Three part DJ stream series to raise money for Homeless takes place this weekend

Titled 'Beats For Beds' all proceeds raised as part of the weekend of streamed events will be donated.

Three part DJ stream series to raise money for Homeless takes place this weekend

Titled 'Beats For Beds' all proceeds raised as part of the weekend of streamed events will be donated.

Starting tomorrow a stream will be hosted online showcasing a brilliant array of talented dj's and musicians in a bid to raise money to support those homeless at Christmas this year. Sean Johnston, Justin Robertson, Richard Sen and Working Mens Club are just a few of the acts confirmed to appear on the virtual stream in aid of the homeless and welfare focussed charity Shelter. 

Titled 'Beats For Beds' all proceeds raised as part of the weekend of streamed events will be donated. 

All details can be found below & HERE

'A Live Stream Virtual festival featuring an incredible line up of DJ talent across the weekend of December 18th 19th 20th, RAISING money for SHELTER.

Kicking off proceedings and Streaming live from Manchester from 8pm - 2am is Club Solo featuring Manchester's Finest Chris Massey & Regular Club Solo DJ's.

Saturday 19th sees the party move across the way to Leeds courtesy of the incredible Sheaf Street venue with Paisley Dark hosting a stellar line up including ACR Soundsystem (Martin & Jez: A Certain Ratio), Clandestino, John Paynter, Ed Mahon, Reeshy + Very Special Guest to be announced.

Sunday 20th sees the party move south to London with MTCRADIO & Feed Your Head hosting a full day of shenanigans with Feed Your Heads Scott Hutchinson kicking off proceedings at 11am and guest appearances through the day from Duncan Gray, Tronik Youth, From Beyond, with Ed Tomlinson rounding off proceedings at midnight also with a very special Guest to be announced!

All 3 days will be streamed live for a real home festival experience, kitchen disco style!

ALL DJ's are playing in aid of SHELTER so please give generously and spread the word...AND PLEASE DONATE HERE.'

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