On the 25th and 26th June South Hollands’ contemporary creative/art scene, with DJs, Film Directors, Expos, and Multidisciplinary Artists, performs in a livestream music Fundraising Festival from Rotterdam and The Hague to raise awareness and donations for the Erasmus MC Foundation for research against COVID-19. The Naughty Fundraising Festival is an initiative of Every day is Friday and Royal Surf Club, supported by Hostel Room Rotterdam, marketingSpark, cultureSpark, Famous Hostels, The Grey Space in the Middle.
Naughty Fundraising Festival’s goal
The initiators Every day is Friday and Royal Surf Club decided to organize this special livestream fundraising festival to contribute to the fight against COVID-19.
Erasmus MC has already added a lot of information into the international data pool about the virus, which is used by almost every nation right now, such as blood plasma transfusions. But further research and funds are needed. The goal of the Naughty Fundraising Festival is to raise awareness and money for this research. The full amount (100%) of the donations will go directly to fund the research of Er. We invite everyone to help, with either €1 or €10, or however much won’t hurt you.
Naughty Fundraising Festival’s program
The livestream is an online streamed festival with a very broad program that includes singer-songwriters, bands, DJ’s and contemporary- or performance artists.
Thursday 25th June:
– Lucky Blue (Live Band)
– The Tommyrots (Live Band)
– Marinella Iezzi (Singer-Songwriter)
– Just This Palace (Art expo)
– Sydney Rahimtoola x Nadine (DJ Set)
– Laacarnosaa (Federica Notari ) X Girldcc ( Latisha Horstink ) (DJ Set)
– Domo-Sol (Siem Steeb and Kin Mun) (DJ Set)
Friday 26th June:
– Miri Floores (DJ Set)
– Carlos Eperon (DJ Set)
– Lex Anders (DJ Set)
– Berk Duygun (DJ Set)
– Sydney Rahimtoola (DJ Set)
– Sven Peetoom (Film Director), Chris de Krijger (Film Director), Arjen van Doezelaar (Film Director)
Free registration and donation page
Register for the livestream music festival on the Naughty Fundraising Festival Facebook page.
The festival is free to ‘tune in’ to. The focus is of course to ask some attention, raise some awareness and raise some money for the hard working researchers that might help the world out of its current state. So please consider your donation as a ‘ticket’ for the festival. You can donate the amount that you can miss here.
The organisers, co-hosts and collaborators are all non-profiting participants, as we all share the same purpose that is to not wait but actually do something that, hopefully, supports and speeds up the processes and research that will help the world get rid of this pandemic.
For better days ahead!
[Artwork featured image by Alice Evans]