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Thursday, 1 March 2018

Hope for the Homeless - Friday 9th March at Hideout, Brighton



Pablo Contraband and friends, Affy Go Bang and The Juke of York are getting together to throw one hell of a party in order to raise further funds and awareness around Brighton’s homelessness epidemic.

It’s become an unacceptable situation, and one we feel passionate about and would like to take steps to help as many people get off the streets and back to a safe and stable home life. 
We’ve found the ideal spot to throw the party, Hideout is a new 200 capacity venue that perfectly lend's itself to an intimate house party vibe. They've also just had a cracking Function One sound system installed.

DJ's: Pablo Contraband, Affy Go Bang and The Juke of York 

PLUS SPECIAL GUESTS: Ben Pistor (Disco Bloodbath) and Tech Support.

We are also be holding an old school raffle with loads of fantastic prizes up for grabs. 

Entry is £5 and this doubles a raffle ticket  TICKETS

Raffle Tickets are available online as well as on the night to it's really easy to show your support and help make a difference.

ALL THESE PRIZES HAVE BEEN KINDLY DONATED SO FAR:

Oral B Pro 2500N Electric Toothbrush implanted by Twenty One Dental

A Bottle of beautifully presented Champagne from Materialise Interiors


Treat yourself from the devine selection of objects d'Beard with a voucher for Mr. Masey's Emporium of Beards


A pair of Pro Passes to Brighton Music Conference.

A crate of Lazy Lizard Beer company's finest cerveza.

Winner, winner chicken dinner (for 2) at The Bok Shop

Get your paws on a crafty case of Big Hug Beer

Fill yer boots - Meal for 2 at Buddies 24 Hour Cafe / Bar and Restaurant.

A selction of err.. CD's from DJ Nick The Record

A stack of Vinyl from Luv Shack Records

AND LOADS MORE TO COME ONCE WE"VE SHIFTED x 50 Tickets
LINK https://discodeviant.ticketabc.com/events/hope-homeless-raff-3/

We're looking forward to seeing all of our friends at once!

Supporting: The Clock Tower SanctuaryOff The Fence and GalvaniseBH: Sharing for Change