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General News / November 4, 2019

Wigwam to host fundraiser for Aida Camp Youth Center

General News / November 4, 2019

Wigwam to host fundraiser for Aida Camp Youth Center

Wigwam to host night to raise funds for Aida Camp Youth Centre, with an all star local line-up.

Friday 15 November sees a string of local DJs band together to raise funds for a youth centre located in Aida Refugee Camp, Bethlehem. Founded in 1968 with the main purpose of serving the local community it is home to nearly 6,000 Palestinians.

Due to a lack of resources and funds there is a risk of the centre closing its doors. Run on a voluntary basis, the conditions have become increasingly worse with poor sewage and electricity whilst simultaneously being subject to regular military attacks.

Despite the aforementioned adversity, the centre provides one of the few places the kids in the community can go to exercise their creative muscles and socialise with others.

The fundraiser will feature Marcus Woods [Burner Records], Roo HoneyChild [Club Comfort], Marc McLoughlin [Constellation/Slither] and SoHotSoSpicy [Thrust Collective] in what promises to be a dance inducing extravaganza. Get down and boogie for a good cause.

Tickets on the door, €10 waged/ €6 unwaged.
Doors 11pm Friday 15 November 2019.

Click here for more info.

For more information on the center, please visit their website: http://www.aidacenter.org/.