ROCHELLA is part of Music Victoria’s Live Music for Flood Recovery program, and joins more than 40 other events nationwide.
While the floods of last year may have come and gone, their lasting impact on the communities they affected certainly hasn’t. Recovering from a natural disaster isn’t as simple as cleaning up the mess that they leave, there’s a slow period of reflection as people re-build business and communities struggle to find their feet again as they return to every day life.
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Rochester is one such community affected by floods, and have announced ROCHELLA, a music festival in October to help rebuild the community, raise spirits and remind themselves what a great community they’re a part of. Of ROCHELLA, CEO of Music Victoria Simone Schinkel said:
“Recovery can take a long time. To sustain, communities like Rochester need days like this to acknowledge how far they’ve come and to let live music, good food and community lift spirits up.”
ROCHELLA is headlined by The Black Sorrows and Cash Savage and the Last Drinks, with supports from Bones and Jones, Empress, Stumbling North and family-friendly act The Burnt Sausages. Golden Guitar winner Josh Arnold and local students will premier a new song that they’ve collaborated on.
ROCHELLA is part of Music Victoria’s Live Music for Flood Recovery program, and joins more than 40 other events nationwide with a shared common goal of reuniting and rebuilding the communities affected by flood.
For more info and tickets, visit ROCHELLA here.