The Rubens is going to give year 12 students a night to remember on Friday, September 25 from 7pm via theKFC Facebook page.
It's been a stinker of a year for students, and as they go into their final exams, there's a high chance they're going to miss out on a rite of passage they've been looking forward to all year. The year 12 formal.
While state governments are still working out if they're happening and what they might look like, we do know that if they happen, they'll be very different and a watered-down version.
To give these studious students a chance to kick up their heels at home, KFC and ReachOut are throwing "The Informal Formal", with beloved Aussie rock group The Rubens bringing their bangers live to the lounge rooms of fans around the country.
The band cannot wait to bring a smile to the faces of the students.
"We're stoked to be working with KFC and ReachOut to put on The Informal Formal gig," The Rubens said.
"Looking back at our own formals, it was a moment to enjoy yourself and mark the end of an era at school, and while so many can't have their celebrations during this time, we hope this gives them a little bit of a moment to enjoy despite the circumstances.
"We'll be playing some oldies as well as our newest release 'Time Of My Life'."
If you're a formal-less year 12 student or want to reminisce on your formal of years gone by, fans are encouraged to get their snazzy formal duds on and tune in to the epic gig.
The virtual concert is also aiming to shine a light on the services of ReachOut and encouraging Aussie youth to take a proactive approach to their mental health.
With various restrictions in place across the country over the last few months and with some important milestone events being impacted, keeping your mind happy and healthy has never been more important.
To provide more than just entertainment, KFC will also be launching a competition for students to shout their entire year 12 class a delicious KFC dinner delivered on the night for a top-notch evening of dancing, singing and KFC.
Students can enter via the website from 9am on Monday, September 21 to 9pm on Wednesday, September 23.
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