Anyone identifying as ATSI who would like a free or discounted ticket, please contact us and we will make that happen. ALSO huge thanks to Curran James for the incredible artwork, his skills can be applied to your skin at EAST BRUNSWICK TATTOOS ----------- We acknowledge that this event and all the work we do as musicians and organisers takes place on the stolen land of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. No treaty has ever been signed and sovereignty has never been ceded. We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging and thank them for their relentless work. We pledge to do better. -------------- The Tote is not a completely accessible venue however if you have concerns about accessing this event (financially, physically or otherwise) please contact us and we will find a solution that fits you. -------------- This is a zero tolerance space for sexual harassment, racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia or any other form of bigotry. If you feel uncomfortable at any point please approach Tote staff, an organiser or a band member.

We need to Pay The Rent.

“Support spaces you aren’t needed in” is an idea we, as colonial so-called Australians, should be striving to execute. We live on Kulin Nation land, we work on Kulin Nation land, and now we shall party on Kulin Nation land to raise funds for Warriors of the Aboriginal Resistance – WAR. Featuring a huge bunch of established and emerging artists from the local talent pool with huge hearts and even huger stage presence donating their time and energy to the cause. All we need now is you! Come one, come all, share a beer, lend an ear and help us raise some much deserved coin for the folks at WAR.

Tunes until the wee hours of the AM!

LINEUP:
Billy Cart (First show!)
The Belair Lip Bombs
Erin Will Be Mad
Hannah Kate
Face Face
Kandalini
Lemmy Crash
LOST TALK
No Sister
Numbat
The Pretty Littles
Prickle
Quirky King & The Song Machine (Porpoise Spit DJ set)
Soft Taco
Sordid Ordeal
UTE ROOT
WÜRST NÜRSE

Tickets $19+bf, $25 on the door if there are any left!
Anyone identifying as ATSI who would like a free or discounted ticket, please contact us and we will make that happen.

ALSO huge thanks to Curran James for the incredible artwork, his skills can be applied to your skin at EAST BRUNSWICK TATTOOS
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We acknowledge that this event and all the work we do as musicians and organisers takes place on the stolen land of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. No treaty has ever been signed and sovereignty has never been ceded. We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging and thank them for their relentless work. We pledge to do better.
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The Tote is not a completely accessible venue however if you have concerns about accessing this event (financially, physically or otherwise) please contact us and we will find a solution that fits you.
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This is a zero tolerance space for sexual harassment, racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia or any other form of bigotry. If you feel uncomfortable at any point please approach Tote staff, an organiser or a band member.

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