Dannii Minogue has shown her support for this years CoastOut Festival in Coffs Harbour by donating a very special pack that will be auctioned off for charity at the Festival.

Included in the special pack are the deluxe double CD editions of Dannii’s four studio Albums; Love & Kisses, Get Into You, Girl and Neon Nights. Also included is the special edition of the previously unreleased 1995 Sessions, which includes the official theme song to the 1999 Mardi Gras, Everlasting Night.

In addition to these musical offerings there is also The Video Collection DVD compilation including all of Dannii’s music videos and live performances, plus a copy of her Autobiography My Story. Each of these items have been personally signed by Dannii.

The Auction of this pack and other items will take place at this years CoastOut Welcome Cocktail Party which is held on the first night of the Festival on Friday October 28. Proceeds from the Auction will go to The Harbour Youth Service who facilitate support, guidance and social activities for Gay, Lesbian and Transgender youth on the Coffs Coast and The Gay and Lesbian Counselling service of NSW who provide phone counselling and ongoing support for the community.

Minogue passed on this message of support for the festival:

“I hope everyone has a fantastic CoastOut Festival 2011. May CoastOut enjoy great success for years to come. Thank you for your continued love and support over the years. Enjoy the journey down memory lane with my music and video back catalogue! Love & Kisses Dannii x”

The winning bidder will also take home a framed commemorative CoastOut 2011 Rainbow Flag which was personally signed by Dannii recently in Melbourne.  \

Festival organisers are thrilled to have such a show of support from one of Australia’s best known international stars and the attraction this unique donation will bring to the Auction in aid of two very worthy community charities.

Pictured: Dannii Minogue and Troy Walker (CoastOut) at the signing of the flag and catalogue.

info: www.coastout.com.au

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