Organisers of a charity rave will be donating all of its proceeds to the Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity.
The hospital is a leading, specialist paediatric centre, delivering some of the most advanced treatments, complex surgical procedures and cutting-edge research to over 90,000 children and young people from across the UK and beyond. The charity rave is described by the organiser as a ‘thank you’ for all the support received over the years.
The event will be taking place on Saturday, March 25, at the Birmingham-based venue Tunnel Club, between 10pm and 5am.
R&B, drum and bass and jungle will be among some of the music genres featured to make the event a night to remember for all of those in attendance.
The rave has been organised by MC Magika, with his Raveology promotion crew teaming up with other groups for the big event. MC Magika has spoken about how the Birmingham Children’s Hospital has helped people over the years, saying:
“We’ve got a huge hospital here. Kids come from all across the country. Everybody’s got a connection to this hospital, especially when we put out the post. The amount of comments, all these lovely stories.
“One mentioned how the hospital saved their life. Another mentioned their child was here, unfortunately, passed away, but praised the hospital for their support and care.
“We wanted to do this as a thank you, a payback, a give back. Our community, the drum and bass, breakbeat, dance music community – helping our community at large.
“We all love kids and who doesn’t love music? It’s going to be a beautiful thing, an annual thing that we can do for the hospital and hopefully give them some money.”
Will Graves, the regional fundraiser at Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity, added: “The creativity of our supporters never ceases to amaze us, and we are so grateful to Raveology for choosing to support our hospital and charity in this innovative way.”
All proceeds from the rave will go towards championing state-of-the-art equipment and ground-breaking research to support the absolute best patient environments and helping to improve standards of excellence in research, education and treatment. For more information, visit the Birmingham Children’s Hospital charity website.