Byte Night Band Night fundraiser for prevent youth homelessness

Action for Children and BIMM have teamed up again with the support of Rev De Cuba to raise funds to prevent youth homelessness. The Byte Night Music Night will take place on Thursday the 20th of April at Rev De Cuba, Peter Street from 7.30pm.

BIMM Students have put together a sensational artist line up of local talent – Charli White, Nimuak, A66, The Aviators and LVPO will be playing their own music mixed withsome well-known Manchester classics. The night will also be supported by DJ Tacet.
Tickets are £10 from Eventbrite or can be bought on the door.

Following the success of last year’s band night, Action for Children returns with their biggest fundraiser Byte Night, hoping this year to raise even more awareness and money for the cause. With over 147 years of continued success, Action for Children has grown in strength and ambition, every year pushing themselves to help more children, and this year is no exception. Working in association with BIMM Manchester and Revolucion De Cuba, Action for Children hopes to have the biggest year yet.

Adam Walker one of BIMM’s students ‘It’s shaping up to be an incredible night of fun, enjoyment and community spirit. This year’s event kicks off on the 20th April at 7:30pm and promises to be a night to remember, helping young people to access the support they need in the city’.

Kylie Prankerd, Senior Special Events Fundraiser for Action for Children, said: “This is a unique opportunity to support one of the biggest annual fundraisers in the UK. Come along and make a real difference for the young disadvantaged people that Action for Children work with all year round, providing essential support, education, and accommodation.”

Byte Night
Byte Night is the UK’s biggest sleepout, supporting Action for Children’s work to ensure all children have a safe and loving home. The event has raised more than £9.6m in support of disadvantaged children and young people since it launched in 1998. If you would like to find out more, please visit bytenight.org.uk

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