Young muso’s take the stage at Zamplify
To amplify the talents and voices of our Gen-Z locals, up and coming bands were invited to take the stage at Zamplify - a festival event that was set to take place at the Regional Stadium on Friday 16 April during Youth Week.
This was a particularly challenging time for our region, and while our community was still recovering from the March flood event, the decision was made to postpone Zamplify until Friday 24 September.
With on-going COVID gathering restrictions challenging the event format, Zamplify has now been reformatted to safely bring the youth in our community together to celebrate each other’s talents.
Now reframed as a live concert event, 6 acts will take the stage at the Glasshouse so the young people in our community can tune in safely.
The line-up features 6 talented, up and coming acts, including Swell house, TH3ATR3, Group Therapy, Dubbele, Cent Creek, and Cameron Alford.
Hayley Owen, Acting Group Manager of Community said despite the challenges presented this year that have delayed the event, it’s still important to give our youth a platform.
“Youth Week is a great opportunity to shine a spotlight on the contribution that young people make to our community and allow for their voices to be heard,” said Hayley.
“Though this year’s Youth Week theme is ‘Together more than ever,’ COVID restrictions are proving coming together to be difficult. We are still committed to creating opportunities for our young people to connect and access activities that are fun, showcase their talents, and help them to build skills that they can use in the future.”
“This year’s event is still a great way for the kid’s involved to gain exposure and elevate community connectivity in supporting the acts,” Hayley said.
Zamplify will be streamed from our Youtube channel on on Fri 24 September. For more information visit pmhc.nsw.gov.au/YouthWeek.
Zamplify is proudly support by the NSW Government.