Tonight, homegrown talent Eats Everything will be throwing a unique party in the name of charity in a far from conventional location. Hosted in Stokes Croft’s Elemental bakery and cafe, the larger than life house-turned-techno supremo will be raising money for two local charities.
If your taste buds weren’t already tingling, Eats will also be DJing alongside fellow Bristolian Lord Leopard, who first appeared alongside the reputable tech-house producer in March 2017 on one of Dirtybird’s biggest EPs of the year Clash Of the Tight-Uns. Their collaborative, super-intimate 100-capacity set will take place from 7-11pm.
Tonight’s proceeds will also be equally split between Crisis Centre (…) and LoveBristol
Tonight’s proceeds will also be equally split between Crisis Centre, a local charity dedicated to helping those with life disrupting problems such as homelessness and addiction, and Stokes Croft church-come-charity LoveBristol, who work across communities in Bristol to bring about positive change, build community and support regeneration through social enterprise projects and open community spaces.
With recent BBC documentary series Drugsland highlighting the severity of the problem here in Bristol, Eats, as a local lad himself, is extremely passionate about raising money for this issue as well as increasing awareness across the UK.
His chosen party venue is sits within one of the most creative and vibrant areas of the city that, unfortunately, also has one of the highest drug and crime rates.
His chosen party venue is sits within one of the most creative and vibrant areas of the city that, unfortunately, also has one of the highest drug and crime rates
The bread shop rave will be a dry bar event, in support of some members of the communities that the event aims to help, such as those in recovery.
Unfortunately tickets for the event have completely sold out, however, having recently been made an ambassador for global charity Last Night A DJ Saved My Life, hopefully Eats’ special pop up set will be the first of many opportunities for us beat-cravers to make a positive impact whilst enjoying the music we love.
Words by Georgie Partington