Come to the Rockin’ for West Papua London Peace Concert!

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Launching our first big music event for 2018, Rockin’ For West Papua comes to London’s “The Castle Dublin”!

Show your solidarity for West Papua by coming to the Rockin’ for West Papua Peace Concert, an important fundraising gig raising awareness and support for West Papua’s freedom through the power of music. Make sure to invite your friends and family! You can also keep up to date with the event on Facebook here. 

A night of music to show support for the people of West Papua and their bid for freedom and self-determination.

Tickets are £15 with all proceeds going to the Free West Campaign.

Rockin’ For West Papua 2018.

@ the ‘Dublin Castle’, Camden

Sunday, March 4th

Everyone is invited! You can buy tickets here.

We have a line-up of some awesome artists including award winning hiphop artists Carpetface, Useless Cities, the beautiful Xylaroo, and Emma and the Fragments. All are playing for free to help us make some funds for the Free West Papua Campaign.

Carpetfacehttps://soundcloud.com/carpetface/calling-all-stations-djs-rockin-for-west-papua-radio-ad

 

It is going to be a really special night in one of Camden’s most legendry music venues, in aid of the @FreeWestPapua campaign. The event is 100% volunteer-run & ​all to raise funds for our critical work.

So please come, and invite all of your friends!

Tickets are £15 (plus booking fee) with all proceeds going to the Free West Campaign.

You can buy tickets herhttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/rockin-for-west-papua-tickets-41507961430?aff=efbeventtix

PLEASE buy your tickets in advance if possible to guarantee entry.

And please like, join & share the event on Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/events/164465994166476/

Thanks all. See you there!

Press Release

Bands Support Independence for West Papua with London Gig

The Free West Papua Campaign is holding its first global Rockin’ For West Papua event of 2018 in Camden, North London, on Sunday, March 4.

It’s billed as a night of music to show support for the people of West Papua and their bid for freedom and self-determination. Rockin’ For West Papua is an international series of events where artists and individuals can show their solidarity with the people of West Papua. Last year, 150 bands played in 27 concerts around the world.

Independence leader and FWPC founder Benny Wenda says: “The human rights violations in West Papua under Indonesian rule are staggering.

“Everyday someone is dead, or has been killed, but no one is brought to justice.

“It is vital for the world to understand the horrors perpetrated by the regime and why West Papua needs to be free of Indonesia’s cruelty.” Wenda, who is also chairperson for the United Liberation Movement for West Papua (ULMWP), was granted political asylum in the UK in 2003 after being jailed by Indonesian authorities. “Rockin’ for West Papua is a great way to raise awareness and we’re grateful to all the artists taking part,” he says.

Xylaroo

Among the bands appearing at Camden’s Dublin Castle venue are Xylaroo, a sister duo from East London who have Papua New Guinean roots. Coco and Holly Chant’s distinct sound reflects their cross-section of Pacific and European cultural influences.

Emma and The Fragments

Also playing are East London indie rockers Emma & The Fragments and Kentish Town’s Useless Cities, whose single Eyesore was selected as a Fresh Fave on Tom Robinson’s ‘Fresh on the Net’ in November last year.

 

Useless Cities

They’re joined by Carpetface, the critically-acclaimed international hip-hop artist from London who has a “uniquely twisted yet authentically genuine” take on the genre. Other artists are due to be announced.

All proceeds will be used to support the Free West Papua Campaign. Artists and individuals who want to offer further help can do so here.

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Rockin’ For West Papua

The Dublin Castle, 94 Parkway, London, NW1 7AN
Sunday, March 4, 2018, 7:30 pm – 11:00 pm

For more information, contact:

Kate Lewis
Email: kate@freewestpapua.org
Tel. 07500833706