Dont miss Bliss N Eco

Hip hoppers Bliss N Eso are on their way to Lismore for a huge gig in early October. Be ready, Lismore. Be very ready...

Lismore, a burgeoning hot spot of hip hop creativity, will be the only town between Cairns and Sydney where Bliss N Eso will do an all-ages show as part of their national Cut Loose tour. It will be held on October 12 at the Lismore PCYC from 5pm.

Joining this acclaimed trio for this huge night of hip hop will be Phrase and DJ Flagrant, the Winnie Coopers (Brisbane) and Trace Elements.

Local acts Mixed Agenda and Seed Philosophy (who ripped it up at the Herbfest) will provide support at the Lismore PCYC gig.

This gig celebrates the completion of a community mapping and future visioning process (if you know what I mean...) being carried out by the Creative Peoples Collective Inc in partnership with the Foundation for Young Australians. The plan is to create great events for youth in the area.

Young people can still have their say and be part of this important process. Phone 0422 584 276 or email to get involved.

Tickets are $15/12 and available from Music Bizarre in Lismore, the Lismore PCYC or the Casino Visitor Centre.

For more info phone 0422 584 276.

Freebie: The Echo has two tickets to the Bliss N Eso gig to give to lucky readers who can tell us in 100 words or less what they would like to see happen for young people in the Northern Rivers. Send your written entry to The Echo, PO Box 37, Lismore, NSW, 2480, or email it to no later than 5pm on Monday, October 2.

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