Nine artists from Ireland come together for a one night only Artists Amplify Unicef event.
Nine incredible Irish artists are joining forces for a special fundraising event, Artists Amplify Unicef, to help war-affected children.
The event will take place on April 16 at The Workman’s Club in Dublin. The party includes Elaine Mai, 49th & Main, Daithi, Enola Gay, Nealo, Rebel Pheonix, Farah Elle, Fia Moon and Vale.
Presented by Amplify Agency, the one-night-only event aims to raise €10,000 in proceeds for UNICEF. The artists and the venue provide their services free of charge. Renowned illustrator Aaron Fahy – whose previous collaborations include Lil Nas X, IDK and Bree Runaway – designed the show’s poster and graphics, once again for free.
ARTISTS AMPLIFY UNICEF
April 16, 6 p.m., main hall
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Additionally, Dublin Shirt Co. has partnered with the agency to produce 100 limited edition t-shirts which will be sold with tickets and on the evening while supplies last. Tickets and printing have reduced their operating costs to ensure that the majority of revenue goes directly to Unicef.
Tickets will go on sale from this Friday (March 25) at 9am via Tickets.ie.
In the past month alone, the number of people fleeing Ukraine since Putin’s invasion has reached 10 million. More than 400 million children live in countries affected by violent conflict and are particularly vulnerable to abuse, exploitation and trafficking in emergencies.
In a press release, the agency said: “Sometimes it can be difficult knowing how to help raise the kind of money needed to make a difference can seem overwhelming. But every penny helps and when people come together, we can achieve great things, plus we have a creative community in Ireland who are willing and ready to donate their time and talent to raise much needed funds for UNICEF so they can help children affected by the war. “