DONATIONS ON THE DOOR / A Bloomin’ Flourish Fundraiser

  • Date June 23, 2024
  • Time 14:00
  • Location Dorothy Pax

Join us for an afternoon and early evening of LIVE music down at the Dorothy Pax (DPx) to raise much needed funds for Oasis, a Sheffield Flourish mental health friendly gardening and food growing enterprise, that welcomes people from all walks of life.

At Oasis we grow a variety of vegetables, fruit, herbs, trees and flowers. Our gardening sessions are successful in helping people develop coping strategies, focusing on organic growing techniques, encouraging wildlife, enhancing personal wellbeing, and building community.

Produce from Oasis will be on sale at the event, so come down see some of what we’ve produced and enjoy being entertained. They’ll also be a raffle, food stall, and hopefully the sun will be shining too.

The LIVE music lineup includes our very own Open Door music group and other artists, promising a diverse and engaging experience with a variety of musical styles and unique stories to share:

Bitten Whippet
This Sheffield four-piece band combines indie influences with themes from ill-fated relationships and everyday struggles. Their music reflects a blend of indie sounds with an edgy twist.

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The Rebel Art Centre
Featuring drums, guitars, bass, trumpet, and keyboards, The Rebel Art Centre delivers a dynamic performance. Their music incorporates diverse influences, creating a unique sound.

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Ceejay & The Misfits
Travelling to Sheffield to bring us punky urban folk. Ceejay’s music is a blend of punk, urban folk, and various other influences. His lyrics, which reflect his challenging life experiences, are both catchy and thought-provoking. He’s joined on stage by his band The Misfits.

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Jemma Rosenthal
A singer-songwriter and music producer known for her “angelic” voice and eclectic music style. Her songs are uplifting and often reflect her mental health recovery journey and spiritual awakening.

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WaterBear will be bringing some of their talented students to perform acoustic sets outside. Named after the resilient tardigrade, WaterBear is inspired by these creatures’ ability to adapt and survive in any environment, a philosophy that permeates their approach to music and education.

More about WaterBear College of Music here:

DJs Harry and Annie
Getting us dancing with live mixing of 80’s, post-punk, new wave, synth pop

Known for their ‘Into the Trees’ alternative 80s club night at Samuel Worth Chapel, DJs Harry and Annie will conclude the event with a nostalgic mix of alternative 80’s tunes.

We’d love you to join us on a pay what you feel basis and enjoy the mental health friendly atmosphere and music on offer.

Look forward to seeing you there!