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Ekko Park Announce Special Show for Eat My Lunch

October 27th 2016

Ekko Park Announce Special Show for Eat My Lunch


Ekko Park is proud to present a special one-off concert for Eat My Lunch on Saturday 5th November 7.45pm at Eat My Lunch headquarters, 5 Galatos Street, Auckland.

Eat My Lunch was set up with a mission to ensure no Kiwi kids go hungry at school. For every lunch someone buys, they give a lunch to a kid who would otherwise go without. Since starting in June 2015, they have given over 260,000 lunches to kids in 35 low decile schools in Auckland and Hamilton.

Joe Walsh, lead singer of Auckland rock band Ekko Park, has been part of Eat My Lunch for over a year, helping to make lunches for kids in need.

After making a music video for the Ekko Park single, 'Surface Breaks' at the home of Eat My Lunch, the band are now bringing their unique and energetic live show to this special venue.

As with Eat My Lunch’s Buy One. Give One philosophy, for every concert ticket sold, a lunch will be provided to a Kiwi kid in need.

Leveraging the other talents of the Eat My Lunch crew, Ekko Park are delighted to be partnering with Judge Bao, run by Jamie, a chef at Eat My Lunch. Judge Bao, a favourite on the Auckland street food scene, is a modern twist on Chinese cuisine and every ticket holder will receive a complimentary Bao (steam bun) on the night.

Limited tickets are available now from undertheradar.co.nz $25 ticket includes Ekko Park concert, complimentary Judge Bao bun and a school lunch provided to Kiwi kids.

EKKO PARK SPECIAL SHOW FOR EAT MY LUNCH

Saturday 5th November 7.45pm

Eat My Lunch headquarters, 5 Galatos Street, Auckland.
Doors open 7.45pm. Strictly R18.
Beer & Wine bar-sales available on the night.
Judge Bao will be selling their street food on the night also.


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