With the global COVID-19 lockdown impacting the lives and livelihoods of millions, those working in clubs, bars and nightlife-related creative industries are profoundly affected. The goal of the #SAVETHENIGHT initiative is to support both sides of the global nightlife community: professionals working in the aforementioned industries who need direct financial help to supplement their income and save their jobs, and everyone else who cannot flock to clubs and bars to hang out with their friends and revel in the nightlife.
“My experience with the Save The Night Campaign has been amazing. It’s not only encouraged me to adapt to a new way of performing from home but has also allowed me to connect with fans in a more intimate online setting,” – Gina Jeanz.
With a global fund of over 1 Million USD, the #SAVETHENIGHT initiative has now come to South Africa, supporting the local nightlife communities. You can now revel in the “nightlife” in the comfort of your home and in so doing support the creative industry by booking some of your favourite DJs, musicians, choreographers, mixologists, graffiti artists and more for “Meister Drop-Ins” or checking out exclusive content pieces from a myriad of creatives for FREE.
“Too many times, the art is the last thing on Brands minds but it feels really cool to be part of such an innovative campaign where the artist and the people who support that artist get to be the center-point,” – Muzi.
Participating creatives include the likes of Muzi (DJ and producer), Francois van Coke (musician), Gina Jeanz (DJ), Cassandra Eichhoff (mixologist), Bangy Rabothata (streetwear designer & visionary), Zoyi Lindiwe (choreographer), Chad Hanning aka Bushy Wopp (illustrator and grafitti artist), and Thabo Molaba (photographer) just to highlight a few.
#SAVETHENIGHT and book your FREE “Meister Drop-Ins”HERE