War Child announces new platform designed to mobilise UK underground music community
The platform is called ‘The Right To Dance’ and the focus is on utilising the values that have built underground music scenes throughout history.
The newly launched membership system will offer access to events, music, merch and discounts whilst supporting War Child charity initiatives. The platform is called ‘The Right To Dance’ and the focus is on utilising the values that have built underground music scenes throughout history with War Child’s work in the field supporting children impacted by war.
TRTD launched earlier today and an event will be hosted later this week in the form of a Yemen Emergency Fundraiser which will be hosted on Sunday 5 Dec at Oval Space & Pickle Factory, in partnership with We Out Here Festival & Foundation FM.
Rob Williams, CEO of War Child commented:
“For over 25 years War Child has been working with the music industry to make remarkable things happen. In the UK, War Child’s work has motivated artists to record unique music and perform unforgettable shows. Now, we add a building block to our musical heritage with The Right To Dance – creating a new movement rooted in the values shared between War Child and the underground music community to change the lives of children living in conflict across the world”
Join the platform HERE.