Lockdown Volunteers Launch Online Festival to Combat Social Injustices

For many people 2020 has been a tough year. Though the world seems more divided than ever, there is hope. Recently, we’ve seen that the desire for connection and equality can be a formidable force, whether it is millions of people taking to the streets at Black Lives Matter protests, or individuals caring for the most vulnerable during the global pandemic.

Now is the time to open up conversations about equality and create a platform to ignite real change.

This is what we plan to do with RAAH. fest!

RAAH. fest is an online festival streaming on the 26th September 2020. We are looking to raise £1million for 20 incredible charities based in the UK through broadcasting approx. 8-hour festival.

The eight-hour festival will feature performances from 30 artists including Inoxia, Poppy Ajudha and Gabrielle Aplin. It will also include documentaries and personal stories from people who have experienced migration and displacement, human trafficking, racial discrimination, or other injustices.

Publicity for the build-up to the event includes a socially distanced bike ride from London to Sheffield taking place from 18th- 23rd September 2020.

For more information, please visit https://www.raahfest.org/