The international dance music festival, Beats For Beds, to raise money for charities for the homeless


A festival, focused on raising funds for charities fighting homelessness, is scheduled to take place in December.

Beats For Beds will span multiple global venues and include a three-day live stream with paid events taking place in London, Manchester, Leeds, Melbourne, British Columbia and elsewhere.

The three England-based events will take place at the Carlton Club in Manchester on December 17th, at the Werkhaus in London on December 18th and, finally, at the Belgrave Music Hall in Leeds on December 19th. In Manchester, Mr. Scruff and Ruf Dug will perform for the first time in b2b as ScruffDug, while Friendly Fires will perform a DJ set at the London event, with Justin Robertson also starring. Man Power and PBR Streetgang will play in Leeds.

The events will raise funds for Shelter, a homeless charity, while proceeds from the holidays in other countries will go to homeless charities in their respective countries.

Edward Tomlinson, founder of Beats For Beds, said in a statement: “As a society we need to make sure we take care of the most unfortunate. On a global scale. Beats for Beds wants to help raise awareness and raise funds. essential for charities for the homeless around the world.

For those unable to attend in person, each event will be streamed live via Mixcloud here streaming from noon on December 17th until midnight on December 19th. You can also donate here.

Get tickets for events in England here.


Gerald R. Schneider