- 03 Oct 19
Tickets for the Lost Lane gig are available now.
There's an exciting line-up of homegrown talent heading to Lost Lane in Dublin on October 26, for the SCOOP Foundation's 10th birthday - with all funds going to the foundation's Art Therapy Programme and newly developed IT Programmed at the Bajed Kandala camp in Iraq.
With doors opening at 8pm, the night will feature some of the DJs and electronic acts the SCOOP Foundation have worked with over the years, including DJ Kormac, Le Galaxie, Dave Nuremberg (Ambulance), Louis Scully, Lolz (The Gash Collective), and World Freestyle Scratch champion Djackulate.
The SCOOP Foundation was set up by Irish brothers Calvin and Andy Sweeney in 2009. Running a string of club nights and events, they started out the foundation raising money for school builds and free education for street children in Cambodia and India. They've since gone on to support grass root organisations working in Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Kenya and Ireland.
To celebrate their 10th birthday, there will be a limited edition vinyl compilation album launched on the night, featuring some of the top acts the SCOOP Foundation have worked with over the last decade, including Le Galaxie, Ships, Zaska, Contour and Barq. Some funds from the record will be used to purchase musical instruments for young people living in Direct Provision just outside Dublin.
The compilation album is €20, and will include free entry. Early bird tickets are €11, and are available here.