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Gut Level Presents: 14 Hour Fundraising Party Live Stream

On Saturday 2 May, Gut Level presented a 14-hour, day-to-night live stream party raising money for Foodhall and These Walls Must Fall Coronavirus Solidarity Fund – two organisations who are working harder than ever to help the most vulnerable in the city and wider regions.

The day started at 11am with some yoga, before a live set from Rosey PM, followed by DJ sets from a lineup of parties and people including: All Hands On Deck, FLAW Collective, GROUNDWORK, Aqualab, Satsumas Bristol, Sheffield Techno Institute, Planet Fun Hun, As Is, Apricot Ballroom, and more.

Stream recordings from the event on Gut Level's Twitch channel

Expect Italo, Garage, House, Techno, Electro, Trance, and more.

During the pandemic, the volunteer-powered community at Foodhall is working hard to ensure that everyone in Sheffield can access the food they need. They're providing food and support to members of the public, especially those most at-risk and isolated. You can help them keep up this amazing work by making a donation, to fund essential items for food parcels and prepared meals.

These Walls Must Fall C19 Solidarity Fund is a national network of campaigners and supporters in communities who want to see an end to immigration detention. At the moment, they are campaigning to empty the detention centres before Covid-19 takes hold. Many people with insecure immigration status don’t qualify for government help, and are missing out on local voluntary initiatives.

Donate here

Any contributions are very much appreciated, though there is no obligation to donate.

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