Boobaid Rockfest To Feature Dante Fox, Hollywood Tease And Tara’s Secret


October 2, 2009

Boobaid Rockfest To Feature Dante Fox, Hollywood Tease And Tara's SecretWhat greater way to raise money and awareness for breast cancer, and have a good time enjoying this precious gift of life, than an indoor festival entitled Boobaid. (

Boobaid, quite simply is all about Boobs, the Music and the Aid from the proceeds, all contributing towards the great work of the Breakthrough Breast Cancer charity!

The 2009 Boobaid is to be held at the brilliant live venue, The Klondyke, in Royston, Barnsley, on Saturday 3rd October, Doors open at 4.00pm. Start time 5.00pm.

Bringing you the best in top established, tribute and up and coming bands. This year is no exception; featuring a line up that consists of Frontier recording artists and festival headliner, Dante Fox, the exceptional Tara’s Secret, new glam rock sensations Hollywood Tease, Birmingham rockers Kinn and local band Miss Demeanor.

The evening will be hosted by Frontiers rock nights DJ Shaun who will also be manning the turntable between bands.

The event is FREE from 4.00pm until 7.00pm, with a voluntary donation to be made at the door (be generous!). Thereafter admission charge of £2.00 apply.

There’ll be raffles, prizes and much more… including family passes for days out, CDs donated by record labels, a personal donation from Ted Poley, his latest signed CD and guitar pick. The latest Album from Frank Vestry Signed, UK paintball tickets, Radio station tour and more to be announced via the Boobaid website as and when sponsors are confirmed.

Almost 41,000 women and 300 men are diagnosed with breast cancer each year in the UK alone!

More than 1,000 women die from the disease every month, and, approximately one in nine women in the UK will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime.

Breakthrough Breast Cancer is the leading charity committed to fighting breast cancer through research and education.

Breakthrough’s scientific work aims to eradicate breast cancer by discovering the causes of the disease, finding methods of prevention and developing new treatments, with results being translated as rapidly as possible into practical help for patients.

You too, can really make a difference by supporting this great event…

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