Pro-ject Warehouse are back with a new charity rave

Dance the night away all in aid of charity this August as Pro-ject Warehouse host a charity rave for Leukaemia Care.

Party-goers will be able to dance the night away all in aid of charity this August as Pro-ject return for another charity rave for Leukaemia Care.

Pro-ject is a house music brand founded in Worcester. They have been touring Europe for the past three months and for one night on Saturday 18th August will be returning to Worcester, with 100% of ticket sales donated to Worcester-based national charity Leukaemia Care, who support anyone affected by a blood cancer diagnosis.

Huge festival production will be installed and acts on the night include headline artist Jacky from Defected Records, Jay Newman, founder of Pro-ject Warehouse and a world touring house DJ himself, along with a number of other DJs.

Jay Newman, Pro-ject founder, said, “Every year we dedicate one show in our calendar to working with a local charity and we’re super excited to work with Leukaemia Care for our 2018 charity fundraiser. The staff at the charity have been amazing leading up to this event and with everyone’s help we’re hoping to raise thousands for another amazing local charity.”

Nicole Scully, fundraising manager at Leukaemia Care, said, “We’re delighted to be working with Pro-ject. I’ve seen their growth over the years and they are at the heart of the dance scene in Worcester and now we’re really excited to be associated with this fantastic brand. We’ve heard the plans Jay has for the night and we can’t wait to see how it is going to unfold.”

The warehouse rave will be held at the now fully refurbished Crystal Warehouse in Worcester, WR1 2BJ.

Tickets are £9 and are on sale now at: https://www.projecteventsuk.com/.

Pro-ject Warehouse would like to thank the following suppliers for their support: Sampson Burgers, Maximus Security, FX Hire, and Mr. Tee King of Desserts.

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