The inaugural year of Rave Against Racism sees a multitude of the biggest names perform in Birmingham. The event has been organised to help bring bigotry to an end, raise awareness and spread the anti-racism message worldwide.
Starting in Birmingham, the not-for-profit organisation has been busy gathering some of the best artists which will be set over five stages at Alfie Bird & The Oobleck in Digbeth.
The line up includes Andy YamWho, Adam Regan, Anton Debiage, Beck&Bird, Danny Mekanik, Deano Farrino, Deep City Soul, Don Carlo, Discomendments, Free School, Funk D’Void, Harvey Lane, Jake Conlon, Jakkin Rabbit, Jam Jah Sound, Jah Hamma Sound System & Cheshire Cat, Jock Lee, Jonnie Greaves, Kenny Redz (Promised Land), Lee Marks, Leftside Wobble, Leo Zero, Mark Rae Music, Peza, Problematic Disko, Rich Lane, Rob Mello, Sir Real, Sticky Joe, Steve Cobby (Fila Brazillia), Truth & Lies Music, Winston Hazel (Forgemasters) and Young Warrior.
There will also be live art & graffiti by the Canvas crew. An 8Bit Lounge with retro gaming, AV and music from Chromatouch, Subcitizen and friends.
Tickets are buy 2 get 1 free from http://goo.gl/EroKB6