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Music on the beach with Playing for Change day 2019

Head to Cala Llonga for a day of music, fundraising and fun. 

Ibiza's Cala Llonga beach is the venue for the Playing For Change festival, part of a series of events taking place worldwide, this Sunday 22 September.

Raising money for the Playing For Change Foundation, you can expect a jam-packed 12 hours of live music, hippy markets, and food and drink stalls located in and around the beach and resort.

Singer Clarence Bekker, guitarist Pedro El Chacho and drum playing collective The Ibango Tribe will be amongst the 40 local groups providing live musical performances over four stages.

From guitarists and percussionists to singers and acrobatics, top entertainment is guaranteed.

Even the little ones will be kept busy with their own programme of exciting activities.

Percussion workshops, face painting, storytelling and arts and crafts will ensure they have plenty to do throughout the day.

The event is part of a global initiative that raises money for the Playing For Change Foundation using music as a unifying force to help train children in music and dance music tuition all around the globe.

Local charities also benefiting from this year's PFC day includes ASPANOB, a charity which helps children with cancer on Ibiza.

Organisers hope to top 2018's efforts, which raised just over €14,000 and to help raise these funds, there will be raffles with some great prizes up for grabs.

So, if you're feeling lucky, make your way to the tobacconist shop in Cala Llonga for raffle tickets.

What better way to spend your Sunday afternoon than with music, sun and fun that does some good - make your way over.

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