MALE CANCER CHARITY
ONE FOR THE BOYS
ONE-OFF MASQUERAVE 30 APRIL FEATURING JAMIE XX, SETH TROXLER, EATS EVERYTHING, CATCHMENT, TOM FINDLAY
Male cancer charity One For The Boys announces star-studded ‘Black Tie Masquerave’ dance party
30th April at London’s Troxy
Dance legends to play masqued ‘black tie’ rave to raise awareness of male cancer
London, UK, 31st March 2016: One For The Boys, the charity, which aims to unite men and raise awareness and funds for male cancer, today announces the opening event of its 2016 fundraising calendar: The Masquerave: Black Tie & Big Beats.
On Saturday 30th April, 2016, some of the most respected DJs in the world come together to help One For The Boys. Dance legends, current major players and rising stars are getting together to show their support, inviting the public to raise money for the fight against male cancer.
Featuring DJ sets from the likes of Faithless, Eats Everything, Tom Findlay of Groove Armada, Jamiexx, Jillionaire, Seth Troxler, Catchment, Patrick Topping, and more (including surprise special guests), this is a night not to be missed.
The charity, founded by Sofia Davis and chaired by Samuel L Jackson, has teamed up with FIAT to drive conversations around men’s health and bring you this night of music at iconic London dance venue, Troxy.
Samuel L Jackson says: “Music is one of the best ways of bringing together and connecting people and helping to start conversations, conversations that may save lives. Having the support of some of the best dance DJs for a cause like this, as well as our new partners FIAT, will help us reach an even bigger audience and drive the conversation about male cancer.”
Set in a truly iconic rave setting, One For The Boys are inviting ravers to showcase their best version of black tie – with masks (Masquerave) mandatory. During the evening’s climax, revellers will be asked to shed their masks en masse and stand together, united in the face of cancer.
Sebastiano Fedrigo, Country Manager FIAT UK, comments: “Men are notoriously shy at opening up about their personal health, particularly when it comes to the really big issues like cancer. We at FIAT want to do as much as we can to help, by getting us all to talk more in one of the best places to do so – our cars. A little privacy and no eye contact makes it a lot easier for us guys to open up. We’re keen to do our bit in ‘driving conversations’ and I’m really proud that we are supporting One For the Boys through the Masquerave music event.”
The night marks the beginning of this year’s campaigning for One For The Boys, which aims to make a difference – educating men about cancer and getting them to prioritise their health.
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