Musicians unite to raise funds for the Australian Bush Fires
On Australia Day, Omeara London will host James Hype, Artful Dodger, Foor, Jaguar Skills, and more to raise funds for the Red Cross Australia
Omeara London will host FUNDRAVER including James Hype, Artful Dodger, Foor, Jaguar Skills, a BBC Radio 1 headliner and more to raise funds for the Australian Bush Fires.
Even if London and the UK are 9,442 miles away from Australia, the bush fires that are happening right now on the island are a worldwide problem. This is why, on the Australian Day, January the 25th, Omeara London will host FUNDRAVER, a special event aimed to raise funds for Red Cross Australia. Music is the answer, even in this case; DJs from the lights of James Hype, Artful Dodger, Foor, Jaguar Skills, James Haskell, Patrick Nazemi will join the event letting you dance for a good cause. If the massive lineup wasn’t enough, FUNDRAVER has a BBC Radio 1 headliner scheduled for the party that will be announced on the day.
Headed up by Ibiza Resident and Patrick Nazemi, the event kicks off from 9 pm at Omeara in London Bridge, where people can rave-up to 3 am. With all proceeds from tickets going to Red Cross Australia, the organizers are aiming to support those who need it most.
We felt as a music community helpless when the news broke out about the Australian bushfire disasters. Working alongside one of the event organizers who was a previous resident in Australia, we felt like something had to be done, as many people didn’t know how to help. By reaching out to a few DJ’s in the industry, we managed to gain great traction from those who were willing to use their time and creativity for a great cause and DJ set. We are really happy with the lineup and the BBC Radio 1 headliner, who will be announced on the day – bringing incredible energy to the decks. Join us in helping those in need through the act of raving and great music. – Patrick Nazemi
The mammoth line-up of DJs will be all be volunteering their precious time to play sweet music in order to raise the hefty donation. Tickets are £10 and can be purchased from Omeara’s website; however if you can’t make it and want to donate ‘I can’t make it’ tickets are available on the same page.