Bristol Refugee Fundraiser - Refugee solidarity
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Date(s) - Sat 6 February - Sun 7 February
8:00 pm - 2:00 am

Malcolm X Centre


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Following recent events in Calais, refugees have been herded over to Dunkirk where they are critically low on support and resources to provide for peoples basic human needs. This Fundraiser is raising money to send resources and volunteers over to Calais and Dunkirk.

Expect big sound, live acts, DJ’s, Food, Smoothies, and much much more!

☼☼ A showing of the documentary Film “Displaced”, which looks at conditions in Calais, accompanied by talks from refugees and workers will begin the event☼☼

☼☼ Troy Ellis and Friends☼☼
Troy, son of Reggae legend Alton Ellis with band playing massive reggae tunes

☼☼Evermoor Sound
A Bristol based Roots Reggae Dub crew. Specialising in their own original Heavyweight Dub productions as well as vinyl chops

☼☼ Gerard Lionpulse & Sasha Steppa
Of Bristol’s Lionpulse Sound System acclaim. Spinning the toughest in Roots Reggae & Dubwize on Wax for the masses.

☼☼ Wilfy Rootikal (Peng Sound)
A connoisseur of the finest Roots & Dub Vinyl. Rootikal selector out of Bristol’s Peng Sound Stable

☼☼ Ed Cox and Matty Kore ☼☼
Representing the life4land crew.

☼☼ Roots Inspiration Sound SystemStudio ☼☼
A Traditional Travelling Roots Reggae Sound System based in Bristol. Will be Providing their Sound System for the amplification of the acts on the night.

☼☼ Bristol Pedal Revolution ☼☼
A mechanical master will be pumping out pedal powered smoothies from the garden to raise funds and deliver ice cold beverages.

☼☼Carribean food☼☼
We’ll have some tasty BBQ for everyone to chow down on, so come hungry!

If you need more to do, say no more. Location revealed later.

Contact us at if you would like to voulenteer help or resources.

Any donations for the refugees who are looking for help already in Bristol please follow this link —>

Donations for the Refugees currently freezing in French camps —>

More artists and activities TBC.

Tickets £5