The campaign, which was launched today, is geared to support nightclubs, dance music events and festivals all of which have yet to receive funding via previously announced measures. Much of the industry is in crisis as a result of the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic which has cost many livelihoods and businesses in this sector already.
A statement has been issued alongside a number of call to action requests online:
"The #letusdance campaign is an urgent plea to the government to support UK’s dance music and events sector The call to the government comes since the announcement of a £1.57bn support package for Britain's arts and culture sector. However, the government narrative to-date on the allocation of this support has not included nightclubs, dance music events and festivals to receive funding from this package for the arts."
Powered by NTIA please complete the following actions online. More information HERE.
1. Social Media Posts
Post your favourite picture from a recent nightclub, dance festival or event with a note supporting its place within arts and culture.
If you would like to use the standard assets which have been created for the campaign or create your own designs using the logo, all components can be found on this link: #LetUsDance Assets
Pre-made social media graphics can also be used and downloaded here.
Please use the hashtag #LetUsDance with all posts.
2.Letter to Local MP
A draft letter to local MP’s will be available via an automated online system for fans, artists and industry professionals to access and send automatically.
Access the letter here.
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