IDLES bassist Adam ‘Dev’ Devonshire has organised a star-studded livestream in assist of studying disabilities and autism charity Gig Buddies.
The present, which takes place from 6pm to 11pm BST on June 20, contains a music line-up headlined by Welsh post-hardcore outfit Mclusky, in addition to Willie J Healey, TV Priest, Fenne Lily, Dogeyed and Wilderman.
Stewart Lee tops a comedy invoice that additionally options Seann Walsh and Josh Weller. The present will likely be streamed reside from The Trade in Bristol.
As well as, the occasion consists of an internet raffle to win prizes donated by the likes of The Nationwide, Sharon Van Etten, Mogwai, Slowdive and BEAK>, and art work from the likes of Bristol artist Sickboy, The Maccabees‘ Orlando Weeks and Bristol scene fixture Huge Jeff.
IMMENSE line-up, superior trigger. Organised by Dev of @idlesband , the occasion is PWYC/£5 donation with an choice to enter a raffle with prizes from @TheNational @mogwaiband @sharonvanetten @slowdiveband @BeakBristol @BigJeffJohns Sickboy & extra! >>> https://t.co/HL4TBOsoLG <<< pic.twitter.com/XSRh7C8Rlk
— Trade Bristol (@exchangebristol) Might 4, 2021
Tickets for the present and raffle can be found right here, with a advised £5 donation to Gig Buddies, a charity that matches adults with studying disabilities and/or autism with a volunteer with whom they’ll attend gigs and occasions collectively.
Devonshire stated: “After witnessing first hand what important and great work Gig Buddies do, It has been an honour and a privilege for me to be working with them and to assist elevate consciousness of the great service that they supply.
“Music and reside occasions present us all with a lot happiness and catharsis, everybody deserves to have that pleasure of their lives. As we’re all hopefully getting again to a spot the place reside occasions will likely be taking place once more, now is a superb time to lift consciousness for the charity.”
Devonshire will not be the one member of IDLES presently pursuing charitable causes. Final week, the band’s Jon Beavis accomplished a 104km charity run in assist of girls’s organisations Rosa and Reclaim These Streets.