3rd Annual Billabong Design For Humanity Event Will Celebrate an Unforgettable Evening of Fashion, Music and Art to Benefit charity: water
Following the fashion show, indie rockers Iglu & Hartly will heat up the stage and captivate the crowd before rock sensations The Airborne Toxic Event perform their top hits. Already climbing the charts across America and Great Britain, together, Iglu & Hartly and The Airborne Toxic Event will leave their audience with a performance and experience that they will never forget.
For more information and ticket sales please visit www.designforhumanity.com. Tickets are available for pre-sale at $30 (General Admission) and $150 (VIP).
About Design For Humanity
Design for Humanity is Billabong's charitable initiative that seeks to generate funds from the sale of limited edition product to donate to environmental and humanitarian causes. DFH was created to allow Billabong the opportunity to best utilize our resources to empower, encourage, and promote awareness of various charities amongst the youth market and industry at large.
Billabong produces active lifestyle, fashion-forward clothing, accessories and related products designed and distributed to a worldwide customer base. The products are developed in the authentic environment of the surf culture and sold primarily through surf and specialty retail boutiques. Billabong-branded products are tested and improved by the best board sport performers across the globe. Active enthusiasts in every department from marketing and sales, to design and merchandising, bring an unmatched authenticity and unique quality to both the innovative products and related events produced by the Billabong brand.
About charity: water
Since charity: water was founded and began activity in August 2006, they have funded the construction of more than 890 wells that, when completed, will provide clean drinking water to 450,000 people. charity: water uses 100 percent of the money it raises to directly fund freshwater well and sanitation projects in some of the poorest communities in Africa, India and Central America. For more information, go to www.charitywater.org