Bands are spreading out across Victoria for the Transport Accident Commission music tour Small Town Big Sound.
The regional Victoria music tour will work to promote safe road decision making to the youth community through TAC program Vanessa.
Small Town Big Sound will promote Vanessa's "pre-think before pre-drinks" message to young drivers across regional Victoria.
"We want everyone at Small Town Big Sound events to have a great time, but more importantly we want everyone to make good choices and get home safely," TAC semior manager of engagement Meg Jacobs said.
"If you're planning to have a drink, then planning a safe way home should be top priority and our Vanessa staff will be there to help you do that, and provide free breath tests."
Melbourne alt-rock trioCamp Cope will perform on the Loddon Mallee and Grampians legs of the tour alongside hip-hop heavyweight Birdz and self-proclaimed pop patron of sad girls, Elizabeth.
They will play at the Theatre Royal in Castlemaine on April 30 and Bendigo's Golden Vine Hotel on May 1.
The Vanessa crew will be present at each show on the tour encouraging attendees to "pre-think", get breath tested and plan their safe journey home.
As well as the gigs, performers and Vanessa crew will visit a local secondary school in each region to promote their road-safe messages and give students a chance to learn about the music industry from artists in a Q&A panel.
For more details visit www.smalltownbigsound.com.au
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