ADAM HILLS HEADS TO TOWN
FOR SOME OLD MATES AND A FEW CURLY QUESTIONS
Sunday July 1st marks the date of the 4th annual Adam Hills hosted John Vincent Memorial Big Quiz Gig with proceeds aiding Support Act Inc SA*.
Adam, a colleague of Vinnie’s at SAFM and Support Act Inc SA ambassador returns to Adelaide annually to host the event at which the public, media and music industry stalwarts have the chance to match wits and general knowledge in an evening of madness, mayhem and memories of a beloved member of the South Australian media and music industry – all in the name of a great cause.
Radio legend, David Day – Chairman, Support Act Inc SA said “Vinnie touched so many people in Adelaide it’s only fitting that we created an annual event in his honour. Knowing Vinnie too, he would have loved this quiz night – it’s the type of event he would have been in his element hosting and we are so lucky that his great mate Adam makes time and donates it each year to head to town for the event”.
JOHN VINCENT MEMORIAL BIG QUIZ GIG
Arkaba Hotel – Sunday 1st July 2012 2pm – 6pm
Tickets on sale now from BASS 131 246 www.bass.net.au
Cost $30.00each or $275.00 for table 10 – Under 15’s not permitted
Support Act is a not for profit registered charity that was formed in 1997 to provide relief and assistance to members of the Australian music industry (on & off-stage) who are in need or suffering hardship, illness or distress. SAL was founded by the music industry’s peak bodies ARIA, APRA, AMCOS and PPCA and raises funds through events and its members.
The South Australian chapter, chaired by David Day, was formed in 2009 and has so far raised around $80,000.
Supporters of Support Act Inc include Jimmy Barnes, Graham “Buzz” Bidstrup, Ray Burgess, John Butler, Brian Cadd, Troy Cassar-Daley, Chris Cester, Chris Cheney, Graeme Connors, Tommy Emmanuel, Dave Faulkner, Tim Freedman, Mark Gable, Adam Harvey, Colin Hay, Hi-5, Missy Higgins, Ricki Lee, Kate Miller-Heidke, Russell Morris, Shannon Noll, Josh Pyke, James Reyne, Marty Rhone, Normie Rowe, Mark Seymour, Swanee, Rai Thistlethwayte, Don Walker, Megan Washington, Ross Wilson, John Paul Young, Johnny Young