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Tim Rogers, Mick Thomas To Headline Festival For Cambodia

Jan 31st 2013 | 2:06pm | Jazmine O’Sullivan
The Second Annual Clarkefield Music Festival will see some of Australia's finest musicians teaming up in a bid to raise money for poverty stricken families in Cambodia.

The legend that is Tim Rogers will be headlining the stellar bill, with Mick Thomas and The Roving Commission another of the big names on board to get people excited about the musical delights that will ensue.

The full line up also includes Sal Kilmer, The Toot Toot Toots, Charles Jenkins and The Zhivagos, The Stetson Family, San Gras and Dead River Deeps, as well as local acts Paper Jane, Brother Johnstone, Jarrod Shaw and Sarah Wilkinson.

The festival is set to be a casual affair, located on a grassy, green lawn, surrounded by trees, old wagons and beautiful bluestone buildings; the perfect place to lay down a rug and soak in the good vibrations.

Check out the Cambodian Kids Foundation's official website to see what your money will be going towards.

The festival takes place on Sunday 17 March at The Clarkefield Pub, about 45km north-west of Melbourne and you can get your tickets from its website right now.

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Dates

Thursday 9th July

Tim Rogers

Canberra Theatre, Canberra

Saturday 11th July

The Stetson Family

Baha Tacos, Rye

Sunday 12th July

Tim Rogers + Rin McArdle

Brass Monkey, Cronulla

Thursday 23rd July

Mick Thomas

Wellers, Kangaroo Ground

Saturday 25th July

Mick Thomas & Roving Commission

Caravan Music Club, Oakleigh

Sunday 26th July

The Stetson Family + Dan Parsons + DJ David Heard

Spotted Mallard, Brunswick

Sunday 2nd August

Mick Thomas & Roving Commission

Caravan Music Club, Oakleigh


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