LOVE MUSIC HATE RACISM

LOVE MUSIC HATE RACISM

Supported by Ft. L-FRESH The LION + Nooky + Sophiegrophy + Imbi The Girl

FRI 1 JUN @ 8PM

Price
$23 + Booking Fee
Bookings
(02) 9550 3666
Mode
General Admission Standing
Tickets
On sale now @ Factory Theatre
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Some of Australia’s hottest urban talent have banded together with national anti-racism organisation All Together Now to bring LOVE MUSIC HATE RACISM to Australia for the first time on Friday 1 June, bringing the national conversation around race to the forefront using the global language of music.

YouTube Creators for Change alumni L-FRESH The LION, who recently sent waves through the industry for his Tribeca Film Festival debuted single Raci$t/Our World will be headlining the show. He will be joined by outspoken Bad Apples Music rapper NOOKY, 2017 FOMO festival winner SOPHIEGROPHY and IMBI THE GIRL whose latest single was described by Purple Sneakers as “the sexiest song ever made”.

Love Music Hate Racism (LMHR) was founded in the UK in 2002 in response to rising levels of racism and the growth of far-right extremism. There have since been hundreds of LMHR events around the world, and All Together Now is excited to be bringing this global event to Sydney for the first time.

“Music has the power to bring people from all walks of life together, regardless of their differences,” said L-FRESH The LION, who is headlining the show. “A live show can be special in that it has the capacity to spark meaningful conversations and unite people towards a common cause.”

LMHR is designed to promote a national movement against racism through music. 
“We believe everybody needs to have a good understanding of what racism is so that they are empowered to act when they witness it,” said Priscilla Brice, All Together Now’s Managing Director.  
“One in five Australians experienced racism over the past year, and we know from research that one way to reduce this statistic is by all of us challenging racism wherever it occurs.

“The LMHR campaign has a renewed importance with the increase in Islamophobia, hostility towards immigrants in Australia, and the continued degrading treatment of Indigenous Australians. We think it is time to reignite our national movement against racism through music.”