Massive / Brad Marr offering sold out Stonedead charity tickets

Australian rockers Massive and Chris Sumby of Stonedead are offering six tickets to this year’s sold-out Stonedead festival in support of Kayla, aged four.

“I’ll cut straight to the chase,” vocalist/guitarist Brad Marr told MetalTalk. “At the start of our UK tour, we met a four-year-old girl by the name of Kayla. She is battling stage four high-risk Neuroblastoma. She needs an eye-watering amount of money in a very short amount of time for a potentially life-saving clinical trial.

“We met her in Norwich and decided to help by taking a tip jar out to our crowd. After speaking with the family, we realised how much help they needed. So we have taken the donation buckets with us on the road for each of our shows. If you are attending any of our upcoming UK tour dates and you are able, please throw some change as we walk around our gigs.

“Then the mighty Chris Sumby of Stonedead festival pitched in with six tickets to the already sold out Stonedead Festival, with 100% of those tickets being donated to Kayla’s fight. The tickets come with the Friday night pass included. They are worth £60. We are asking you to pay anything over £60 for them as the festival is already sold out, and it’s for charity.”

To purchase tickets, visit https://www.wreckingcrewtouring.com/events/stonedead-festival-to-help-solve-kids-cancer.

To help Kayla directly, visit https://www.solvingkidscancer.org.uk/appeal/kayla.

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