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Mac DeMarco has raised $210,000 for Australian bushfire relief

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Published: 9:21 am, January 17, 2020
Mac DeMarco has raised $210,000 for Australian bushfire relief

Mac DeMarco has raised $210,000 for Australian bushfire relief.

A one day BBQ event, titled Grill For Good, was held in Melbourne at the weekend, and saw Mac joined by the likes of Pond, Chai, Alice Skye, Cable Ties, King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard, Laura Jean, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever and Julia Jacklin.

They were joined by the Amyl and the Sniffers, Cut Copy and more on the decks, as well as a bunch of top Melbourne chefs who worked the grill.

"Thank you to everyone who attended and donated," a message reads. "$210,000 will be shared between @wildlifevictoria and the Fire Relief Fund for First Nations Communities. Well done Melbourne!"

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Thank you to everyone who attended and donated! $210,000 will be shared between @wildlifevictoria and the Fire Relief Fund for First Nations Communities. Well done Melbourne! 🐨

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