Vibe Helps Make Poverty History

Vibe Hotels Support “Make Porverty History”

PRESS RELEASE | 18 November 2006

In one of the most important movements of this year, Vibe Hotels was proud to be a sponsor of the Make Poverty History Concert in Melbourne on November 17th.

Some of Australia’s top acts performed at Sidney Myer Music Bowl in Melbourne to an estimated 15,000 people who support the Make Poverty History campaign.

Artists included Jet, Sarah Blasko, John Butler Trio, Eskimo Joe, Hilltop Hoods, Evermore, Lior, Paul Kelly and George Telek.

An appearance from Bono (U2) and Pearl Jam under the name “UJam” performed Neil Young’s Rockin’ in the Free World, lending their support to the voice of Australia’s youth.

With the aim to entertain and inspire guests, Vibe Hotels was a great fit to support an event looking to engage, educate and inspire Australia’s youth.

The sell-out event attracted attention from all over the country, from Australia’s youth, to our political leaders – Vibe Hotels was proud to be a sponsor of this important event, providing accommodation for performers, organisers and crew.

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