Secretsundaze launch Dance 2 Sustain initiative to tackle climate change
The party brands want to change things for the better
Secretsundaze, the London duo responsible for parties, a label and studio, have announced Dance 2 Sustain. Beginning this Spring, the initiative is aimed at furthering sustainability and reducing climate stress through various actions during their events.
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Some of the initiatives include banning single use plastics and red meat, utilizing trains and zero-emission cab companies, and adding a 'green tax' on tickets for their upcoming events.
Their hope is that these measures will be adopted by other groups and venues throughout the industry.
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The first efforts will take place at the The Cause in Tottenham on March 6 with High Hoops, OK Williams, Customs and Jessica amongst the announced artists.
May will see two events, the first at their regular Oval Space and Pickle Factory stomping ground and they've invited Optimo, Roman Flügel, Sassy J and DJ Python along for the ride on May 2.
On May 30, they will throw a daytime summer block party with Jeremy Underground, Mister Saturday Night, Special Request and more joining them.
For more information about the event series, head over to their Facebook page.