The DJ-run initiative continues to support Japan with a fundraiser that's part rave, part exhibition.
Red Dot Relief are throwing a fundraiser in London next Thursday at The Red Gallery and Rivington Studios.
The night will be split into two parts. From 7 PM, the Red Gallery will show photographs of London parties taken over the last decade by Rob Lowe, Nick Ensing and Ralf Obergfell. All of the pictures will be for sale, with 100% of the proceeds going to Peace Boat, Red Dot Relief's charity of choice. The exhibition will be soundtracked by Road to Nowhere and Shoplifter, a disco collective made up of jozif, Craig Richards and Darren Smart.
The more full-on party will take place next door at Rivington Studios from about 10 PM. Seth Troxler, who is essentially Red Dot Relief's main spokesperson, will headline, joined by fellow Visionquest member Ryan Crosson, Hot Natured artist Jamie Jones, all of the Shoplifter crew and Claus Voigtmann of Toi Toi, who are promoting the event.
Since it launched in March, Red Dot Relief has raised $35,000 for victims in Japan, all of which came from some part of the dance music community. You can read more about the project on its official website.
Tickets to The Red Dot Relief Official Fundraising Event are available on RA. In the spirit of the event, we'll be donating 100% of our booking fee to the cause.