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B.I.G Brain Injury Gig - Brisbane

B.I.G Brain Injury Gig - Brisbane - Has Ended

 17 Aug, 2014 - 17 Aug, 2014
 Sun 12:00pm - Sun 5:00pm
 735 Stanley Street
  Woolloongabba, QLD
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Following our hugely successful event last year, we're dedicated to bringing you B.I.G.ger things this year! Held at the iconic Chalk Hotel, look out for an afternoon of high adrenaline as we promise to rock those socks off you! This year’s performances include Smoking Martha, Lita and the Bird, Denville, Gaze, Gilbert and Carson. And as if those aren’t enough, we’re bringing the house down with performances from Steve Skinner, Wot Neil Left, Raw Milk and our very own, Ged J!

The B.I.G gig has been Open Mind’s commitment and contribution to the Brain Injury Awareness Week. Through an afternoon of great music, we hope to form close bonds with people affected by acquired brain injuries (ABI) and their families, service providers and members of the public. This event will serve as a tribute towards the resilience of the ABI community as they take their own steps towards their rehabilitation goals. As much as you will enjoy the music, we hope that you will take away a greater understanding of the effects that brain injuries can have on individual and how you can support the community.

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 Open Mindsorganiser
 07 3896 4222

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Open Minds works with people to enhance mental health and wellbeing. We have a long history and were formed as the Queensland Wattle League in 1912. We offer a range of programs and tailored support services focused on the individual needs of each person we support. This includes Lifestyle, Living, Employment and Health streams. At the heart of what we do is a commitment to working alongside individuals and focusing on their strengths to enable individual achievement and recovery.

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