Local talents come together for charity music marathon bonanza

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A 10-hour music marathon will be raising money for a charity in Africa.

Sounds of Change is a charity music event hosted by a group of South Downs College students in aid of No More Durty Water, an organisation which build wells in communities in Africa.

The event is a music marathon from midday to 10pm on Sunday, April 24, consisting of eight bands of various genres.

Doors open at 11.30am.

The event will be hosted at the Milton Arms Barn in Portsmouth.

Tickets are £4 per person. All acts have sponsorship forms and all profits go to charity. All donations are welcome.

Anyone who purchases a pre-sale, or on the door ticket will be given a wristband, which will allow whoever is wearing one to come and go from the venue as they please.

Under-16s must be accompanied by an adult.

For more details or to get involved go to the Facebook page at facebook.com/soundsofchange.

Alternatively, email Soundsofchange24@gmail.com

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