Pirate DJs Attempt A World Record For Charity

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PIRATE.COM has teamed up with eott and Last Night The DJ Saved My Life to break the world record for most DJs to play back to back. The event will take place at PIRATE Tottenham on 25th September and raise money for music mental health charity KeyChanges.

Below, find all the details including how to take part and donate.

Get Involved

The event will take place on 25th September at PIRATE Tottenham. Throughout the day, over 200 DJs will perform back to back as part of a broadcasted live stream.

If you're a DJ and you're up for playing at the fundraiser, sign up here.

If you'd like to donate, you can do so here.

Every Donation Makes A Difference

Our fundraising goal is to reach £5,000. Here’s how that money can make a difference:

  • £200 would fund a 5-week Studio Discovery experience for a young person wanting to re-engage with music

  • £1,000 would fund six months of mentoring support for a young musician experiencing mental illness

  • £5,000 would fund one year of weekly music activities for young mental health patients in hospital

To pledge what you can, head to our Just Giving page. 100% of your donation will go directly to KeyChanges.

Meet Our Partners

We're really excited to be running this event alongside two brilliant fundraising organisations - eott and Last Night A DJ Saved My Life. Below, you can find out more about who they are and what they do.


eott are a music community that cares about mental health. Founded in 2019, the organisation's sole focus is mental health, all year round.

In order to raise funds for mental health charities, eott release clothing, publish media and host parties. In the past they’ve worked alongside popular music brands Keep Hush and Krudd, and received support from artists such as Loyle Carner, Slowthai and Mahalia.

To date, eott have raised almost £15,000 and their information pamphlets (such as ‘reasons to check up on your mates’ and ‘checking up on one’s g’) have accumulated viewership in the 6 figures, whilst their ‘u k, g?’ clothes have reached all corners of the country and globe, even appearing on Hungarian Big Brother.

Last Night A DJ Saved My Life

The Last Night A DJ Saved My Life Foundation (LNADJ) have been creating unique fundraising initiatives, allowing the electronic music community to help children and young people in crisis, for the past 11 years.

To date, their Set for Love campaign has raised over £165k and has received the support of many of the world’s top DJs and brands, as well as inspiring 1000s of 'bedroom DJs’ from over 80 countries. These funds have been distributed to a variety of their partner projects around the world.

Their Have A Drink On Us project which provides fresh water to communities in Africa and India has been running for several years and has funded the building of 80 wells, giving over 50k people daily access to clean water, transforming their communities.

See you there, or online

We'd love to see as many DJs and supporters as possible at PIRATE Tottenham on 25th September. However, if you can't make it, you can still watch the stream via our Twitch channel.

To play a tune in the world's longest B2B - sign up here.

To donate to Keychanges - head to our Just Giving page here.

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