Masquerade themed King’s Carnivale will hit Newtown again this year on April 10, with Australian Institue of Music students combining to curate the event at the Town Hall Hotel.

Drawing on Sydney’s rich creative culture, they’ve lined up an eclectic group of performances and activities – featuring the soulful harmonies of Fourtunate, and Lepers And Crooks bringing some fan favourite tracks. 

 

The night is not only in support of Sydney’s arts and its LGBT community, but all proceeds from the night are going to Art In Tanzania – an organisation providing education, welfare and medical assistance for AIDS/HIV victims throughout Tanzania, Finland, Zanzibar and Ehtiopia. 

 

King’s Carnivale is happening on Thursday April 10, at the Town Hall Hotel in Newtown. Playing on the night are Fourtunate, Lepers and Crooks, Little Sea and many more. Tickets are from $10 + bf. Doors are at 8pm. 

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