Roady For Roadies
*ANNOUNCEMENT - EVENT POSTPONED*
It is with a heavy heart that we are announcing the indefinite postponement of the Roady For Roadies event set down for this Friday.
We were very conflicted about what to do here, as even more than ever, road crew need our support both emotionally and financially.
In the end, we have decided to postpone the walk keeping in line with the government’s advice on gatherings and contact.
We will be confirming a new date in the future, however in the meantime all tickets will be refunded to the credit card used to make the purchase automatically.
Ticketmaster will be emailing all ticketers with the refund process if your credit card details have changed.
With the current situation with COVID-19, MusicHelps needs your support now more than ever.
If at all possible, we would strongly encourage you to donate your refunded ticket money to the cause.
You can find their bank details on their website to make a donation by internet transfer here, or visit their page at Give a Little here.
“Its so good to see the unknown foot soldiers of our Industry being acknowledged and offered help while they are alive rather than once they are in their graves.”
Greg Peacocke – Oceania Productions
It’s great to see someone thinking about the hard working crews that are responsible for making the behind the scenes stuff happen! Lets show these dedicated kind, friendly and talented professionals that we care... get out and roadie peeps... maybe bring something with wheels to push, like a baby stroller with your future roadies in it to show your support!
Chris Tate – College Hill Productions
All it takes is someone to lead the way, fly a flag, and others will follow. This initiative “Roady for Roadies” could be a glue for our people who do it tough, the guys that are always there for us, dedicated and committed.
Ben Cooper – Spotlight Systems
“A Roadie fundraiser is a great idea for a great cause. To have a charity dedicated to supporting anyone in need past, present and future is great for our industry.”
Rick Te Wini – Kiwi Krew
MusicHelps is a registered charity founded in 2012 under the name The NZ Music Foundation. The charity develops and supports projects across New Zealand that use the power of music to help and heal people in need. It also provides caring, confidential and practical assistance in times of illness, distress and hardship to live production professionals and other members of the New Zealand music community.