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Jazz Fest for Nelson’s Family

Friday 11th January / presented by Taylah Strano

Floating Mantis presents a community fundraiser for a family in Mozambique, as they struggle to gain the basic resources. Jazz festival For Nelson's Family will feature some of Perth's most cherished bands, live DJ's, art installations, projections and afro-futrism.

Relative of the family in in need and front-man of SUPEREGO, Nelson Mondlane, and Floating Mantis boss-lady, Polly Pearl are in the studio for Breakfast With Taylah to talk about the current situation in Mozambique, and the captivating displays we can expect at the event.

The Jazz Festival will kick off from 7pm at The Lucky Goat Factory in O'Conner, Friday 11th January. Entry is $10 and all proceeds from the night will go to helping Nelson's family.

Donations can also be made through the GoFundMe page here.

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