RAAH.Fest 2020: Enjoy live performances, support the Family Fund and others

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source: RAAH.Fest
published: 14 October 2020

It’s almost time! Mark the date, enjoy live performances, support the National Family Fund and others.

RAAH. Fest is an online festival streaming via YouTube on the 24 October 2020. It is a charity music festival to amplify the voices of young people affected by migration displacement, human trafficking and racial discrimination.

​RAAH.Fest is 100% run by volunteers and supports people and charities in the youth sector.

The eight-hour festival will feature performances from 30 artists including Inoxia, Poppy Ajudha, Joy Crookes, and Gabrielle Aplin. It will also include documentaries and personal stories from people who have experienced migration and displacement, human trafficking, racial discrimination, or other injustices. See the lineup here >

Message from the National Family Fund

“We lose our loved ones, and the legacy of their last words is ‘I can’t breath.’ – families never forget. RAAH, we thank you for such a forward thinking initiative, and we thank you for recognizing the trauma that our families have had to face and endure”

– Michelle Kelly : Friends of Mikey Powell Campaign & 4WardEverUK –

Funds raised by RAAH.Fest will go towards helping our selected charities, providing grants for individuals/grassroots projects and ensuring RAAH can continue to do good. Learn more here >

Subscribe to the RAAH.Fest YouTube channel. This will build RAAH’s viewings for the day of the festival – so it is essential! (Click Here)

RAAH.Fest Fund is a restricted fund operating under the auspices of Prism the Gift Fund, Registered Charity Number: 1099682.

Important & Useful References:

See the list of charities RAAH is supporting this year >

Download the summary note from RAAH >

Donation Information : RAAH Fest Fund >

See more about RAAH.Fest here >

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