Michael Kill, chief executive of the Night Time Industries Association Savenightlife CIC #LetUsDance, added: “We have had to fight for every bit of support and engagement throughout the pandemic. We have been continually excluded within every announcement. Our industry is recognised and valued across the world, yet undervalued by our own government. It’s time to push back and show the power of electronic music and the night time economy through its greatest asset, its people! Time to #Letusdance.”
Leading UK artist Eats Everything pointed out: “I’m absolutely not a Covid denier or anti mask/vaxer in any way shape or form, but what I am is a person who is a member of an industry that has been totally downtrodden time and time again. Stop ruining hearts, minds and livelihoods.”
Hannah Wants, British DJ and producer who is also performing on Sunday, is “proud that the dance music industry is coming together as one to ultimately fight for our industries future”.
Dancing is one of life’s great blessings, yet around 10,000 licensed venues in the UK have already closed permanently and over 400,000 live events staff have lost their jobs.
Save Our Scene encourages everyone to act responsibly, safely and pick up their litter on the march.