Canadian rock band Palaye Royale hosts signing tent to benefit the ACMF
A newly introduced music event called Good Things Festival came to Australia with a point of difference: positivity.
Described on their website as “Something positive; something good, something different”, the music festival released news that selected music artists and acts would take part in a Signing Tent, to help raise money for various charities of the bands choosing. They’d each host half-hour signing sessions for fans who purchase an add-on to their ticket admission price.
For example, Northlane and Void Of Vision chose the White Ribbon Foundation, Tonight Alive selected RSPCA Australia to receive their charitable funds – and Canadian rock band Palaye Royale selected The Australian Children’s Music Foundation from a list of various other causes.
The ACMF greatly appreciates the support of this International Band, and also to the organisers behind Good Things Festival for facilitating.