Fungalore will arrive for its once-a-month rock-out session at the Prince of Wales Hotel tomorrow.
Firmly established as a must for lovers of homegrown rock, Fungalore is a monthly tribute to lovers of hardcore and punk.
Started by brothers Tim and Chris Howe nearly three years ago, Fungalore gives three or four original bands the opportunity to play and raise money for charity in the process.
Entry is free and money is raised by raffles and donations.
So far more than $17,000 has been raised for organisations like Make Poverty History, victims of the Margaret River bushfires and Waratah Support Centre, among others.
Fungalore number 33 promises to be one of the best yet, with Perth indie rockers Epsilon set to kick off the night at 8.15pm.Lakeside and Sydney alternative rock and hip hop band A Broken Silence take to the stage at 9.15pm and 10pm respectively, with Dawn bringing the show home from 10.45pm.
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