Entitled RAVE SAFE, the event will raise funds for non-profit drug awareness and harm prevention the loop.
It will take place this Sunday, August 15 at the Tottenham site, from 1 p.m. to 11 p.m.
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The announcement follows the death of Bill, 21, on July 31. Bill died of a suspected drug overdose. He had attended a party at The Cause the day before.
Of the incident, the team behind the nightclub said:
“Sadly this is one of many incidents involving hospitalization or death that have occurred in recent weeks since clubs reopened in the UK… we want to avoid further tragedies and we want to help educate and to raise awareness as much as possible. ”
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While programming for Sunday’s event is currently underway, previous last minute fundraisers at The Cause have featured Four Tet, Jamie XX, HAAI, Call Super, Shanti Celeste, Leon Vynehall and Machine Woman. In the official announcement, organizers urge revelers to “trust us to throw a mega party for an incredible cause.”
Bill’s family also shared a campaign in his memory, with donations helping “to build a legacy for Bill by developing ideas alongside Bill’s friends and the music institute where he studied, BIMM (whose goal is to help young people find their place in industry). ”
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The family’s fundraiser will also help with charities that help raise awareness about drug safety in the nightlife industry.
This week, Reading and Leeds Festivals made plans to educate participating young people about the risks of multiple drug use, mixing drugs with alcohol and the importance of staying hydrated. The organizers plan to spread the message through animations that will be screened before and during the respective events.
Safi Bugel is Mixmag’s digital intern, follow her on Twitter