Featuring an established collective of diverse acts
Come end of October, a community will be welcomed once again to the Good Luck bar to enjoy the second edition of OneSight Acoustics, a music series brought to you by OneSight: a global public non- profit organization which provides sustainable access to quality vision care and eyewear to those who cannot afford it or do not have access to it.
In an effort to fuse the arts and the empowered, this event acts as a platform of consciousness and entertainment. Giving you access to a varied selection of music, the event aims to give fans an inside look into the local spectrum of South African music makers.
Featuring The Fuss favourites, The Kiffness (see here and here) and Al Bairre (also, here and here), as well as approachable soul songwriter Tresor and electronic swing guru Michael Lesar, the artists booked for the events, are offering their time and talents for free in support of this great cause, all proceeds from the event will go to OneSight South Africa.
A SET OF DOUBLE TICKETS UP FOR GRABS
We’re giving away one double ticket to the second event of the OneSight series. All you have to do in order to stand a chance to win is tell us when what the name of the latest Al Bairre album is.
Competition closes and winner selected and notified on Monday the 24th of October.
If you purchase a visionary pass for all four shows you stand a chance to win a Jack Daniel’s guitar!
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Helping the Cause:
It is only thanks to the efforts of our fine sponosrs that we are bringing you only the best South Africa has to offer!
Given the success of the events over the last 3 years, Ray-Ban will be hosting its highly anticipated music event, ‘OneSight Acoustics’ soon for the first time in Johannesburg.
OneSight Acoustics is a music series brought to you by OneSight: a global public nonprofit organization which provides sustainable access to quality vision care and eye wear to those who cannot afford it or do not have access to it. Around the world, millions of people suffer from poor vision. An eye exam and a simple pair of glasses can help them reach their full potential.
For Over 27 years, OneSight South Africa has engaged thousands of skilled volunteers to hand-deliver the gift of sight to almost 9 million people in 40 countries.