DJ Bone's FURTHER series announces return of 'Homeless Homies' fundraiser
It'll be back at Amsterdam Dance Event next month, at FURTHER's home, RADION.Amsterdam
DJ Bone's event series FURTHER has announced the return of its fundraiser concept, Homeless Homies.
Taking place at Amsterdam Dance Event next month on October 22 at FURTHER's home base of RADION.Amsterdam, DJ Bone and his friends will be playing an eight-hour, four room daytime rave.
100% of proceeds from the event will be donated across the international Homeless Homies shelter partners, and Amsterdam's De Regenboog Groep.
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There's an iconic line-up in tow of over 25 DJs for the event including Ellen Allien, Ryan Elliot, Paula Temple and Carlos Valdes, all of whom are donating their time towards the cause.
A new addition this year to Homeless Homies is its first ever silent auction. A collection of renowned DJs and artists have donated a variety of special prizes - including bespoke personal and professional items, experiences and one-on-one meetings - to be bid on by those who wish to get involved. Again, all proceeds will go towards the aforementioned causes.
Bidding starts at 1pm and lasts until 6pm. Those wanting to get involved must be present at the event or bid online, taking ownership of their items at the end of the party (which finishes at 8pm).
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'Homeless Homies' was established by DJ Bone and his wife Ahnne in 2002, and is 100% funded by sales on his label Subject Detroit. Its goal is to unite the electronic music community in helping the unhoused, from Detroit to Amsterdam and beyond.
Tickets are available now, with all buyers receiving a free Homeless Homies tshirt - you can get yours here.
Niamh Ingram is Mixmag's Weekend Editor, follow her on Twitter