Not-for-profit groups from St Helens have rallied together to provide food and drinks to punters at the upcoming triple j One Night Stand.
The 17 community groups, who collectively call themselves One Night Mayhem, will work together to organise the stalls.
All money raised will be split equally between each group, and will stay in the region.
One Night Mayhem member Kemuel Wood said more than 160 volunteers from the town were involved.
“Different groups start from Thursday through to Sunday, and everyone has a different role to play,” he said.
“It’s about community, it’s not about individuals.”
Mr Wood said there would be a large selection of food available from stalls on the day.
“We’ve got a selection that is going to blow your mind,” he said.
Gourmet pies, nachos and tacos, burgers, pizza, bratwurst, seafood, ice cream, buddha bowls, curries, dumplings, and cronuts were just some of the foods planned, alongside drinks such as coffee, juice, and kombucha.
Eftpos will be available at each stall.
All food packaging and cutlery will be single use and biodegradable and compostable to ensure minimal waste.
The One Night Mayhem co-op includes the following 17 not-for-profit groups:
- St Helens Basketball Association
- St Helens Netball Association
- St Helens School Association
- Bay of Fires Arts Association
- East Coast Archery
- East Coast Swans
- East Coast Car Club
- St Helens Little Athletics
- East Coast Motocross Club
- Pedal Heads
- Suncoast Pony and Riding Club
- St Helens RSL Sub-Branch
- Riding for the Disabled
- St Helens Sailing Squadron
- Lions Club of St Helens
- St Helens Scout Group
- TS Argonaut Australian Navy Cadets
The One Night Stand will take place at the St Helens Football Ground from 3pm on September 1.
For more information about the event, visit www.abc.net.au/triplej/onenightstand-2018/.