It’s Geraldton’s biggest event and one local youth organisation has the opportunity to reap the benefits from triple j’s One Night Stand held in Geraldton on 9 April.
The City of Greater Geraldton is currently calling for expressions of interest from local youth organisations to gain the funds from the gold coin donation entry for the event.
Mayor Shane Van Styn said that this event could attract in excess of 10,000 people which would be a huge injection of money into the chosen local organisation.
“This is a huge opportunity for a local youth organisation to raise some serious funds,” he said.
“We are encouraging all local youth organisations to fill out the EOI and be in the running.
“This amount of money could do wonders for a not for profit organisation.”
One Night Stand is an all ages, drug and alcohol free music festival which will be held at WA Country Builders Stadium (Wonthella Oval) on Saturday 9 April.
Attracting concert goers from all over the state, acts include Boy & Bear, Alison Wonderland and Urthboy.
There is a criteria which the organisation must meet to be in the running to receive the funds.
This criteria and the EOI form can be found on the City’s website at http://ow.ly/ZAJ7p