MOJO Kombucha and Girls Rock! Australia are excited to be heading to St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival February 2019!
WTF is Kombucha, you say? Kombucha (kom-boo-cha) is a sparkling, fermented tea that is a tasty alternative to soft drink – MOJO is low sugar, organic and packed with powerful probiotics to help you feel good from the inside out! MOJO will be serving up our booze free beverages and fancy mocktails to refresh and rehydrate Laneway attendees.
Each of the five Australian festival dates will feature a unique lineup of incredible women and gender diverse artists at our Laneway ‘booch bar. Amongst these are Courtney Barnett, Alex the Astronaut, Alex Lahey, Thelma Plum, Georgia Maq (Camp Cope) and Middle Kids, plus Girls Rock! affiliated bands.
This project is in support of Girls Rock! Australia: a national network of music camps empowering girls, trans and gender-diverse young people aged 10-17 through music education and mentorship. Girls Rock! Australia are working to create major social and cultural change in the Australian music industry, sharing MOJO’s mission of embracing authentic creativity and celebrating moments that truly make us feel good. To keep these good times going, our team will be making a $15,000 contribution to this fantastic cause.
“A big part of it [Girls Rock!] is encouraging girls to … have fun and not be … intimidated or scared or feel like they have to fit a certain mould to make other people happy” – Courtney Barnett
MOJO Kombucha x Girls Rock! 2019 Laneway Stages
Brisbane: Being Jane Lane, LALKA, Major Leagues, Pink Matter, San Mei and Whalehouse.
Sydney: Alex Lahey, Alex the Astronaut, FRITZ, imbi the girl, Sports Bra and Teen Jesus & the Jean Teasers.
Adelaide: Bec Stevens, Elsy Wameyo, Mane, Middle Kids, Oscar the Wild and Teen Joans.
Melbourne: Courtney Barnett, Cry Club, Jungle Cuffs, Kalyani, Kee’ahn and Thelma Plum.
Fremantle: Denise Le Menice, Georgia Maq (Camp Cope), Hyclass, Oosterbanger, Web Rumors and Your Girl Pho.
“We want to eradicate all of the limiting myths about music and gender which make FTGD people afraid to speak up, sing out, and make noise!” – Girls Rock! Melbourne