Another Way to Love

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Another Way to Love is a festival with the aim to help people "turn their opinions into action"[1] by bringing together social justice and aid agencies, along with bands, comedians, dance and fair trade markets in one large expo.

The festival was first run on 29 August 2009 in Adelaide, South Australia,[1] with plans to continue as an annual event.

Many aid and justice agencies have joined the festival, with notable agencies including Oxfam, World Vision, Red Cross, the Salvation Army and The Oaktree Foundation.[2] Musical acts performing at the first festival include The Miracle is Now, The Fountainhead, Amity Dry and Joshua Spier.[3]

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  1. ^ a b Another Way to Love website (accessed 13 August 2009)
  2. ^ Agencies listed as supporting Another Way to Love on the website (accessed 13 August 2009)
  3. ^ Artists on the Another Way to Love website (accessed 13 August 2009)

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