EARTH NIGHT events hosts a 100 DJ back-to-back relay in conjunction with DJs For Climate Action.
Eli Soul Clap, one of the founders of EARTH NIGHT and early ambassador for DJs For Climate Action is one of the collective minds behind this event, which will be the largest global back-to-back (B2B) set on record.
Over 100 DJs playing live from more than 50 cities worldwide across 10 hours in celebration of the third annual EARTH NIGHT, to honour the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day.
A demonstration of global collaboration
Sunday April 26th 2020
15:00 – 01:00 GMT / 10:00 – 20:00 EDT
On April 26th 2020, DJs For Climate Action (DJs4CA) will broadcast the largest global back-to-back (B2B) set on record, with over 100 DJs playing live from more than 50 cities worldwide in celebration of the third annual EARTH NIGHT.
Originally planned as a weekend of parties in nightclubs around the world to honour the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day, DJs4CA will now host a day-long live broadcast DJ relay demonstrating the music community’s ongoing dedication to addressing the climate crisis during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In conjunction with Club House, Haute To Death, and other EARTH NIGHT-affiliated “teleparties” scheduled that week, the Sunday B2B will serve as DJs4CA’s main event.
EARTH NIGHT is a global initiative harnessing the energy of nightlife to generate climate action. Since its inception in 2018, EARTH NIGHT has engaged the participation of artists like Mija, Soul Clap, Jamie Jones, Little Boots, and A-Trak, and many others. Last year EARTH NIGHT organized 8 events worldwide attended by 3000 people, and curated an eclectic compilation featuring nearly 60 new tracks collectively raising $20,000 for beneficiaries working towards climate solutions.
With the coronavirus forcing a shift from clubs to living rooms, the goal this year is to focus more on fun, spectacle, and global engagement than on fundraising. The B2B livestream will highlight organizations doing important climate work and drive viewers to earthnight.org for opportunities to take further action. DJs4CA views this moment as an opportunity to reflect on the nature of the nightlife industry pre-coronavirus, and draw wisdom from a period without touring, festivals, and clubbing to envision new, more sustainable ways forward.
Jedda [The Big Green Party Machine] Parker Smith
Party Boy Lance
Lavender & The Good Times
Mille The Hit
Kiko De Gallo
Collen “Cosmo” Murphy
Juan Diego Illescas
Flowers On Both Ears
Klik & Frik
Michael The Lion
Vix Vapor Rub
Simbo / Pulo NDJ
Alon(e) /Psycho Tropiques
Yuko Kakizawa (Friendsome Records)
SolarSoundSystem / Radio 3S
The Untitled One
DJ Lex Nell
Deep Loni Frequency