Music For The Homeless

23rd April 2019

Our good friends at MosFest Sheffield are supporting us with 'Music for the Homeless' at Don Valley Bowl on the 8th June 2019 which will include a sponsored sleep out.

Be part of a unique event experience, coming together to help raise awareness of homelessness. There will be amazing music, fun activities and great entertainment in store, after which there will an optional sleep out. The Music for the Homeless sleep out will also be a very social event, making new friends and helping each other through the challenge, but most importantly, it is a chance for you to challenge yourself and gain a small insight into what it is like for people sleeping out, for whom sadly, sleeping outdoors is not a one-off experience.   Ticket prices for MUSIC FOR THE HOMELESS: Adult (16+) £20 Junior (8-15) £10 Under 8's free Grab your adult tickets HERE, and you junior tickets HERE SLEEP OUT TICKETS (Optional - but to sleep out you need to purchase a Music for the Homeless ticket) In order to sleep out you need to raise a minimum sponsorship of £50 - limited places available, so reserve yours NOW and get fundraising! For the sleep out all you need is your sleeping bag but for that extra bit of luxury you can buy a pitch for your own tent (no bigger than a 5 person tent - 2 adults and 3 children or 2 adults maximum per 5-person tent). In the event of inclement weather you can have the option of sleeping in a marquee onsite. Frequently Asked Questions can be found here: FAQ Camping Rules and Regs Sponsorship Form For more information on sponsorship including the chance to win headline sponsorship for just £1000 please contact Lynne on 0114 321 2317 or

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