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Band Goes on Virtual Tour to Raise Money for the MU Coronavirus Hardship Fund

Manchester Alt Rock band False Advertising are going on tour – over the internet. Their aim is to spread good will and raise some donations.

Published: 07 April 2020 | 12:00 AM
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They will be raising money for the MU Coronavirus Hardship fund, as well as Music Venue Trust, Mustard Tree, Trussel Trust, Mind and Refuge. Photo credit: Shutterstock

The band described their tour plans for the following week, “Our virtual tour van will be rollin thru Instagram, Facebook, Youtube, House party and then Instagram again.”

They will be raising money for the MU Coronavirus Hardship fund, as well as Music Venue Trust, Mustard Tree, Trussel Trust, Mind and Refuge.

You can catch them at the following locations:

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If you are facing genuine and pressing hardship as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, we have a list of different hardship funds – including the MU Coronavirus Hardship Fund – which may be able to help with immediate expenses. See our Financial Support page.

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