Animal Action Night for Big Cats
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Animal Action Night out to stop hunting of endangered animals.
Performers and speakers will rally to help end trophy hunting of endangered animals when they perform at the 13th annual Animal Action event on October 5, 2019, at the Quality Hotel Mermaid Waters.
Animal Action Events founder Aldwyn Altuney said the Animal Action Night for Big Cats would raise funds for the Land of the Free project – headed by Gold Coast celebrity author and animal activist Lynn Santer.
The Land of the Free project is a documentary and international action plan, supported by celebrities such as Priscilla Presley, Tippi Hedren and Sir Roger Gale MP, which aims to expose the worst forms of brutality involved in endangered species trophy hunting and get international legislation changed.
Some of the animals currently targeted for excessive brutality in their slaughter include lions, elephants, giraffes, bears and snow leopards.
The night will feature performances by Ten Tenors co-founder Roger Davy and Adam Bartlett, who will present a dynamic new Vavachi Entertainment show called TenorUS.
They will be joined by country music singer Tyson Colman, Native American flute player/ shaman Walter Smith, singer-songwriter/ ukulele player Lauren Napier and speakers Lynn Santer and Aldwyn Altuney.
There will also be fantastic lighting and dancing after the live entertainment, with We R DJs.
Tickets to attend are $60 plus booking fee or $55 plus booking fee each for a table of 10, including entertainment, welcome drink and 2 course vegan or vegetarian meal.
If you can’t physically attend the event, you can support the cause by making a donation or joining a live stream of the event for just $37, thanks to sponsor Live Video Events.
Get your livestream tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/animal-action-night-for-big-cats-livestream-tickets-71751437481
There will also be stalls and raffle prizes.
Animal Action events aim to raise awareness, appreciation and respect for all animals and the environment.
The event was founded on the Gold Coast in 2007 by animal lover and AA Xposé Media Director/ Photojournalist Aldwyn Altuney.
It is held annually during World Animal Week from October 4-10 and is a fundraiser for different animal charities each year.
The event aims to encourage people to take action for animals, even in small ways. You can do this by making healthy choices while shopping – buying cruelty free; reducing your consumption of animal products or becoming vegetarian or vegan. You can also write to your local, state or federal elected rep to convey views on animal protection; volunteer with animal organisations; write a letter to the editor of your local papers; recycle and compost at home and express concerns to food companies and supermarkets that are involved in sustaining animal suffering.
“Together, we can all make a difference for animals and the environment,” Aldwyn said.
For more details, call 0409 895 055 or visit www.animalactionday.com and the Facebook page ‘Animal Action Events’.