The event will kick off Mental Health Month.
Australian DJ Hot Dub Time Machine is continuing his renowned livestream efforts, this time partnering up with Lifeline to raise money for all those in need, especially as lockdowns continue. Taking place this Saturday, the event will kick off Mental Health Month, and is available to stream on the DJ's Twitch channel.
“Hot Dub at Home has always been about bringing some fun and joy into lockdown life and I constantly get messages from people saying how much it has helped them get through some grim times,” explains Tom Lowndes, the musical mind behind Hot Dub, . “We use the communal joy of music and dancing to bring everyone together, whether you’re alone or with a family, into one shared party experience. I’m aware of the great work Lifeline has been doing, offering important help and counselling to people who really need it, and how stretched they have been recently, so we’re very happy to team up for this stream and raise some cash.”
Colin Seery, CEO Lifeline Australia, adds, “Connection is key, particularly in these uncertain times. Lifeline is really excited to partner with Hot Dub at Home to promote self-care through music for the start of Mental Health Month. Currently Lifeline receives a call for help every 30 seconds, feel extra good knowing that this live fundraiser will support Australians in need right now.”
Tune in Saturday October 2, 6-8pm AEST here.