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Saturday 12 September 2020

Local Singer-Songwriter Passenger Set To Perform @ Komedia Brighton As Part Of Passport: Back to Our Roots Project

Passenger, aka Brighton singer-songwriter Mike Rosenberg, will perform a one-off, intimate show at Komedia Brighton to raise money for independent grassroots music venues as part of the Passport: Back to Our Roots project.

Passport: Back to Our Roots is a nationwide series of one-off intimate gigs by the UK's biggest artists, supporting the independent grassroots venues that form the foundations of the UK's live music scene.

This is your chance to watch the biggest artists play their smallest gigs – live and in person like they should be – while making a huge difference to the UK's crisis-stricken grassroots music venues, who need urgent help due to COVID-19 closures.

A spokesperson for Komedia Brighton said:

"We can't really thank Michael enough for choosing to perform at Komedia. 

"He's already been so kind mentioning us at length in one of his lockdown streams, which really helped our crowdfunder so to now come and perform for us is just ace. 


"We can't wait to be open again and able to work at full capacity. 

"This one will be special and we pray it can happen sooner rather than later."

The gigs will be happening as soon as real shows can happen safely - these are not socially distanced, compromised experiences. 

Prize draw entries for each gig will be open for two weeks, and at the end of each campaign, all proceeds go to support these venues who need the money, right now. 

By making a £5 donation you'll be entered into the prize draw to get into the show you and a friend! Visit https://www.passportbacktoourroots.org for more info. 

by: Mike Cobley




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