Dance for Australia – An electronic music benefit for ARC
The start of the new decade is being overshadowed by news of the devastating fires in Australia which are unlikely to slip anyone’s attention.
Are you worried? Is this putting an extra downer on your usual January blues? Are you asking yourself “What can I do?” – Then look no further!
On this night you can dance away your blues to some sweet electronic tunes with a good conscience as we donate all the money from the entrance to ARC – The Animal Rescue Collective who work to rescue and preserve wildlife all over Australia
➡️ Entrance is donation based – we propose 40 kr, but anyone is welcome to participate no matter what they can give.
Doors open at 20.00
First concert starts at 21.00
▪️ Flamboyance is a sparkling new band playing 80’s inspired Italo disco/Synth pop. With lyrics about heartache and Weltschmertz in the thick sauce of 1.000 synthesizers their tunes are sure to have you dancing in no time!
▪️ Albert Severin is a new solo project by Patrick Ringsborg. His hard-hitting beats combined with playful synths and samples hit the sweet spot between acid house, EBM and techno where you can loose yourself in a dancing trance while you rage against the machine!
▪️ DJ Momo has been a regular guest behind the decks at Studenterhuset for years and will bring a special mix of 80s, electronica, hidden gems and guilty pleasures – all chosen with the sole purpose of keeping you on the dance floor all night!
▪️ TBA: More artists may be added to the line-up
The Rescue Collective/ARC and ARFCG are nation-wide projects to support Animal Rescuers in need. They do this by fundraising and sourcing large amounts of product, food and volunteers to support Animal Rescuers and then giving this away to groups around Australia in need.
The program has also established a national network of volunteers, drop sites, storage hubs and safehouses that support Animals in wildlife rescue, especially after the bushfires. The project ships tonnage of donated food, supporting wildlife product and thousands of donated items around Australia.
This is one of the largest volunteer rescue support movements in Australia. Rescue groups including WIRES, Australia Zoo, Sydney Wildlife and nearly every registered Wildlife org have been recipients of the program’s support.
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