RMIT will once again host a fusion of music and art at Copresents, on Saturday November 11. The open-air event is a collaboration between RMIT students and Mushroom Music.
The line-up features acclaimed and emerging artists who will bring indie-rock melodies, hip-hop and dance music into the mix.
Gabriella Cohen and REMI are just two of the artists appearing on the main stage. From Cohen, expect powerful vocals and candid lyrics wrapped in a gauze of dream-pop. Melbourne rapper REMI will bring plenty of party hooks.
As well as a platform for acclaimed and emerging artists, Copresents gives back through its support of HoMie, the charitable Melbourne clothing label working to alleviate homelessness. The organisation, co-founded by Nick Pearce, Marcus Crook and Robert Gillies, provides clothing, training and job opportunities for homeless people across the city. For every ticket sold, $5 will be donated to HoMie. The brand will also have special-edition hats on sale.
Tickets go on sale at 10am on Tuesday September 5.