music broth summer gig

Saturday 27 July, 2019 at  7.30 p.m.

Ice Box Arts and Music Centre, St Lukes Business Estate, Glasgow G5 0TS

A celebration of great music and community spirit at the Ice Box Music and Arts Centre in association with The New Hellfire Club.

Exciting and energy-packed line-up of local bands including Calum Ingram, Gravelle & Ghost Baby.

It’s BYOB at the club, so bring a bottle (small corkage fee applies).

This charity fundraiser gig is an opportunity to raise money to continue delivering accessible music based workshops and music learning opportunities for those in the community who would benefit most. Also looking to raise money to support Music Broth’s repair and maintenance of unused and unwanted musical instrument donations. This will help to increase access to musical instruments within the community. If you can’t make it to the gig then support via GoFundMe page.

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About Music Broth

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Music Broth is Scotland’s 1st Musical Instrument & Equipment Library.
‘As a social enterprise and charitable organisation our aim is to improve access to musical instruments and equipment for everyone. Our mission is to create opportunities for anyone to pursue their musical ventures and express themselves creatively. To achieve this we have accepted in over 500 musical instrument and equipment donations from the community. Our team of volunteers support us to carry out necessary repair and maintenance on our library instruments, deliver music based programmes to those who benefit most, support musicians/bands in the local music scene as well as support local organisations through improved access to musical instruments and equipment.’

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