A charity rave in North London next month will raise funds for Centrepoint.
A response to record numbers of homelessness amongst youth in the UK, the Jungle Jam-hosted event at The Cause on 6th December will raise money for the charity, which provides accommodation and support to homeless people aged between 16–25.
Sponsored by Red Bull and Leeds design company FYI, the event will feature sets from the likes of Makoto & MC Conrad, Jamie Rodigan B2B Uncle Dugs, Source Direct, DJ Flight, Foul Play and Fracture (pictured), who will play B2B with an as-of-yet unannounced BBC Radio 1 special guest.
Jungle Jam promoter and FYI director Thomas Buxey said, "You don’t need to belong to the political left or right to see that these young men and women are the future of our country and deserve support through the hardest of times. We all have a part to play and I’m delighted that Jungle Jam is working with a legendary crop of artists to support Centrepoint’s tireless work.”
Tickets for the event can be bought here.
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