The London club night and record label has announced it will host a free party this Friday in light of the unfortunate events last week, with donations going to an anti-knife crime charity.
Giles Smith and James Priestly have announced their hugely popular club night and record label Secretsundaze will hold a free party this Friday June 5 at Village Underground in London, with special unannounced guests playing alongside the two founders. The night is being held in response to the violence that erupted at their May Bank Holiday event at Studio 338 in Greenwich – with two attendees requiring hospitalisation after being attacked, subsequently the night was closed early. Secretsundaze issued a statement via their Facebook in response to the incident.
The night will be free entry but those in attendance have the option to make a donation to Arts Against Knives, a charity which “works with at-risk young people living in areas of London affected by knife crime and facilitates creative opportunities to help them secure employment, education or training.”
For more information on the night this Friday June 5 visit the event page.