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SOUTHEND’S former youth mayor has organised a music event this weekend, where young performers will raise money for the homeless.
The concert, titled Music Mayhem, will take place at Twenty One, opposite Southend Pier, this Sunday, November 24.
Young bands and musicians will perform at the venue to raise money for Southend HARP.
The event has been organised by former youth mayor Nathaniel Whitehouse, who is himself a musician.
He said: “A platform such as this is an excellent opportunity for up and coming musicians to get a good start in their music careers.”
Current youth mayor Eugene Vlas voiced his own support, saying: “I am looking forward to the event and on behalf of the other youth councillors, I am sure they are too.”
Doors will open at 12.30pm on Sunday and the performances will last from 1pm until 6pm.