What So Not, Pnau, Nina Las Vegas & More To Play LA Benefit Concert For Australian Wildfires
Make It Rain will benefit the Australian Red Cross, Givit, and the NSW Wildlife Council.
The wildfires in the Australian bush are more than a disaster. It’s a horror unlike anything the country has seen, and the Aussie music community in Los Angeles is doing something about it.
Make It Rain will bring top tier DJ talent to the LA Academy stage to raise awareness and money for the Australian wildfires Wednesday, Jan. 29.
What So Not, Pnau, Nina Las Vegas, Hook N Sling, tyDi, VASSY, Stafford Brothers, Yolanda Be Cool, GG Magree, Feenixpawl, Cut Snake, and Brooke Evers will perform, alongside surprise guests, while all proceeds will benefit Red Cross Australia, Givit disaster relief, and the New South Wales Wildlife Council (NWC).
“The feeling of complete helplessness got too much for us here in L.A., and we knew we needed to channel our energy into something bigger than ourselves,” organizers said in a joint statement. “We’re stoked to see how the dance music community has been so supportive of this cause, and we look forward to seeing our friends and family at Academy on January 29.”
Tickets are on sale now. Those who aren’t able to join can tune in to a live broadcast via SiriusXM’s Diplo’s Revolution on Channel 52. Everyone is urged to donate to one or more of Make It Rain’s GoFundMe accounts, which benefit the Australian Red Cross, Givit, and the NSW Wildlife Council.
Check the full Make It Rain lineup below.