NO CSG: Natalie Pa’apa’a from Blue King Brown will join Pete Murray and a heap of other concerned artists in the concert against CSG mining this Saturday.
NO CSG: Natalie Pa’apa’a from Blue King Brown will join Pete Murray and a heap of other concerned artists in the concert against CSG mining this Saturday.

Rockin' the gate: No CSG

PETE Murray is the latest artist to donate his talent to the Rock the Gate gig in Murwillumbah this Saturday, October 13.

He'll join Natalie Pa'apa'a from Blue King Brown, Kerrianne Cox, The Round Mountain Girls, The Songs of the Haight Ashbury Stage Show (starring James T, Lil'Fi, Diana Anaid and S Sorrensen), The Samba Blistas, Deya Dova, Nathan Kaye, Ivy Lucille and many more to oppose the expansion of CSG mining into the Northern Rivers.

All over the planet famous figures are using their public profile to help shine a light on this important issue. There are already CSG refugees leaving their now uninhabitable lands in south-east Queensland where CSG mining has created poisoned aquifers and rivers.

The first Rock the Gate concert was in May in Lismore and attracted 7000 people.

It all happens at the Murwillumbah showgrounds from 10am. The concert starts at 1pm.

NOTE: There'll be a bus to Rock the Gate in Murwillumbah. It's $10 return from Lismore or Ballina. Email elly_bird@yahoo.com.au or phone 0418 639 927.


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