Cash Savage and Carlson are teaming up for An Epileptic Evening with Our Carlson & Cash Daddys Kickon - a two hour journey into an after-hours party of hits and bangers at the Brunswick Ballroom.
Electronic producer Carlson and downright Melbourne legend Cash Savage (of Last Drinks fame, duh) are teaming up for a night of raising funds and awareness for epilepsy, a cause very close to Carlson’s heart as an epilepsy sufferer himself. The famously close pair will be decking the halls of the Brunswick Ballroom on Saturday August 6 along with special guest Amanda Screetly, Sunfruits, Shove and Bonnet.
After Carlson was diagnosed with epilepsy at 33, he began making revealing tunes that dove into a sufferer’s experience. Behind him in Our Carlson, Cash Savage DJs as Cash Daddy – truly a sight to behold.
What you need to know
- An Epileptic Evening with Our Carlson & Cash Daddys Kickon
- An evening for epilepsy awareness and fundraising at the Brunswick Ballroom
- It’s happening Saturday August 6, you can buy tickets here.
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This special evening is all about accessibility, reducing mental health stigma, raising epilepsy awareness and transcendent moments on the dancefloor. Screetly, queen of the red dirt of Broken Hill, will be making her Naarm debut and it will be anything but a drag, get it? Kat Mear will awake from a deep slumber to break hearts and melt faces with her fiddle, taking the Kickon to a whole new level. Sunfruits will wash over you with a sonic wave of psychedelia, think mushrooms and wah pedals. Bonnet is too hot to talk about. Shove’s intensity will transport you to a trauma-free zone through the power of sound healing and bass-heavy vibrations. Just let go and let the music do its work.
- Doors 7pm
- Welcome to Country 7.30pm
- Shove 8pm – 8.30pm
- Bonnet 8.45pm – 9.20pm
- Our Carlson / Cash Savage 9.35pm – 11.30pm
- Sunfruits 11.45pm – 12.30am
There will also be a charity auction and raffle that you don’t want to miss. Not a spa voucher in sight. Funds raised will support Australian Women with Epilepsy and Epilepsy Action Australia. This will be an Auslan-interpreted event, and is supported by Creative Victoria.
You can buy tickets right here.
This article was made in partnership with Brunswick Ballroom.