- The Tottenham venue will host three fundraisers in February featuring Leon Vynehall, Fred P, DEBONAIR and more.
London club The Cause is doing its bit for the Australian bushfire emergency.
The team behind the Tottenham venue wants to raise $50,000 across three parties in February, collaborating with promoters such as Percolate, Bizarro and Dance For Refuge. Artists confirmed for events on the 8th, 14th and 22nd include George FitzGerald, Machine Woman, DEBONAIR, Matt Jam Lamont, Leon Vynehall, Fred P, FunkinEven and RAW SILK. Expect several TBA guests, too.
"A lot of people reached out to us to help," Stuart Glen, The Cause cofounder, says. "Due to the last-minute extension of our building, we had gaps in the diary and brought all our resources together. It feels great to strike back against all odds with such a ridiculously heavy lineup, while simultaneously making a big chunk for organisations that need help."
"Very sadly, fire is ravaging First Nations sacred land with losses of homes, severe damage to property and significant destruction resulting in losses of flora and fauna and sadly the lives of people," added a Bizarro representative.
Profits from the first two shows will be split between Fire Relief Fund For First Nations Communities and WIRES Australian Wildlife Rescue Organisation. All proceeds from the 22nd will go Wildlife Victoria.