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All money collected will go to the women’s aid of Medica Mondiale.
Following up on the success of its first hybrid event with the ‘Wurzelfestival’, innovative start-up LifeLive.io is now set to present its own interactive-digital ‘Charity Festival’ this September 18th.
Up on different digital stages, the LifeLive.io Charity Festival will showcase performances by Pan-Pot in ‘Extended Reality’ (IN X SPACE Technologies), Super Flu, and a Stil vor Talent-hosted floor, featuring acts such as Niko Schwind and many others.
While the income of past events went completely to the participating artists and labels to support the creative and cultural community, now all collected money will be donated to the women’s aid of Medica Mondiale, an organization that campaigns for women’s rights worldwide and supports women and girls traumatized by sexual violence in war zones.
‘The entrance to the streamed ‘LifeLive Charity Festival’ is free for all users – but participating guests have the possibility to donate an amount of their choice. We are incredibly grateful for the commitment of the artists and would like to make a positive difference with the festival and the donations for Medica Mondiale,’ explain LifeLive.io founders Daniel Breyer and Felix Reiter.
The LifeLive.io ‘Charity Festival’ will go live on September 18th, and can be experienced exclusively on the streaming platform lifelive.io.
Get involved, and learn more about Medica Mondiale here.