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Stone Love live for International Women's Day

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Friday 8 March 2019

Just Announced

As the ever-important International Women’s Day rolls around for another year, PBS 106.7FM are proud to announce that rising rap force P-UniQue, electronic enigma Alice Ivy and dazzling dancefloor deities Sugar Fed Leopards will take over the PBS Studio 5 performance space for a live performance from 5 - 7pm on Friday March 8.

As part of the celebrations, PBS will dedicate the day to broadcasting the voices of women and GNC folk, who’ll not only be shining a light on the incredible artistry that exists within the community, but also extending the importance of gender diversity in the media.

To reserve yourself a spot in our live studio audience, click this link!

Stone Love live for International Women's Day will also be broadcast nationally on community radio stations via the Community Radio Network (CRN), and Frankie Magazine will continue the celebrations with an exclusive video premier of Alice Ivy’s live performance in the following days – so keep an eye out!

PBS’s 2019 International Women’s Day celebrations follows on from an epic 2018 event that featured a heart-thumping line-up of Adalita, Camp Cope, Lazertits and Hospital Pass.

Artwork by the legendary Ashley Ronning.

PBS has an ongoing commitment to diversity and inclusiveness. In an effort to keep removing barriers for participation at the station for women and GNC people, PBS has dedicated its June Announcer Training course to women and GNC people. For more information, please go here.

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We would like to acknowledge that this event takes place on the land of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. We acknowledge elders of this land, past, present and emerging.

This is a Bandmates Victoria friendly event. PBS is a wheelchair accessible venue. To access the station, please call the station on 8415 1067 to gain access via the back door.

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