Are you ready to revive those party vibes you’ve been missing so much and also make a difference while you’re at it?
Using the hashtag #WeGotYourBack, Überhaus has partnered up with major clubs in Lebanon to support nightlife workers affected by the economic crisis and the COVID-19 pandemic in Lebanon.
Überhaus will launch a 3-day virtual festival with non-stop live streaming on Labor Day which it’s calling Electronic Labor Day.
More than 150 DJs from over 25 countries are hopping in and taking part in the virtual festival with non-stop live streams.
Party people will have the chance to move through five ‘rooms’ during the live-stream and get to find the one they like or enjoy them all in a row.
The entrance is free of charge, but people are urged to donate and make a difference by buying support tickets for as little as 5,000 LBP.
In return, the donor’s name will appear on the Uberhaus participant page and will show on the stream for a specific amount of time.
“Since September 2019, an estimated 25,000 people in Lebanon have lost their jobs in the hospitality sector alone. Without opening our doors, the livelihood of our staff remains under threat. We’ve come up with a plan to help. For this to work, we need you to take part,” says Überhaus.
The marathon event will begin on May 1st in collaboration with the Syndicate of Owners of Restaurants, Cafes, Nightclubs, and Pastries in Lebanon.
So get ready for a 3-day party from your living room and help out families in need this Labor Day.
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