Ahadadream, Yung Singh, Jyoty, more to play 24-hour livestream of South-Asian DJs in support of Indian farmer protests

Ahadadream, Yung Singh, Jyoty, more to play 24-hour livestream of South-Asian DJs in support of Indian farmer protests

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A host of South-Asian DJs will play a 24-hour livestream in support of Indian farmer protests next weekend.

Amid the ongoing Indian farmers protest, where thousands are demonstrating over the country’s government’s new farm laws, a host of South-Asian talent from across the diaspora will come together to raise funds for Khalsa Aid, who provide humanitarian aid in disaster areas and civil conflict zones around the world.

The collaborative effort between Daytimers and No Nazar, dubbed Solidarity With Our Farmers, will take place next Saturday, 13th March, and feature the likes of More Time’s Ahadadream, fabric SNEAK resident Yung Singh and RINSE FM DJ, Jyoty. 

Streaming live via Twitch and the donation page, there will also be sets from Anu, Manara, Nabihah Iqbal, Raji Rags, alongside an anonymous DJ collective from India, with a host of special guests yet to be announced.

The livestream starts at 10AM GMT on the 13th March, and you can watch the stream and donate here.

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