Vienna-based label and collective Freeride Millenium are hosting a 12 hour takeover on Munich's Radio 80000 to raise money for Queer Base, a charity that help LGBTQI+ refugees to find housing, language classes, STI testing, community work and legal advice.
This marks the second virtual fundraising event Freeride Millenium have hosted to raise money for the charity and will see DJs from across the world play from 12:00 - midnight CET on Saturday 20th February, streamed via the radio station.
The full line up includes Bashkka, Clark Price, David Elimelech, Josh Caffe, Matisa, Modular Project, Raphael Schön, ROTCIV, Stacy Christine, Therese Terror, WILMA and Zombies In Miami.
Queer Base represents people that identify as LGBTQI+ and have had to leave their country due to persecution. In Vienna, Queer Base organizes housing, German classes, STI testing, community work and legal advice, which is the most crucial element as it allows the queer community to secure a fair and impartial trial.
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