Mi Casa

J’Something tweeted to his fans asking them to nominate their town for a free concert. The concert will be in aid of the Sierra Leone mudslide victims.


J’Something is up to something… The Mi Casa frontman has asked fans to nominate their cities and towns for a free concert.

The free concert will be done in aid of the Sierra Leone mudslide victims. All funds raised will go towards helping the people of Sierra Leone.

The country was hit by a disaster that took the lives of thousands of people. The city was hit in the early hours of the morning on August 14, 2017. It came after three days of torrential rainfall and devastating floods. The mudslides occurred in and around Sierra Leone’s capital city, Freetown.

The disaster left over 3000 people homeless as whole buildings were destroyed. The Red Cross went in to help and funds have been coming in from all over the world. Mi Casa plans to join the stream of funders and we can all help.

Once J’Something tweeted people started flooding in with requests for the band to visit places across South Africa. What was really great was a company tweeted back and offered to sponsor goods so the money could go towards the fund.

“We are keen and would like to donate beverages to be sold to raise funds.” – Buy Local ZA

Other people have also offered to sponsor sound and stage equipment to keep costs down. We will keep you posted on where and when the concert will take place.

Sources: Twitter
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Her passion is to spread good news across South Africa with a big focus on environmental issues, animal welfare and social upliftment. Outside of Good Things Guy, she is an avid reader and lover of tea.

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